Where To Eat
Tutuila island has a wide variety of places to eat--from familiar fast food to local-style fine dining. There are also grocery stores and small convenience stores.
There are no restaurants and only a few small stores on the outer islands.
For more information on dining options, visit the American Samoa Visitors Bureau website.
Did You Know?
The national park allows subsistence fishing and farming to Samoans (the parklands are theirs. The park land is leased from the villages). This lavish example of a village celebratory feast came from local reef waters.