Island House at Chenay Bay Resort, East End Road, has
theme dinners several nights a week. The West Indian buf-
fet and show is held on Sat.
Harbormaster Beach Club & Restaurant , at Hotel On
the Cay, has a beach barbecue and a West Indian show with
fire eaters, broken bottle dancing and mocko jumbi. Tues
nights at 7 pm.
(340) 773-2035, ext 450.
Carambola Beach Resort , North Shore Road, offers its
popular Pirates Night buffet and Caribbean show every Fri
night. The show starts about 8:30 pm.
Divi Carina Bay Casino
Real excitement greeted the official opening of the Divi Ca-
rina Bay Resort and its casino. The hotels along beautiful
Grapetree Bay were destroyed by Hurricane Hugo and
never rebuilt. For years, rumors flew that a new hotel and
the Virgin Islands' first casino would open here. While it
took longer than most expected, the reality seems worth the
wait. The modern bi-level casino is across Route 80 from the
hotel. The gaming tables, on the second level, include black-
jack, craps, stud poker, roulette wheels and scores of slot ma-
chines. The Mongoose Lounge, also on the gaming floor, has
a bar, some food and live entertainment. You do not need a
passport, but you will need some form of ID on your first
visit when you receive an entry cart good for your entire stay.
There is plenty of parking. Open Mon-Fri, noon-4 am. Sat,
Sun and holidays, noon-6 am.
There is Casino shuttle bus ser-
vice to and from Christiansted,
Frederiksted and hotels on all
parts of the island. Schedules are
not regular, so check with your