St. Thomas after wedding plans?
Posted 24 May 2008 - 01:19 AM
Posted 24 May 2008 - 03:01 PM
If you're interested I can send you some links to some of the boats I know first hand.
Also, you could hire a driver to take you out to the little touristed west end and north sides of the island.
Indigo is a beautiful restaurant about mid island with spectacular views.
Although lots of cruiseship passengers do it, parasailing might be a good way to commemorate your big day.
Posted 26 May 2008 - 10:39 AM
If you are getting married at Magen's Bay, Indigo is a very nice choice! Old Stone Farmhouse is no longer open for lunch...only dinner.
Herve's in town is a popular wedding lunch choice as well as Tavern on the Waterfront, both in town.
Congratulations to you!
Might have more suggestions, once we know where your ceramony is!
ps- Your wedding planner should be able to make these suggestions and plans for you!
Posted 26 May 2008 - 07:54 PM
Posted 26 May 2008 - 09:11 PM
Sherri's suggestions above for restaurants on St. Thomas are great. I would add East End places as well, such as Agave Terrace (not sure if they offer lunch) or Blue Moon Cafe or, for a treat, go hang out at the Ritz.
It's hard to recommend places the tourists don't visit because, well, so many good places cater to tourists. Most tourists don't go to the movies....you could see what's playing that day....LOL.
I hope you've got a few ideas. Aah, Lindqvist. I sure would be eager to see some pictures after the wedding.
Posted 26 May 2008 - 10:23 PM
I've thought about the boat charter -- that's probably on the top of my list, though I was hoping to save some money... Parasailing would be fun, we should totally do it in our suit and dress! haha.
Anyway, thanks for the great ideas! Keep em coming
Posted 28 May 2008 - 07:07 AM
ashleycharree, I LOVE your idea of parasailing with the wedding atire on! How cool would that be for pictures! You only wear the dress once, so how unique that would be!!!!! I am seeing much more creative pictures being done and I am enjoying this! Sapphire is the location for parasailing, but unfortunely, no good places to eat there. Maybe go to Blue Moon Cafe' and then onto Sapphire for parasailing! How COOL!!!!!! Wish I could see that!
Posted 20 June 2008 - 09:52 AM
Posted 20 June 2008 - 10:55 PM
Where are you having your wedding ceremony? Your island tour sounds like a great idea, and the price seems very reasonable.
How many guests will be with you? Do you have a preference for the luncheon? Waterfront? Cuisine? I can't really imagine you will be able to find too much for $15 per person if you include drinks and tip.
My first thought is Iggie's www.iggiesbeachbar.com a beach restaurant that is very casual, not too expensive and easy. Another suggestion, if there aren't too many in your party, is Wikked, in Yacht Haven Grande, right next to the cruise ship dock and overlooking a marina with mega-yachts in the harbor. Other good lunch spots, if you would like local cuisine, are in downtown Charlotte Amalie. These are Cuzzin's or Gladys's Cafe. Both are enclosed restaurants, not beachfront, but both have great lunches. For a little more upscale, also beachfront, you might try Blue Moon Cafe Blue Moon Cafe - St. Thomas US Virgin Islands at the Secret Harbour Resort.
You mention you want a quick lunch. Well the word "quick" doesn't usually fall in the same sentence as a discussion of restaurant service on St. Thomas. But all mentioned are among the better ones for service
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