When Louie had the Jolly Roger , it was a great hangout. Cast of characters, local cuisine was always good, breakfast was sure to get you started. Bloody Mary and all. The end of an era😞
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Stopped in for a drink and stayed for Dinner, food was very good , service was especially good, friendly atmosphere, met an insurance who lives 5 miles from us here in the states
It is no longer called the Jolly Roger, it is now the Fish N' Lime. Right on the waters edge near the West End ferry terminal and HM Customs. A great bar to sit at and watch the day go by. Wonderful food in a...More
Jolly Roger has been closed for a few years, but the new place is just as good. They do not listen to Ch.16, so either call on regular phone or take a dinghy to make a reservation. Right on the water at Sopers Hole. Good...More
Now it's the Lime and something (I forget now) and it really just wasn't the same. The food was good and the service was good, but it was not The Jolly Roger.
We enjoyed our first night in Tortola meeting locals, drinking Rum Punches on the patio! Relaxed, fun environment to start your evening off..or end it!!
The Jolly Roger closed forever nearly a year ago. Another business is trying to open there with a different name, atmosphere, menu, etc...
The Jolly Roger has always been a fun place. As sailors, we sometimes clear customs in Soper's Hole, and the JR was always a great place to stop for lunch and beers. As of mid-February, it was still closed, but it appeared that there was...More
When arriving by ferry from St. Thomas the Jolly Roger is a great first stop for a cold beer and a delicious lunch. Come back at night for great food and a night of dancing. Many people come off sail boats for dinner and pull...More
The title says it all! The lobster pizza was our favorite meal of the whole trip and you have to try the signature cocktail, the Painkiller. We returned to Jolly Roger 3 times in one trip! It was great to sit outside by the water...More