Jamaica Nightlife

Discover Jamaica By Night...

For unforgettable evenings away from the yacht deck, delve into these fabulous dining options and delicious sundowners.



Sunset at West End
Drop anchor at West End Cliffs off the coast of Negril to catch one of the most spectacular sunsets in the Caribbean. As Jamaica’s most westerly point, the West End is somewhat of a sunset-watching institution, making the yacht deck the perfect point to enjoy the awe-inspiring site away from the crowds descending on the land above.

Re-trace Rum Running
Invite a local historian on board to guide you along the sailing course of a centuries-old rum-running path. Sample some of the regions finest liquors as you retrace the steps of these long-gone venerable island heroes.


Sugar Mill
Open only for night-time dining, the extremely elegant Sugar Mill Restaurant in Montego Bay offers sophisticated twists on traditional Jamaican dishes, using the island’s finest local ingredients including lobster, coconut, sugarcane, and bass. Set on a comfortable terrace hung with flickering wicker lamps, reservations are essential.

The perfect sunset retreat, Norma’s Restaurant was created by arguably the most famous chef in the West Indies, Norma Shirley. Part of a boutique hotel in Negril, the bar and restaurant occupies a shaded beachside terrace and offers diners sumptuous ocean-inspired cuisine. Not just for dining however, Norma’s offers customers an enticing environment to enjoy a few drinks while overlooking the moonlit waves.

Pelican Bar
Lying off the coastline of Treasure Beach on Jamaica’s south is a truly unique dining experience in the form of the Pelican Bar. Looking like little more than a hut on stilts over the ocean, the Pelican Bar is in fact one of the most idyllic and sought-after dining ventures in the Caribbean. The chef is an expert fisherman, who offers his daily catch for the evening’s meal. Located 20 minutes out to sea, trips to this attractive and private hideaway are arranged through the south island’s premier resort, Jake’s.

Resort Bars
For a delectable evening ashore spent sipping cocktails as the Caribbean Sea greets the sand just feet away, head to any one of the beachside bars at Jamaica’s luxury resorts. Half Moon in particular, located in Montego Bay, offers an impressive array of choices to satisfy any drinking taste. Lester's Bar is home to exceptional piano, Cedar Bar borders on the silky sands of Sunset Beach, while the Hibiscus Pool Bar sits invitingly in the refreshing waters. Dress code is elegantly casual.

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