Best of Jamaica
Jamaican FoodWhile Jerk is Jamaica’s delicious claim to fame (and a true must-try), there’s a whole other side to the island’s cuisine. Stop by the Office of Nature in Negril for stunning views, a casual island vibe and the freshest lobster in Jamaica, caught right outside the restaurant. For some traditional Jamaican BBQ, the Pork Pit in Montego Bay is the absolute best. Try fall-off-the-bone ribs or some awesome pork belly.
Floyd's Pelican BarJamaica is all about the “all right” and Floyd’s Pelican Bar in Negril follows this mantra perfectly. Nothing fancy, Floyd’s was built from driftwood and scrap wood and sits on stilts in the middle of the ocean! Unusual décor fills the shack – old license plates, flags – and you can bring your own to hang or carve your name into some of the wood. Stop by and enjoy a cold beer and some crystal blue views, but keep in mind, Floyd’s is only accessible by boat.
Rick's CafeCliff diving, food, cold drinks, live music – it’s Jamaica paradise. Rick’s Café in Negril is an unusual spot where visitors can relax with a beer, dive off a 35-foot cliff and watch a breathtaking sunset. Spend an afternoon (turned into night) listening to the local Jamaica beats and sip on some cleverly-named drinks. Adrenaline-junkies, locals and beach goers looking for a classic Jamaican vibe can be found and the popular Rick’s Café.