Upcoming Events

WOODEN BOAT REGATTA

May 24-26, 2014

 

HALLOWEEN CATFIGHT

October 25, 2014

 

THANKSGIVING FEAST

November 28, 2014

 

FOXY’S CHRISTMAS

December 24 & 25, 2013

 

OLD YEARS NIGHT

Dec. 30, 2013 – Jan. 1, 2014

 

Bar & Food

BAR OPEN   9:30 AM      ||      KITCHEN OPEN   11:30AM

No need to wait for one of our events to stop by…everyday’s a party!

Sly Fox and Dread Fox are the speciality drinks of the house made with Foxy’s own rum!
And don’t forget Foxy’s draft beers fresh from the Microbrewery!

Our kitchen prepares everything in a unique, Caribbean style. We serve a
la carte dinner Sunday through Thrusday.
So sit back and relax while Foxy sings and tells jokes in a Calypso style that thrills any crowd.


Live de life, drink de beer!

Click here for Foxy’s famous drink recipes!

DrinksPhoto
Foxy features four distinct brews that combine the finest grain, malt, and hops with our freshest Caribbean waters. We’ve built our own microbrewery, the only brewhouse in the Virgin Islands, to brew smooth, truly Caribbean draft beers always served at a frigid 36°.

Every Friday and Saturday we fire up the Grillzebo to prepare a BBQ known around the world. Our famous Caribbean BBQ boasts fresh salads, fruits, vegetables, BBQ Chicken, Ribs (like you’ve never had before), and Mahi-Mahi that melts in your mouth!

We can easily handle up to 300 people for a BBQ lunch or dinner. You and your guests can have covered seating, right by our main bar and beach bars while entertained by the best in local bands.
PeopleFood
If your party needs something more private, you can choose the Upper Crust Dining Room where we can serve over 150 guests.

For larger events, head down under with our Outback Outdoor Venue. We’ve had major acts like the Beach Boys, Third World, Shaggy, and Jah Cure, rocking out in the Outback. Boasting a 40-foot stage we can entertain 1,500 people.  You and your guests won’t forget a night at Foxy’s!
This paradise island has an endless supply of fun! What more could you ask for?

CONTACT US

For reservations
ANNIE

T. 284-495-9258
E. annie@foxysbar.com

For special events
BEVERLY MARTIN

T. 284-495-9258
E. Beverly@foxysbar.com

For large venues
DICK MARTIN

T. 201-786-0400
E. DickMartin@foxysbar.com

Welcome to Jost Van Dyke

Nothing disturbs the absolute peace of a night on Jost Van Dyke – except perhaps the lively parties at Foxy’s. Whether you’re resting at anchor under the stars, or staying at one of the handful of guest cottages, you’re always guaranteed a peaceful night.

 

Although Jost measures just four by three miles, the island is rich in history. It’s been home to Arawak Indians, Caribs, Dutch, Africans and English. William Thorton, architect of the US Capitol, was born here. And John Coakley Lettsome, founder of the London Medical Society, was born on nearby Little Jost.

You can get here by boat, water taxi, private charter or ferry service from West End, Tortola, St. John, or St. Thomas. Even if you come just for a day, you can take in many of Jost’s attractions. 

NAME   Named after an early Dutch resident, reputed to be a pirate
SIZE   Four miles by one mile
HIGHEST POINT   1,054 ft
BEACHES /ANCHORAGES   Great Harbour, Little Harbour, and White Bay
ACTIVITIES   Bar hopping, dining, fishing, hiking and snorkeling
SIGHTS   Bubbling Pool, Little Jost Van Dyke, and Sandy Cay
 

 

Pull your boat in at Great Harbour and come ashore to sample Foxy’s latest brew from his own microbrewery!

Fox Hole

Enter The Fox Hole On Line Store

Foxy’s Taboo

FOXY’S SATELLITE BAR LOCATED ON DIAMOND CAY

BAR & RESTAURANT OPEN BEFORE 11AM, 7 DAYS A WEEK

DINNER AND LUNCH SERVED

 

Featuring Mediterranean Fare with Flair

Soon to celebrate its tenth anniversary, Foxy’s Taboo has become a popular lunch spot for both power boats and sailors who come to enjoy an alternative menu and easy access to the bubbly pool.

