Join the locals for a reliably tasty St. Thomas breakfast and lunch at this second-floor harborside spot in the ferryboat terminal in Charlotte Amalie. Located on the harbor since 1970, it serves some of the island’s most flavorful West Indian cooking, with a menu of callaloo greens, conch fritters (a house specialty), and daily specials like fried potfish or conch sauteed in butter sauce. Sides include pigeon peas and rice, fungi with vegetables, and fried plantains. It’s a convenient spot for a bite if you’re waiting for a ferry. Snag a seat on the seaside deck and watch ships cruise into the harbor.