Trip advisor.....this place has been closed over a year and is now Zozo's. Just an fyi. Ok this says I need at least 100 characters so just filling space......
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Our best meal while on St. John was at the Sugar Mill Restaurant located at the Caneel Bay Resort. We arrived at about 6:30 in order to take advantage of the magnificent sunset. We were granted a table on the outer rung of this open...More
You will not find a better place to relax and dine on the island of St. John, unless it's Caneel Bay's other restaurant. Caneel Bay has a beautiful location and immaculate facility along with plenty of parking which you don't find easily on St. John....More
My husband and I celebrated our 25th anniversary at Caneel Bay at the end of July. We ate at the Sugar Mill twice, and both times were a trip highlight. I am a vegatarian, and when I asked if there were any options other than...More
This restaurant came highly recommended to us and considering it was at Caneel Bay, we were eager to give it a try. Unfortunately for us, the experience failed to meet the expectations. The location and scenery was fantastic. However, from our first interaction with our...More
This restaurant is now called Sugar Mill. The location is quite unique - in the old sugar mill on the Caneel Bay resort. It offered open air dining, with lovely views of the ocean and sunset over St. Thomas. The food was a solid, good,...More
On a visit to St. John, my husband and I dined at the Sugar Mill at CB. The atmosphere was great and the food was delicious. The price was to be expected. We were not overwhelming impressed with the service, however. The waitress had no...More
We had heard good things about this restaurant and were not disappointed in any way. The food, service, atmosphere were all perfect. We had four different meals, scallops, lobster, steak and chicken and each were delicious. Definitely worth a trip!
To start with the obvious, Equator should be terrific -- it's one of the two higher end restaurants at Caneel Bay, which is the highest rated resort in the USVI. And it is. On to the mystifying. Why the few/mediocre reviews? Best guess -- Caneel...More
My Wife and I recently went to St. John for a relaxing long weekend trip. We stayed at the Westin (which I personally liked better than Caneel Bay) however we decided to visit the restaurant at Caneel Bay due to recommendations from others. The restaurant...More