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Watch | Digby Stridiron Talks About AMA, His New Restaurant In Cane Bay

Business / Culinary / News / Videos / Virgin Islands / February 19, 2019

Digby Stridiron is at it again. After opening Braata late last year, on Sunday, he officially opened AMA, his new restauarant in Cane Bay. The restaurant also hosted the 4th Annual James Beard Foundation Benefit Dinner, with funds raised going toward’s the foundation’s Impact arm for women’s leadership. Watch.

Feature Image: Digby Stridiron converses with Dept. of Tourism officials on Sunday evening. (Credit: Cruselda Roberts, VIC)

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Watch | Digby Stridiron Opens New Restaurant In Cane Bay; Hosts Benefit Dinner For James Beard Foundation

ST. CROIX -- Digby Stridiron, who not too long ago opened a restaurant called Braata in Frederiksted, on Sunday officially...

February 19, 2019