Restaurants and Bars on Virgin Gorda
A note about restaurant prices: almost all ingredients for restaurant meals are imported from the US or Europe so expect to pay up to 50% more on Virgin Gorda for the same meal as you would in North America - also most restaurants include a 15% service charge automatically on your bill - if in doubt please inquire. During the months mid August to mid October a number of the restaurants will close for the season - phoning ahead is always recommended.
Anything Goes (Spanish Town) – Local West Indian Cuisine - Inexpensive to moderately priced
This local favorite West Indian restaurant is on the road that runs north from Yacht Harbour towards the airport and serves local-style curry dishes and seafood. Open for lunch and dinner.
Bath & Turtle - International, West Indian 284-495-5239 - Inexpensive to moderately priced
This pleasant patio restaurant (covered) and tavern style bar is located near the ferry terminal and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu features Caribbean dishes, seafood, pasta, pizza, and burgers. Ideal for a quick bite while in town. Each Wednesday night either a DJ or live band performs until 2:00 AM. An ideal place to grab a quick drink, sit awhile, meet some sailors, or watch a sporting event. Invariably you’ll see just about everyone on the island at one time or another.
Coco Maya - Spanish Town on the beach near The Rock Cafe roundabout - 284-495-6344 - Moderate to expensive
Coco Maya is Virgin Gorda’s newest restaurant and cocktail lounge fusing elegance with relaxation on a white sand beach.
Sip signature cocktails by the sea in our open air bar and enjoy an exotic blend of Asian and Latin cuisines with creative twists such as Hoisin sauce duck taquitos and our fire & ice ceviche plus hand-rolled sushi, great steaks, lobster and much more...
Family-friendly as well as offering intimate dining areas, CocoMaya is open 7 nights a week for happy hour & cocktails from 4 PM and dinner from 6 PM. Functions and events can be held in our boulder lounge while our private dining room can accommodate groups of 16. Special beach dinners can be arranged by request. http://www.cocomayarestaurant.com/http://www.cocomayarestaurant.com/
This homey restaurant located in the South Valley specializes in Creole dishes including Callaloo, local fish, and conch. Lunch and dinner are served daily.
Hog Heaven - 284-547-5964 - BBQ - Ribs, Chicken etc. - Best View of the North Sound - inexpensive to moderate
Great ribs, potato salad and the usual BBQ fare. Highly recommended for lunch as it has a setting overlooking the whole of the North Sound - the view is worth the meal. Take the road that goes up the mountain by turning left as you leave Adagio and follow the road - it's at the top of the mountain looking North.
Olde Yard Village/Inn Cafe (on the main road from the Ferry dock to Mahoe Bay) – Caribbean, International – 284-495-5350 - Moderate
Formerly the Dip and Sip and more recently the Barracuda Restaurant new management has found the perfect combination of casual and great food. Some of the best burgers and pasta combined with dining around a pool make this an especially good lunch time destination.
Poor Man’s Bar - The beach at the bottom of the trail to the Baths - Beer and Burgers - Inexpensive
Poor Mans Bar features cold beers and mixed drinks along with beach fare – hamburgers, hot dogs and sandwiches. There is a covered patio and several picnic tables – take in the view of the baths as you have a cold red stripe or Carib.
The Restaurant at Leverick Bay/Jumbie’s Bar (West side of North Sound) - Caribbean, Continental - 284-495-7421 - Expensive top side and moderate to expensive on the lower level
This revitalized restaurant serves elegant dishes on the second story main restaurant and sea-side quick dishes under the covered verandah. The resort has a pool available to all. The Jumbie’s bar is adjacent to the pool and provides a very casual beach bar atmosphere.
Sand Box (North Sound – Vixen Point Beach - Prickly Pear Island) – American, Caribbean - 284-495-9122 - Inexpensive.
This super casual beach bar on Prickly Pear Island features burgers and salads for lunch, and steak, fish, and chicken for dinner. Overnight moorings are available. A great beach bar and just made for the “cheeseburger in paradise” mood. Stop by if you’ve rented a boat for the day. http://www.savezoneinc.net/sandbox/
Top of the Baths (Located at the entrance to The Baths) – West Indian, International - 284-495-5497 - Moderate
Situated at the entrance to The Baths, this restaurant offers covered and uncovered outdoor dining, spectacular views, and a varied menu including fillet mignon and fresh lobster. Lunch features burgers, sandwiches, and many smaller appetizers. A recent addition is Sushi in the evenings. The restaurant also features a pool for dipping after a day at the baths – very casual and great food. http://www.thebathsbvi.com/
Wheelhouse (Spanish Town) - West Indian - 284-495-5230 - Inexpensive to moderate
Located at the Ocean View Hotel, this informal restaurant offers West Indian cuisine including fresh fish and chicken served curried or with local sauces. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Last updated July 31, 2018