A busy, high tech café with dozens of big screens for sports fans in the heart of New Kingston, Cuddy'z features some very tasty dishes, most with cricket names. Of course most of you know that the bar is named for fast bowler and famous West Indian Cricketer Courtney A. Walsh. Visit at happy hour and sip their signature cocktail, the...
Places To Review - Bars & Lounges
Located at the ground floor of the Quad night club, the Jazz Cafe brings a lighter side of entertainment to the four-level entertainment complex just off New Kingston's hip-strip. Take in the Jazz Café’s live music offerings on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:00 pm when jazz, influenced by reggae, rock and dancehall sounds, takes on a modern...
Long the home of Latin music on Thursday nights and Karaoke on Fridays, Carlos Café remains a Kingston favorite. It has an abbreviated menu, crab night on Mondays and a dance floor that is well used. Many also go there to play pool and for live music.
This fun café is a tribute to Jamaica’s bobsled entry in the 1988 Olympics. Walls of memorabilia gaze down on diners and you can have your photo taken in an real bobsled. Great time to visit is for Frolic Fridays.
69 Gloucestershire Avenue, Montego Bay,
+1 876 940 7009
Bob’s Café at the Bob Marley Museum serves traditional jerk cuisine such as Rasta Pasta and the Ital Irie Stew. The interior of the café has Bob Marley’s platinum discs and other memorabilia. There is also a souvenir shop on the premises.
65 Hope Road, Kingston,
Bob Marley Museum
+1 876 978 2627