Known for its great dining, Frenchtown has lots of diversity in its restaurants’ cuisines. Know as Frenchtown because of the French population that settled there during colonial times. These French people are primarily fishermen and you will see their fishing boats lined up on the waters edge as you enter the area. Sometimes it is difficult to find a parking place. You might have to circle around a few times to find someone pulling out. Don’t park in any spaces that are obviously not marked for a business where you are not going (signs will be posted) as they will tow or boot your card and charge you $100 to get it back!
Alexander’s Bella Blue
International, famous brunch
Sea La Vie
Serving deli food all day.
Hook, Line & Sinker
Creative American and Caribbean cuisine.
Dine in an atmosphere of Island Elegance and Romance on the Seaside Patio of an Historic Estate House. Innovative Global Cuisine….
Serving sandwiches, fish, burgers, tacos.
The Pie Hole
Traditional Neopolitan pies made in a brick oven.