shopping mall and several restaurants, including a gourmet
market. It's a five-minute walk from town.
MORNING GLORY COFFEE & TEA
No credit cards
This is St. Croix's premier coffee house. Freshly roasted cof-
fees, herbal teas, freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juices,
freshly baked muffins and yogurt are served here or avail-
able for take-out. Breakfast at 7 am-noon, lunch from noon-5
pm. It's too bad it doesn't stay open any later.
GOLDEN RAIL CAFÉ
Gallows Bay Marina
This open-air eatery draws yachtsmen and a marina crowd
but lots of landlubbers too. They serve all three meals here
(6 am-10 pm) and a fine Sunday brunch as well. Stop by for
the specials of local seafood, pasta, or chicken dishes, but
also good burgers and sandwiches. Heartier fare at dinner.
NO BONES CAFÉ
Lunch, dinner. Closed Sat-Sun
A local pub that many Crucians consider the island's best
steakhouse. Lunch finds hearty soups, deli sandwiches and
salads. The dinner menu features buffalo wings, fried oys-
ters and quesadillas as openers. They are followed by fabu-
lous steaks, seafood pasta and chicken dishes. Special
nights include prime rib on Wed, St. Louis-style ribs on
11 am-9 pm. Reserve for special nights.