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Hedonism II

Hedonism II (Superclubs, Norman Manley Blvd., Negril) – yes – for a price (day or night pass for US$100/men, US$50/women), even non-guests can attend the wild & raunchy parties that typically take place here. That price includes all the food & drink you can consume, along with the entertainment. These days, Hedonism II has been […]

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Sand Restaurant & Bar

Sand Restaurant & Bar (Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club, Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – this is a popular hangout spot for tourists, especially those who’ve just spent the day at the beach nearby. The dance floor’s DJ plays a mix of Miami-style Latin and club music, as well as the island’s signature Reggae and Dancehall sounds. […]

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Sand Restaurant & Bar

Sand Restaurant & Bar (Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club, Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – this is a popular hangout spot for tourists, especially those who’ve just spent the day at the beach nearby. The dance floor’s DJ plays a mix of Miami-style Latin and club music, as well as the island’s signature Reggae and Dancehall sounds. […]

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Risky Business

Risky Business (Norman Manley Blvd., Negril) – this lively seaside bar is popular at all hours, with live Reggae music at night. The crowds here tend to be young (especially during the Spring Break period). Regulars recommend coming here on Tuesdays, Thursday & Saturdays. Friday is Karaoke night here. Even Mondays here are busy (wet […]

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Rick’s Café

Rick’s Café (West End Road, Negril) – this popular hangout spot is not simply a seaside location, but a cliffside one. This area is known as “West End Cliffs”, the café’s highest platform jump is 35 feet and ensures the thrill of a lifetime. This has become a favored hangout for not only regular vacationers, […]

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Pier One

Pier One (Howard Cooke Blvd., Montego Bay) – located alongside the Montego Bay Marine Park building, this popular nightspot has DJs playing a mix of Reggae, Dancehall and international club music, with crowds drawing in after midnight on Friday evenings. Live events are occasionally booked here as well. For those who get hungry, there’s also […]

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Pelican Bar

Pelican Bar (offshore, between Black River and Treasure Beach, southwest coast) – this is perhaps one of the most unusual bars in existence, given that it’s a rustic wooden bar built on a sand bank a quarter of a mile out to sea. With its offshore location, it’s popular both during the daytime (taking in […]

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Ocean’s 11

Ocean’s 11 (Fisherman’s Point Road, Ocho Rios) — this is an outdoor bar catering to a mostly local crowd. The bar is near the cruise ship pier, overlooking the waterfront. Ocean’s 11 also has its own small private beach area. The bar, which has an unpretentious laid-back feel, gets busy on Karaoke night (on Tuesday […]

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Margaritaville

Margaritaville (Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay) – located in the heart of Montego Bay’s tourism district, this is a popular two-level seaside bar that’s buzzing with activity both during the day and at night. There’s even an elaborate water slide that takes patrons from the bar’s upper deck into the water. Taxis and shuttle buses bring […]