No worries, mon! (or "One Love!" or maybe "Irie!" - Tell you what, just pretend we picked your favorite Jamaican cliche slang and start the review, OK?) Step inside this replica of Bob’s home on 56 Hope Road in Kingston, Jamaica and enjoy some great food and tropical drinks. Inside this two story building you'll find photos and mementos from Bob Marley's career. Both floors have their own dining room & bar; when it's open, we suggest trying the second floor with its open-air veranda overlooking the courtyard.
Sunday-Thursday 4pm - 10pm Friday - Saturday 4pm - 11 pm
Night Club Hours
9pm – 2am. Cover is $7. Ages 21 and older after 9pm
Extreme Measures - $8.99
Wailer of a Runner
A wailer of a drink! Bacardi Select rum mixed with blackberry and banana liqueurs blended with just the right tropical juices.
A Jamaican twist on the traditional Long Island; Bacardi O Orange rum, peach schnapps, gin, triple sec and sour mix with a splash of Coke.
An explosive mix of Jamaican White rum and Bacardi O Orange rum blended with pineapple, orange and lime juices, topped with a splash of grenadine.
The Legendary Mojito
Features Bacardi rum with a refreshing mix of fresh squeezed lime, mint and sugar. Served on the rocks.
Island Favorites - $7.99
Our house specialty! Bacardi Select rum, Bacardi Coconut rum and banana liqueur blended with orange and pineapple juices.
A delicious blend of Bacardi Peach Red, Midori and sour mix with a splash of pineapple.
Island Mai Tai
An Island favorite! Bacardi Light and Dark rum mixed to perfection with triple sec, grenadine, orange and pineapple juices.
A refreshing blend of Bacardi Limon, Bacardi Razz, blue curacao and Chambord mixed with pineapple juice and sour mix.
Bacardi Dragon Berry with cranberry juice, sour mix and a splash of grenadine.
Frozen Tings - $7.99
A smooth mix of rum and strawberries, blended to perfection then floated with Bacardi Select.
A mix of rum, pineapple juice and coconut then floated with Bacardi Select.
A unique bland of Ska-Berry Daiquiri, Kingston Colada and Midori.
Lots of unique, authentic specialty items on this menu. Maybe they're not quite the same as a meal at a local restaurant in Jamaica, but it's close. We orderd the Oxtail Stew to accompany our beverages and it was surprisingly delicious. Surprising only because it's from a corporate restaurant - who knew corporate could figure out Jamaican home cooking? The flavors and spices were right on, very similar to the curried goat I had in Jamaica; kudos to Universal on this place. If they can get Oxtail right I'm feeling optimistic about the rest of the menu. We'll be trying one of their Beef Patties next time to see how similar they are to the real 'Tasty Patties'. High expectations here guys, don't let me down!
You can find a link to their full menu on Universal's site here.
You'll feel like you've been transported over to Jamaica when you step inside. During the day, you and your family are welcome to come in and enjoy the great food and fun tropical cocktails in this casual Caribbean atmosphere. If it's open, we recommend the second floor for the open veranda and the views it provides. If you head over for late lunch or dinner you'll find this place isn't very busy, in fact, it can look like it might not be open. Don't let the looks deceive you, walk right in, things are just a little more laid back in Jamaica.
At 9pm this casual restaurant becomes a full-on club. You'll find live music or a DJ and the courtyard transforms into a dance floor complete with club lighting. This bar is busy once it gets going and the place draws a little rougher crowd than the other bars in CityWalk - still authentic to Jamaica, right?
The laid-back atmosphere makes this a great spot to stop for a relaxed afternoon beer or a sweet tropical drink. The food is authentic with some menu items that you won't be finding elsewhere at CityWalk. Almost like being in Ocho Rios; did you remember your climbing shoes for the waterfall?
• Half off select appetizers
• Heineken & Appleton drink specials