128 West Adams Street, Jacksonville, FL | Directions 3220230.328200 -81.659712
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Fri. 11am - 7pm;Sat. 12am - 9pm;Sun. 6pm - 12pm
Neighborhoods: Urban Core, Downtown Jacksonville
Best Caribbean food in Jacksonville – The food is awesome, the jerk chicken and homemade calypso punch are my favorites, but you must try everything on the menu at least once!
the vibe is laid back and casual, real island style....dominoes every friday and it's always happy hour ;)
friday and saturdays after dinner the dance floor opens so u can groove to the best in reggae, dancehall, calypso/soca, top 40, dance, kompa....they take u around the world... you name it, they play it
Exceptional customer service. The staff and patrons are all very nice!! (I've been coming to this establishment from before they moved from Monroe St.)
Only problems with parking are in th day b/w the hours of 9a-5p because the meters.... but the lunch buffet is sooo worth the effort of finding a spot. Parking anytime after 5pm- No Worries Mon!! ;)
for people for colur, mainly. Not for rabbits.... – every good place to have fun, even if the city is tryin to close them down!!
BEST FOOD IN JACKSONVILLE – THIS PLACE HAS GOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE, GOOD FOOD, GOOD MUSIC. OWNERS TREAT YOU LIKE FAMILY. LOVE IT!!
very bad – terrible place to live or work near lots of criminal activity. police and the city have problems with this club- yea its not really a food place just a way to get around there alc. license-
Believe the name. This casual café delivers exotic dishes that singe taste buds and satisfy adventurous appetites. – The Scene
Reggae music and travel posters set the laid-back mood in this Jamaican eatery. But who notices atmosphere when you're eating food this fiery? A dance club in the back spins music on weekend nights until the wee-morning hours. Live bands play on Fridays and Saturdays.
The jerk chicken comes with a bottle of more scorching jerk sauce, but you won't need it because the chicken carries enough sizzle. The curried goat is both filling and fiery. Like most menu items, it blazes with a tasty heat.
Dish to Die For
A side order of plantains is a sweet contrast to a hot meal.
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