(BROOKLYN, New York): They’ve long been in the pantheon of floating bars in the Caribbean: the standalone seagoing bars that take the beach bar to an entirely different level. And now there’s another one.
The island of St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, will soon be home to a new floating bar with a twist: it’s the Caribbean’s first floating taco bar. It’s called Lime Out, and this solar-powered floating bar is opening soon on the waters of St John.
The green focus will extend to the food, with all recyclable cups and biodegradable food containers. No straws will be available either. The menu will be tacos and drinks, with specialty tacos like curry chicken and fresh tuna to short rib and even vegan tacos— and they’ll even be offering delivery to nearby boats.
The cocktail list will feature drinks like the Coco Colada and the Harbor Cooler, all named after St John’s youngest generation. Lime Out will also have a swim-up bar. Lime Out, which is set to officially debut in the next few weeks, instantly becomes a major new destination bar and another strong step in St. John’s and the US Virgin Islands’ tourism recovery.