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Food and restaurants in St. Ann Parish

Top restaurants

Caribbean Restaurant
“By day it's a good spot to chill, eat and enjoy a drink by the beach. On a Friday and Saturday night Magaritavilla transforms into a club and it's always poppin! You must be 18 or older to enter. ”
  • 54 locals recommend
Restaurant
“One of the most popular places to eat in Jamaica Scotchies Jerk Center features one of the most authentic menus including their world famous jerk chicken, festival, rice and peas and so much more”
  • 61 locals recommend
Bar
“This place has karaoke on a Tuesday evening which later turns into a party afterwards, they also host organised events here on occassion. Food and drink are also served daily.”
  • 43 locals recommend
Caribbean Restaurant
“Excellent Jerk and Scotchies is another option if you are driving. This however is right in the town and easy to get to ”
  • 31 locals recommend
Caribbean Restaurant
“This restaurant is a celebration of all things Jamaican: the rustic country cuisine, the colourful culture, and the great outdoors... The oxtail stew here is famous, but that curry goat looks good too. there’s so many ways to have your fish or meat prepared: steamed, escoveitch, brown stew, grilled, rundown, curried…. The wine poured, I relax, sink into the rhythm of the music gently playing in the background, and admire the outdoors-meets-indoors décor. There are no walls at Miss T’s—just a roof held up by tree-like posts decorated with red fairy lights. “No walls” describes the real Miss T, too. Anna-Kay Tomlinson (Miss T) is a self-taught chef who turned her passion for authentic Caribbean cooking into one of best restaurants in Ocho Rios, one whose reputation grows stronger every year. (An Excerpt from Miss T’s Restaurant) While I have not had the chance to taste the delicacies at Miss T’s I have heard only grate reviews from friends and family. Guy Fieri from the Food Network also raved about Miss T’s and this makes me even more excited to visit in the future. Cost Range: $$”
  • 39 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Sharkies is dining right on the beach. Great seafood for every palate at a reasonable price! A 5 minute drive from Villa La Paz! Definitely worth checking out!”
  • 29 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Looking for Seafood? This is one of the best places around, especially if you're in the mood for fish. Perched on a hill just above the A3, this place is cozy, intimate and fulfilling. I definitely recommend the steamed fish or curried shrimp.”
  • 13 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great food, live bands and Irie times. Top that off with friendly staffs and welcoming atmosphere . ”
  • 12 locals recommend

Cafes

Caribbean Restaurant
“This is the place to get the world’s most perfect sweet potato pudding at the Just Coool Grocery, Green Grocery and Variety Store near Priory east of St. Ann’s Bay.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Café
  • 1 local recommends
Café
“OHH My Gosh!!! This "Ice Cream" is Soooo Good!! All Vegan and Made with Fresh Coconut Milk....From regular flavors like chocolate, vanilla and strawberry to exotic local fruits like Jackfruit, Guanabana and even Breadfruit! Try extreme local flavors like Dragon Stout or Grapenut... and yes they have Cheesecake, real creamy flavorful Cheesecake!! Zero Guilt as well, Eat as much as you like and then join one of our Yoga classes. We'll teach you the secret anti-Twist twist pose!! :)”
  • 2 locals recommend
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