Horizons (The Ritz-Carlton Rosehall, 1 Ritz-Carlton Drive, Rose Hall, Montego Bay) – located within one of Montego Bay’s upscale hotels, this restaurant offers Mediterranean-style dishes, with a choice of indoor or outdoor seating.
Evita’s (Eden Bowers Road, Ocho Rios) – located just up the hill, opposite the Taj Mahal Shopping Center (a 10 minute walk from the cruise ship piers), Evita’s is a restaurant known for its fusion “Jamaican-Italian” dishes, such as Lasagna Rastafari, Jerk Spaghetti, and One Love Penne (penne tossed in Alfredo sauce, steamed calaloo and […]
Cosmos Seafood Restaurant (Norman Manley Blvd., Negril) — located on Negril’s world famous Seven Mile Beach, Cosmos Seafood Restaurant & Bar is a long-time favorite. Authentic Jamaican food combined with a rustic and pleasant atmosphere, it is a long-standing beach favorite for anyone passing through Negril. Cosmo’s specializes in fresh locally caught fish dishes such […]
Pickapeppa Company Ltd./Factory Tour (Shooters Hill, near Mandeville) – this area of Jamaica is responsible for producing one of Jamaica’s better-known and admired products: Pickapeppa Sauce. Viewed as a Jamaican version of New Orlean’s Tabasco sauce, this product is used by cooks to spice up various foods – from eggs to meats, other sauces, etc. […]
Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club (Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – Fundado en 1906, Doctor’s Cave Beach Club está ubicado entre el Parque Marino y el Hip Strip. El agua translúcida es conocida por su contenido mineral y nuestra mundialmente famosa playa de arena blanca es limpia y acogedora. Más que una gran playa, el patio de […]
Carlos’ Café (22 Belmont Road, New Kingston) – this is bar in the uptown part of Kingston, frequented by well-heeled locals, along with some tourists passing by. Thursday is Karaoke night, and Friday is Latin night. It draws a professional after-work crown on Friday evenings.
Almond Tree Restaurant (Hibiscus Lodge Hotel, 83-85 Main Street, Ocho Rios) – located within this seaside resort, this is a charming upscale two-tiered patio restaurant with its eponymous almond tree growing through its roof. Seafood and other items are served here, including some with local influences, such as jerk lamb.
Boston Jerk Centre (Boston Beach, Route A4, east of Port Antonio) – the main attraction to this open-air restaurant is its popular jerk pits. Healthy portions of jerk chicken, pork, goat and fish are served here – a great introduction to BBQ Jamaican cuisine for first-time visitors. Side dishes typically include rice and peas.