Relax in the bubbly pool or make a stop at Foxy’s Taboo Taboo-tique

Contact Information

P1: 284-340-9258      |        P2: 284-544-9540        |           P3: 284-543-0479

E: merus@foxysbar.com

*Moorings Available

no images were found

Info

Whether you stay for a day or a week, you’ll find plenty to do. Trace the old trails that connect the island or explore the overgrown ruins of sugar mills. In the fall and winter, watch whales and dolphins from a hilltop or visit the bubbling pot at the East End, where the foaming sea forms a natural Jacuzzi. And you can stop by Foxy’s newest watering hole, Foxy’s Taboo, on Diamond Cay at East End.

Info

[spoiler title="Immigration"] The following measures are to be adhered to in respect of all non-British Virgin Islanders entering the Territory: Bona-fide visitors may be granted entry for up to one month at the ports of entry provided that they possess return (or ongoing) tickets, evidence of adequate means of support and pre-arranged accommodations during their stay.Visitors wishing to stay longer will need to apply for an extension from the Immigration Department in Road Town, Tortola or at the Government Administration Building in Virgin Gorda. valid passport is the principal requirement for entry into the B.V.I. Visitors from some countries may also require a visa for entry. If in doubt about the necessity of a visa, contact the nearest B.V.I. Tourist Board Office, the nearest British Embassy or contact the Chief Immigration Officer, Immigration Department, B.V.I. Government at: Tel: 284.494.3471

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Permits"]
  • WORK: These are issued to non-islanders only in cases where the position cannot be filled by British Virgin Islanders and training of local people to fill key positions is encouraged.
  • CRUISING: A cruising permit is required for all cruising in the B.V.I.
  • FISHING: The removal of any marine organism from B.V.I. waters is illegal for non-BVI Islanders without a recreational fishing permit. Contact the Ministry of Natural Resources; Labour 284.494.3701 ext.214
[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Currency"] The currency of the B.V.I. is the U.S. dollar. Major credit cards are accepted in many – but not all – establishments.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Taxes"] SALES TAX: There is no sales tax
DEPARTURE TAX: A departure tax is levied

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Customs Duties"] SALES TAX: There is no sales tax
DEPARTURE TAX: A departure tax is levied

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Driving"] Valid B.V.I. Driving Licenses are required by all those seeking to drive in the B.V.I.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Transportation"] Dolphin Shuttle dolphinshuttle.com
Phone 340.774.2628 Email Info@dolphinshuttle.co Inter Island Ferry – interislandboatservices.com Runs from Red Hook, Cruz Bay, and Jost Van Dyke (does not run on Wednesdays)Phone 340.776.6597 New Horizon Ferry West End, Tortola to JVD Phone 284.495.9278.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Medical"] An International Vaccination Certificate is not mandatory in the B.V.I. Peebles Hospital has surgical, x-ray and laboratory facilities; there is a plastic surgery clinic. A chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous meets regularly. Call 284.494.4549 or 494-3125.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Pets"] Pets are allowed entry into the Territory only after an import permit is issued by the Department of Agriculture. For regulations governing animal importation, contact (well in advance): Department of Agriculture, Paraquita Bay): Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Tel: (284) 495-2532 or Fax: (284) 495-1269

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Marriage License; Regulations"] For information regarding requirements on getting married in the Territory, contact: Registrar’s Office, Box 41R, Road Town, Tortola, B.V.I. or phone 284.494.3701, Ext 5001 or 494.3492.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Churches"] The Churches are: Methodist, Anglican (Episcopal), Roman Catholic, Seventh-day Adventist, Baptist, Church of God, Jehovah’s Witness, Pentecostal, Church of Christ and Baha’i. For further information, see Churches in the Yellow pages of the B.V.I. telephone Directory.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="Dress (to be taken with a grain of sand)"] In the BVI, we are more than just a beach community and beach attire worn elsewhere tends to offend residents. Therefore, please wear proper attire (no bare chests or midriffs) in residential and commercial areas. There are no nude beaches in the B.V.I.

[/spoiler] [spoiler title="A Word on Drugs"] The possession, sale, use or distribution of illegal drugs constitutes a criminal offence punishable by law and conviction on drug charges can lead to stiff fines and jail sentences.
[/spoiler]

Foxys Friends

Contact

Thank you! I have received your message.

name

email

message

Contact Info

thefoxbox@foxysbar.com

18.43° N and 64.71° W - Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, BVI