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If you are a foodie and also a lover of unique and interesting spots and views, you must take advantage of these instagrammable restaurants in Jamaica.
To get to this location, a boat is required! One of the most distinctive bars in the world is Floyd's, which is located a mile offshore. You must see it in person to appreciate the pleasure of enjoying a beverage with friends while being entirely surrounded by water.
Floyd's Pelican Bar is a great establishment that is built on a sandbar in the middle of the turquoise Caribbean Sea and resembles a sizable bird nest out of driftwood, palm leaves, and coconut tree trunks.
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The go to location for a date or classy night out with friends. Bushbar is situated in a rainforest on the slope of a mountain. As soon as you arrive, take in the sexy ambience around you and sip on a beverage amidst the lush landscaping and ocean vista.
This area of the renowned Geejam Hotel emphasizes the beauty of nature with chic touches. The renowned Bushbar has a fantastic infinity pool and cutting-edge audio equipment.
Hang out near the DJ booth/treehouse and enjoy the forest to sea vistas. Play some pool with the locals, chat with them, and satisfy your hunger and soul.
One of the best sites to see a Jamaican sunset in Negril is Rick's Café on the West End cliffs. When Rick's Café initially opened its doors in 1974, Negril was still a little fishing community. Today, however, it is a popular tourist attraction that receives thousands of tourists every day.
Although it features a bar and restaurant, the location's breathtaking cliffs, from which guests can jump from various heights into the aquamarine lake below, are the true draw.
If you don't want to jump off a cliff yourself, you can take a picture and tip one of the experienced cliff divers who jump off trees 60 feet or higher over the cliffs!
Take a picture at Miss T's Kitchen before dinner with the lovely blue porch in the background or after dinner in a nice chair while you enter a food coma. The interior design has a chic, unique flair, and the ambience is like attending a dinner party at a creative friend's house.
The flavours are expertly prepared by Miss T herself, and the dishes are presented in an elegant and instagrammable way. Try their callaloo or oxtail dishes for real Jamaican delicacies.
This popular restaurant in Ocho Rios serves a wide selection of pasta, curry goat, and delectable soft-shell crab.
Want to find the ideal location for a picture shoot, satisfy your sweet hunger, and learn some history? Do all three at the Devon House, George Steibel's 19th-century mansion and the first black millionaire in Jamaica.
The ice cream at this 1881 mansion, which also has a courtyard with many quaint stores and eateries, draws people back again and again. The ice cream from Devon House consistently ranks among the best in the world.
Pushcart is a restaurant that got its name from a love of Jamaican street food, which is sometimes sold from pushcarts. You can get a variety of street delicacies in one location, along with a stunning setting for eating and taking pictures.
Without the need for a fan, the cliffside location's sunset vista and breeze will give your hair a supermodel lift. The organic food served at this Negril restaurant in the Rockhouse Hotel is produced on the premises.
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