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This place is a lot of fun. The food is good and the frozen cocktails are fantastic. The prices are average. The beach is clean and calm - like a giant swimming pool. The sand is powdery soft! Everyone is super friendly. By and large...More
We spent a beautiful afternoon @ White Bay. Of course, we had to go to Soggy Dollar. What a fun place so you cannot miss all the fun. The atmosphere alone is worth the visit. I had the conch fritters, and a painkiller. The conch...More
I took a boat tour to Jost yesterday via Cruz Bay Watersports. We had a good 2.5 hour stop at Soggy Dollar and I had a great time. I love a good chicken roti and learned that it was on their menu. After doing some...More
Fun bar and restaurant- great shop too for tee shirts gifts and great Christmas tree decorations in a velvet gift box. The cracked conch and conch fritters are great. Tip? Happy hour is from 5pm to 6pm and drinks are “cheaper” than normal (but not...More
Soggy Dollar Bar, and Jost Van Dyke Island, are a must see when travelling through the BVIs. They make a great painkiller. The beach and water was incredibly beautiful and everyone there were out for fun and a party.
We had to go based on nostalgic value alone. The beach that the SG is on is amazing. It’s set away in a cove of clear blue water.
The bar itself isn’t much more than a small shack. The food (conch fritters) were phenomenal.
Came in for Painkillers one afternoon, and Soggy Dollar is definitely back. It’s not the same “shady place for sunny people” because there are multiple cruise ferries/excursions that come through every 30 minutes or so. Definitely more mainstream than what it used to be. Still...More
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You may take an excursion there as it is a secluded island. Check with your cruise for an excursion there. It is around $130 p/p. You will most likely arrive in Tortola and the Soggy Bar is in Jost Van Dyke. You... More
You may take an excursion there as it is a secluded island. Check with your cruise for an excursion there. It is around $130 p/p. You will most likely arrive in Tortola and the Soggy Bar is in Jost Van Dyke. You may also take a ferry, but on a cruise port the time is limited, so you will be better off taking the excursion to avoid missing your cruise. Enjoy the BVI!