Had a Boulder Burger and listened to their jazz they had playing. Then the piano guy started playing. He was really good too.
My husband and I went to the Rock Cafe based on a brochure I had seen showing what appeared to be a cool "cave" like restaurant. When we arrived at the restaurant it looked nothing like the brochure. It was raining that night so perhaps there was outdoor seating that looked like the brochure - I don't know. I ordered... More
We loved Rock Cafe! The outdoor cafe was beautiful and so unique! The treehouse was very cool!! Great menu, service, and the food was excellent! The piano bar was a lot of fun and made for a great place to unwind with a tropical drink.
It was relaxing to sit among the boulders and waterfalls enjoying a glass of wine and an outstanding meal. The lobster pasta was full of huge pieces of sweet lobster meat. My husband is originally from Brooklyn, NY (home of the greatest pizza) and he said the pizza crust at Rock Cafe was the best he's had outside of the... More
Best food we had in a non resort on our trip - waitstaff very good - owner(Dwight) very sociable - accommodated our family with professionalism - nice setting outside but we dined in - would come again
We came to BVI as part of a wedding party. Although the setting of this restaurant is beautiful , and the servers pleasant enough, the entrees were nothing extraordinary. Drinks were overpriced. Expected better quality of food and more creative preparation for the incredibly hefty prices we paid.
Went by last night to get some Pizza. I was told it would be ready in 15 minutes, I arrived 25 minutes later only to be told it would be 2 more minutes. I ordered a Frozen drink and settled in to wait. It was a further 25 minutes till my pizza was ready and the frozen drink I got... More
Pianoist good but this was a disappointing experience from a food experience. Pasta oily, hugely expensive, waitress didn't bring the drinks. Felt like I was sitting in the backyard of the kitchen. A lack of fish options the day we were there.
Open air dining with the flooring shaped around the large boulders. A little pricey. We could have done with splitting a pizza, but took home leftovers. We had two pizzas and a calzone and two beers a piece (three of us), the bill was $120 (service included).
I stopped here randomly one night just to check out the piano player and grab a drink. The guy was WAY better than I imagined. After quickly making friends with the bartender he came out from behind the bar to tell me a "secret." He said to take my friends outback and up a staircase on the left. We marched... More
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