If you want to get a taste of local food make sure to visit Donkey Diner located in the heart of Coral Bay. This Caribbean styled diner is a favorite for all locals and many tourists. Donkey Diner serves breakfast all day and features an extensive pizza menu for their lunch and dinner menu. Dine al fresco with their outdoor picnic tables or eat inside with their bright colors and funky tables.
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Zozo’s Ristorante is located on the waterfront of the east side of the island of St. Thomas. This restaurant is famous for its traditional Italian cuisine and picturesque Caribbean view. Dine al fresco at “Jax Lounge” their upstairs bar, or watch the beautiful sun set while eating in their dining room on the lower balcony.
Baked in the Sun
Baked in the Sun is a local family owned bakery located on the third floor of the Marketplace. Baked in the Sun serves all of its items with a “baked fresh daily” promise. Using the freshest ingredients, all of their bakery items are baked from scratch with the love and attention they deserve.
Petroglyphs are rock engravings of images that are created by removing part of a rock surface by pecking, carving, and abrading a rock until the desired image is created. The Petroglyphs Trail lies within the Reef Bay trail, a trail about five miles outside of Cruz Bay located on Route 10. This trail is in an area known as the “Petroglyph Falls” due to the small waterfalls and streams that surround these historic carvings. These historic petroglyph engravings date back to the early Arawak Indians. The Petroglyphs Trail is covered by shade from the native plants and trees, and allows for a scenic tour of St. Johns picturesque landscape and historical carvings.
Reef Bay Trail
The Reef Bay Trail is a National Park trail that is roughly three miles in length. You can find this trail about five miles outside of Cruz Bay, on Route Ten. Begin your walk of Reef Bay Trail at an elevation of 900 feet, walking through the dense tropical forest of St. John, and slowly travel down to the dazzling Caribbean ocean.