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WTJX’s 14th Annual ‘A Taste Of Two Islands’ Set For Jan. 17

Culinary / Entertainment / News / Virgin Islands / January 10, 2019

ST. THOMAS — WTJX is once again ready to wow the taste buds of Virgin Islanders at its 14th annual “A Taste of two Islands”. The event, set for January 17 at the MCM Center located at the Antilles School campus, is subtitled “Savor the Flavor of the Season”.

According to a release the public broadcasting company issued, A Taste of two Islands has grown over the years to become one of the largest culinary events of the St. Thomas/St. John Islands. Attendees, including locals and visitors alike, will indulge in savory tapas sized delights from top chefs and restaurants, tantalizing wines from vineyards across the globe distributed by local companies, along with music and dancing by one of the territory’s best musical entertainers, Cool Sessions.

This year’s Taste will have participation from over 25 restaurants and businesses that will showcase new menu items from all kinds of delicious food and desserts, according to the release. There will be a cash bar at the event as well.

Tickets to attend the event are $60 before and $65 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Re-Use Emporium, Chelsea Drug in Red Hook, Urban Threadz, West Bay Supermarket, Fortress Storage, or on-line at or call 340-642-1313.

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