Restaurants & Bars
Lovely, intimate resort open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with dining by candlelight. Featured dishes are Monday Johnny cakes, conch fritters, chicken roti, jerk chicken, or flying fish sandwiches. Nightly dinner specials have been “wowing” guests with great dishes like crab cakes and duck. Dinner is not served on Fridays. Reservations must be made by 4 pm.
Soggy Dollar Bar
Located at the Sandcastle, Soggy Dollar Bar got its name from the soggy condition of the dollar bills from sailors who swam ashore.
The infamous native drink “Painkiller” is a frozen delight made strong with dark rum, 4 parts pineapple juice, 1 part orange juice and 1 part Coco Lopez (sweetened cream of coconut) sprinkled on top with fresh ground nutmeg.
It is illegal in the BVI not to try its most famous drink!
One Love Bar and Grill
Up the beach past the Sandcastle, One Love Bar and Grill is a great spot for hanging out! Don’t miss the Shark and Johnny Cakes (made to order) for lunch. Other favorites are Lobster Quesadillas and BBQ ribs with cinnamon and brown sugar corn on the cob.
Gertrude’s Beach Bar
Beach Bar dining offering excellent wings, sodas, beer and mixed drinks.
Additionally, Gertrude’s is a great place to get your hair braided on the island
Bungalows available for rent.
Jewel’s Snack Shack
Jewel’s Snack Shack highlights excellent burgers, hot dogs, rum punch and other drinks.
Stress Free Bar
Located at White Bay Campground, Stress Free Bar has an honor payment system.
Be sure to check out all of the pictures left on the walls as testimonials by patrons who’ve experienced great times there.
Other Attractions & Places
Sea and Land Adventure Sports
Water and land equipment rentals including jet boats, water skis, sunfish, sea kayaks, paddle boats, snorkeling gear, water bikes, banana sleds, ATVs and mountain bikes.
Located past the Sandcastle
White Bay is a fabulous place for snorkeling with abundant marine life typically seen at the Twin Towers. Observe moving shoals of fish fry pursued by flocks of pelicans above with a school of tarpon below.