The coffee isn't bad. They do not have WiFi and do not even allow laptops. Somewhat rude service but that's the norm in St Thomas.
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There is nothing really special about this place...they sell coffee and pastries and it's on the waterfront...nothing romantic, historic, nor quaint. Coffee was good. However, I wished they were a little more friendly behind the counter...they didn't particularly seem happy to be there serving customers!
At the bottom of the "99" steps and a short walk through the morass of jewelry shops to the harbor, R&J's is a small luncheonette with maybe 6 small tables, a beverage cooler, and a walk-up counter. This is self-service and mostly occupied by cruise...More
I love this place! The service is amazing and they get to know you. I love getting there dumb bread. I have also tried the blueberry crumb cake and donuts which were also awesome. If you want good a good breakfast in the Virgin Islands,...More
We took the ferry over to St. Thomas for the day (from St. John) and he really wanted an espresso. This place was right across from the ferry so we decided to stop and were not disappointed. The prices were reasonable. He enjoyed his Americano...More
this was actually the meeting place for the water taxi that takes you back to the cruise ship docks. We tried a frozen mocha chino drink. It was refreshing on a hot day. It was a nice break before crossing the street to get the...More
If I lived here, I would be a regular. The guy behind the counter wasn't super friendly, but we could deal with that since the chai latte and mocha were great!
When we were there in the middle of the day, it was closed. Maybe it's a seasonal thing that is only open in the Summer, but that hardly makes sense. There were tourists all around, but the doors were closed. The only reason I am...More