One of the things Liz and I love about our travels is the opportunity to visit new places and try new things. Although the phrase “new things” can encompass a lot, quite often it means gastronomical culinary delights. Recently we were in St Thomas, USVI, and after a morning of sightseeing and an hour or so walking from one local business to another, we decided to find look for a local watering hole/eatery. Turning down Hibiscus Alley and heading toward the waterfront we discovered Greengo’s Caribbean Cantina. We “discovered” Greengo’s just like Columbus “discovered” the New World, there were already people there! But that’s another story.
This is a very quaint restaurant with indoor seating and small outside seating as well. The establishment was clean and the help was superb. The atmosphere and decor were very rustic and authentic. Food was delicious and the drinks were tasty. Prices were reasonable. Painted on the walls were some designs that I found interesting. Of course I had my camera with me and you can see these paintings below.
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