By the Caribbean Journal staff
One of the Caribbean’s most legendary beach bars has reopened in the wake of last month’s hurricanes.
Foxy’s Tamarind Bar on Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke has officially reopened its doors.
“The storm blew away a lot of things but Jost is still here!” the bar posted on its Facebook page.
While Hurricane Irma hit the bar hard, Foxy’s team was able to put a new roof on its front beach bar, using locally salvaged materials.
Right now, the bar is open Monday through Saturday, serving mostly beer and burgers and a “limited” offering.
It’s not the full Foxy’s, but it’s a big start.
Here’s hoping there’s a great Old Year’s Night come the end of December.
“We will be waiting and sippin’ on some firewater rum,” the bar said.
Even better? The New Horizon ferry is operating to Jost Van Dyke.