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Montegonians, don't feel left out. This issue is for those who are exploring entertainment options in the second city. Sure, you could go anywhere, but why do that when you can simply go to the any one or more of the best that are available.
Montegonians, don't feel left out. This issue is for those who are exploring entertainment options in the second city. Sure, you could go anywhere, but why do that when you can simply go to the any one or more of the best that are available. And today, as usual, we have prepared a list of 10 of the top entertainment hotspots in Mobay.
One of the top hot spots in Mobay
Margaritaville is an award winning entertainment hot spot in the second city. In the heart of the famous hip strip, there's the beach, American and Jamaican cuisine as well as a night club pumping reggae and dance hall music all night long. Some of the features of Margaritaville Mobay are full-serve restaurant and bar, water park, 120-ft signature water slide and there is even free daytime access from most resorts for groups of at least 4.
Open: Everyday: 10pm to 2.30am.
Address: Gloucester Ave. (The Hip Strip), Montego Bay, St James
Phone: (876) 952-4777
Private and cozy
Blue Beat Ultra Lounge is perfect for a romantic date night. It is a jazz bar, for those who want a break from the break neck speed entertainment. You just have to visit this place if you are among those with a taste for elegance. Listening to soothing tunes from local bands while indulging in your favourite cocktail may be just what the doctor ordered.
Open: Mon - Sat: 6pm to 5am; Sun: 6pm to 12 midnight
Address: Gloucester Avenue, Mobay, St. James
Phone: (876) 952-4774
Helps to make service at Pier One unforgettable
Pier One is an open air restaurant, a bar and an emtertainment center. It has been in operation since 1986 and is owned by the Russel family. Pier 1 offers a wide variety of seafood dishes from Lobster to a local favorite Land Crab done with a Jamaican flare. They take reservations but walk-ins are welcome. Good for groups, adults and kids.
Open: Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat: 11am to 12 midnight; Wed: 11am to 2am; Fri: 11am to 4am; Sun: 12noon to 11pm.
Address: Howard Cooke Blvd, Montego Bay, St. James
Phone: (876) 557-2299
She holds that dynamite aloft!!
The Brewery is a flickering pub/restaurant at daytime, but transforms into a blazing hot entertainment hub at night, with reggae music pumping into the wee hours. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday they showcase live entertainment, and Tuesday and Friday it's karaoke time. Both locals and visitors alike flock these popular events. They are drawn by the outdoor patio with the covered veranda and the pub's dimly lit decor.
Open: Daily: 11am to 2am
Address: 33 Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay, St. James
Phone: (876) 613-9506
Chilling at the Bobsled Cafe
The Jamaican Bobsled Cafe gets its name from the famous Jamaican bob sled team depicted in the popular movie "Cool Runnings." The eatery is popular for its Brooklyn Style pizza, plus offerings such as spiced curried goat, and Jamaican Bobsledder Wings. The ambience is what you would expect in a sports bar and grill, but Bobsled Cafe also has memorabilia from that moment in history.
Open: Daily: 10am to 11pm.
Address: 69 Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay, St. James
Phone: (876) 940-7009
Top spot for adult entertainment
Taboo night club is a club for gentlemen particulary, with the best that Jamaica has to offer in adult entertainment. It features weekly guest dancers from all over the world. It is surrounded by state of the art lighting and sound system and offers premium bottle service. One very satisfied female reviewer said: "Was there on a Friday night had so much fun I had to return the Saturday, I'll be back for my bday."
Open: Daily: 10pm to 5am.
Address: Alice Eldemire Dr, Montego Bay
Phone: (876) 278-5028
Let's drink to that
Peppa's was founded by well known, experienced chef of that name in March 2016. Steamed fish and bammy, grilled conch and lobster are among the patrons' favourites. From their appetizers like stamp and go (saltfish fritters) to main course items like grilled New Zealand lamb chops, to desserts like the red velvet cake, Peppa's is really hot.They have a live band on Wednesdays
Open: Daily: 11am to 1am.
Address: Ramparts Close, Montego Bay, St. James
Phone: (876) 433-9617
D'Rehab Lounge is for those who are addicted to watching the game on the big screen to an accompaniment of pounding reggae...they'll need to check in quickly. It also has a lounge and a pool hall. Here is one happy customer: "It is a great place to visit wen u need to chill listen some great music and enjoy ur self #1 chill spot in montego bay."
Open: Mon - Tue: 5pm to 4am; Wed - Sat: 12noon to 4am; Sun: 5pm to 3am.
Address: 32 Gloucester Ave, Montego Bay
Phone: (876) 424-1079
Debut is known for pizza
Debut claims on their Facebook page to be the only place in Montego Bay where you can get freshly made, completely natural and preservative free 'Brick Oven Pizza.' As the name suggests, they also serve fine wine. They are good for groups or kids and they have outdoor seating. Their menu includes mackerel run dung, ackee and saltfish, Debut fried chicken wings an d so much more.
Open: Sun - Sat: 11am to 10pm.
Address: 1-3 Gloucester Avenue, Shop # 15 Bay Harbour Plaza, Montego Bay
Could pass for Las Vegas
At Treasure Hunt Gaming, one can easily get lost in a sea of the most terrific slots around; plus enjoy Blackjack, Roulette, Horse racing and more! …the vibe is upbeat, the food tasty and the bar premium…there’s something for every kind of gamer. There is an age restriction and a dress code as well as a stipulation as to what type of ID is acceptable.
Address: Whitter Village, Montego Bay
Phone: (876) 953-3440