Commanche Restaurant, St. Croix, 1984

Check out our review printed in CarribbeanEdge Magazine!

On the East End Road, at Teague Bay, overlooking the beach and Buck Island, you’ll find the renowned Duggan’s Reef. Proprietor Frank Duggan first arrived in St. Croix in January, 1975 after graduating from the University of Massachusetts, Amhurst. After a brief stint sailing the islands, he spent the next many years learning the restaurant business both in St. Croix and the New England area including working as a bartender at the Bull & Finch Pub in Boston, which later was made famous in the “Cheers” Television show. In May, 1983, Duggan’s Reef opened. The name came from the old John Wayne movie “Donovan’s Reef”. Now in its 18th season, it has become an East End institution. Over the years, many celebrities, sport figures, and political leaders have dined at Duggan’s Reef. Among them are actors Bill Murray, Michael J. Fox, Steven Seagal, former Connecticut Governor Lowell Wieker, and Senator Ted Kennedy. READ FULL REVIEW

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