Carving up the Sam & Jack’s. (Our review after the calorie coma wears off.) We hope you had a great holiday too.
2010 saw old restaurants go and new restaurants come. Same for people. There was money raised and weather battled. Here is a 2010 Year in Review, at least the way On-StJohn.com remembers it! -Billboards began filling in the new Coral Bay Triangle sign. -St. John Sailing Center opened next to the Banana Deck. -The formerly […]
A very brave Paul Gallo from Baltimore braved the blizzard for this pose. Paul says he and his family will
St. John’s Lem Callwood is one of the island’s busiest steel drum musicians. He’s a regular at Caneel and the Westin, he does private bookings, and you can catch him at the Banana Deck on Thursday nights. What does a bowling ball have to do with a steel drum? Learn a little about steel drums, […]
Here’s another Jost van Dyke favorite. At Sidney’s Peace & Love, on Little Harbour (it’s British), the lobster was alive just before he became your lunch and your drinks are as strong as you want to make them. Take a visit, and meet Sidney himself, below! Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. […]
Mongoose Junction has decided to advertise with us, but before we introduce you to the stores and restaurants there, we thought it would be appropriate to introduce you to Glen Speer, the architect who designed and built Mongoose Junction in 1978 and, ten years later, Mongoose II. Glen moved to St. John in 1968, and […]
Before there were mansions, Peter Bay was home to The Kite, a popular bar run by Victor Hall. The Kite burnt down years ago, but the guy who ran the place is still around and well. Meet Victor Hall, businessman, musician, raconteur, and the guy known as the Bush Tea Man. These days you can […]