If you're looking for a relaxed place to have a reasonably priced seafood dinner in an outdoor, waterfront setting, consider Fish Tails in St. Thomas. The seafood selections are impressive, the atmosphere is casual and low-key, and the service is good. The Caribbean grilled and stuffed lobster was great, and the setting (a covered deck adjacent to the marina at Red Hook) will put you in the carefree island spirit. Sometimes this restaurant features live entertainment as well. Parking is tight in Red Hook, so prepare to pay about $4 to park at the ferry terminal next door. It is well worth it though for such a stress-busting experience. Meal prices are reasonable, but like most restaurants, the bar drinks will inflate your bill. With a tantalizing selection of cocktails and frozen specialty drinks, that temptation can be hard to resist. if you are on vacation, you owe it to yourself to partake in an island concoction or two. Yes, there are better restaurants on island where you can have a fine dining experience; however, few establishments on the east end rival the fun and laid-back atmosphere of Fish Tails.