Shipwreck Landing, located in Coral Bay, St John Virgin Islands, offered the finest in dining, music and friendly service. We are sad to say Hurricanes Irma and Maria took that away. Our hearts go out to Pat and Dennis and all who worked there.
It’s on your way to Concordia and the beach, a great stop to soak in the view, the people and the atmosphere. So many will miss Pat and Dennis who are loved on St John as it was the locals choice for a enjoyable meal, great music and a favorite stop for happy hour.
You could stop on your way out to Salt Pond and on your way back for lunch or dinner.
Offered live music most weekends. Wednesday night was a favorite for locals when they got back in from their afternoon sailboat races. During season they brought in some of the best stateside live music and you never knew who would stop by to sit in with our own talented local musicians.
“One of those treasured finds on a rainy afternoon, great food friendly service and inexpensive drinks.” WL
“Friendly atmosphere and great food with a lovely cooling breeze. We shared stuffed crab, then followed with rib eye steak and curry not crusted chicken. The peanut butter pie was wonderful” CB
“Superb food & drinks, excellent rum bar. I was a server here and I enjoyed it. The people are great & it’s a very relaxing environment.” JG
Shipwreck Landing St John VI
Rt 107 Freeman Ground
Coral Bay, United States 00830
Great food, great drink, great view, and a cool breeze. Along with fun bartenders and waitresses.
As always a great lunch at Shipwreck Landing, yesterday. Chad had the Grouper Sandwich and I had the Coconut Shrimp. This was our third visit since we have been on St. John this time. It is the perfect place to relax, enjoy the view and nice breeze. Such a laid back place and service is always good, just what you expect from Coral Bay! CAP
“So very sorry to see it gone. I have so many wonderful memories. I even worked there years ago. Living above up in the hills I miss the music wafting through my house. I miss seeing all the folks who did work there but glad to them other places. I will miss Jim’s cooking and the love Pat and Dennis always sent my way when I walked into the restaurant. ” Mean Jean