A laid-back restaurant with the vibe of a relaxing lounge, Scaramouche’s two levels of dining overlook the Soper’s Hole harbor on the west end of tiny Tortola. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, but be sure to stay late for the lounge and drinks.
Soper’s Hole, West End, Tortola +12844953443
Tucked away into the jungle along beautiful Apple Bay is The Sugar Mill. The verdant scenery overlooking the azure sea is a perfect background for couples and honeymooners. The restaurant is actually in a restored sugar mill, and the shade from the trees falling on the old building give this place its romantic magic.
Apple Bay, Tortola +12844954355
Brandywine Estate offers one of the more elegant dining experiences in the Caribbean. Patrons enjoy exquisite Mediterranean food in the historic Brandywine Estate as they look out over the breezy Sir Francis Drake Channel. Watch yachts sail by as you sip fine wine over a savory lobster. Brandywine specializes in food from the sea and is committed to maintaining a regular patronage.
Blackburn Highway, Tortola +12844952301
The Dove, with the most extensive in the British Virgin Islands, prides itself on its vinological expertise. With an extensive wine selection. Located in an historic house in the center of Road Town, this restaurant and wine bar possesses and old-world charm reminiscent of the days when pirates and sugar merchants sailed between these islands.
67 Main Street, Road Town, Tortola +12844940313
Located in the west end of Tortola, The Clubhouse at Frenchman’s Reef, tucked away on the beach of picturesque lagoon, somehow manages to enhance the experience of paradise already present in the British Virgin Islands. Listen to the waves lazily rolling in as you gaze on a menu diverse enough for anyone to find something to suit their palate.
Frenchmans Hotel | Easternmost Tip, Frenchmans Cay,VG100, Tortola +12844954862
The Cabernet is a lovely bar and grill restaurant situated in a rustic building with a charming courtyard in the heart of historic Road Town. The chef takes great care in food preparation and dishes out a wide variety of carnivorous meals. The Cabernet offers a reasonably priced menu compared to the other rather expensive dining options to be found on Tortola.
218 Waterfront Drive, Road Town, Tortola +12844948660
Located within the Old Custom House in Road Town, Island Roots is a casual restaurant tapping into the laid-back, island-time vibe of the Virgin Islands. In addition to being a great place to stop for lunch, Island Roots has a staff of skilled baristas so you can get your caffeine fix as well.
Main Street, Old Custom House, Road Town, Tortola +12844943751
Origin is original because it’s the only restaurant on the island that serves its fish raw. The specialty here is sushi. Origin pulls out all the stops, and the menu isn’t limited to pescetarians; Origin has a wide variety of vegetarian options as well. If you’re thinking about saying sayonara to Western seafood for a night, roll in to this unexpected oasis.
Waterfront Drive, Opposite the Ferry Dock, Road Town, Tortola +12844948295
Capriccio di Mare is conveniently located in central Road Town, it serves your favorite Bolognese, frutti di mare, risotto and linguine. If you’re craving the light or heavy of the Mediterranean’s most recognizable peninsula, be sure to book a table at Capriccio di Mare.
196 Waterfront Drive, Road Town, Tortola +12844945369
Captain Mulligan’s is where Blackbeard came to putt. A fun and friendly restaurant and sports bar, the place even has a mini golf course for the kids. Despite its child-friendly atmosphere, Captain Mulligan’s welcomes pirates of all ages a well. If mini-golf isn’t your thing, then perhaps a tall glass of rum is. Be careful though; if you stay at the bar here too long you may end up walking like a peg-legged buccaneer.
Sir Francis Drake Highway, Tortola +12844940602