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Foxy's Christmas Eve Dinner

12-24-2017
Foxy's Tamarind Bar
Great Harbour
British Virgin Islands
(284) 495-9258
thefoxbox@foxysbar.com

Chestnuts don’t roast on an open fire on Jost Van Dyke, but Christmas cheer abounds at Foxy’s. The decorated Christmas Coconut Palm tree can be traced back to Foxy’s ancestors who, during their winter festival, decorated the palm trees along the beach with rows of candles for visitors to see the way to the wonderful celebrations at Great Harbour. Now we use LED’s. To celebrate this most wonderful time of the year, we prepare a Christmas Eve Dinner and a traditional Christmas Day Menu to please everyone. As is our customs, there’ll be entertainment, music, dancing and Holiday songs, both traditional and Caribbean. There’s no snow, just sand between your toes as you gaze up at the North Star and look for Santa speeding on his way to all of us good boys and girls on Jost Van Dyke. Santa, using his iPolarCell, just texted Foxy to let him know that he’ll be coming a little earlier than expected. He mentioned that he was going to drop off the Band for the Christmas Eve Dinner. You won’t want to miss him. When all through the islands, not a sound is heard, because everyone is at Foxy’s. There will be plenty of creatures stirring all through the Island, so hang the stocking later! What a great way to observe the night before Christmas and enjoy Christmas Day.

Chestnuts don’t roast on an open fire on Jost Van Dyke, but Christmas cheer abounds at Foxy’s. The decorated Christmas Coconut Palm tree can be traced back to Foxy’s ancestors who, during their winter festival, decorated the palm trees along the beach with rows of candles for visitors to see the way to the wonderful celebrations at Great Harbour. Now we use LED’s. To celebrate this most wonderful time of the year, we prepare a Christmas Eve Dinner and a traditional Christmas Day Menu to please everyone. As is our customs, there’ll be entertainment, music, dancing and Holiday songs, both traditional and Caribbean. There’s no snow, just sand between your toes as you gaze up at the North Star and look for Santa speeding on his way to all of us good boys and girls on Jost Van Dyke. Santa, using his iPolarCell, just texted Foxy to let him know that he’ll be coming a little earlier than expected. He mentioned that he was going to drop off the Band for the Christmas Eve Dinner. You won’t want to miss him. When all through the islands, not a sound is heard, because everyone is at Foxy’s. There will be plenty of creatures stirring all through the Island, so hang the stocking later! What a great way to observe the night before Christmas and enjoy Christmas Day.

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