Located at Great Harbour, Customs (494-3430)
- Garbage Disposal
Police Department (495-9345) (white building)
- Ferries go to and from Soper’s Hole on Tortola’s West End. Another ferry connects St. Thomas via St. John.
Primary Dining Area
Main Street (Beach)
Personally attended by Foxy Callwood, Foxy’s beach bar is a spot you don’t want to miss. What began as a little bar the size of a lemonade stand intended to only be open for a day, evolved into a major cultural force.
Foxy’s, known for its great local food, spotlights Friday and Saturday barbecues serving rotis and flying fish sandwiches for lunch, and grilled fresh fish and lobster for dinner.
Foxy’s hosts tremendous annual events including Halloween parties and Halloween cat fights (catamaran race), and the Wooden Boat Regatta.
Foxy is the founder of the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society.
Souvenir shop – Purchase t-shirts, hats, island wear and Foxy’s tapes.
Corsair’s Beach Bar & Restaurant
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Corsair’s has taken over Club Paradise, the “shocking pink” landmark, but couldn’t resist holding on to the eye-catching wall murals.
Notorious for excellent food, Corsair’s recommends a few of their most popular dishes such as pizza, sushi, fresh fish tacos, fresh seared tuna with spicy mango sauce and fabulous conch fritters with goat cheese sauce.
Local family owned Restaurant, Bar & Grill highlights a barbecue Caribbean grill cuisine serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stop on by for a cold beer and dance the night away.
Picturesque Bar & Restaurant open for breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring lobster and fresh grilled fish such as swordfish, wahoo, and kingfish. Highlighted drink specials include Bushwhackers and Ali Baba’s own rum punch.
Monday night pig roasts are always a nice treat.
A & B Snack Bar
Enjoy ‘real local cuisine’ and local drinks in a relaxed atmosphere by the sea at A & B Snack Bar.
Open ‘till late.
Tel: 1 284 495 9352
Cell: 1 284 443 2325
Jost Van Dyke Scuba
The island’s only dive shop offers a variety of water activities. Popular adventures are scuba diving trips, secret location diving and eco-excursions around the island. Surf gear is available for purchase. For more information, call 284 495 0271.
A great spot to enjoy breakfast on a charming small porch. Christine’s Bakery features tasty cinnamon buns, coconut cake, egg sandwiches and fresh baked loaves of whole wheat, white and banana bread.
Located near Ice House.
Offering fresh fruits and vegetables, owner, Ivan Chinnery grows supurb mangoes, papayas, pineapples and bananas.
Located near Ice House.