If you’ve ever been to Negril and haven’t visited Rick’s Cafe you are missing out!
Opening its doors in 1974, this unique bar and restaurant was the first of its kind. Located on the West End Cliff there are many reasons to visit Rick’s Cafe but these are some of our favorites:
Located at Seven Mile Beach on top of a 35ft cliff, Rick’s Cafe boasts a truly unique experience. Grab yourself a cocktail and enjoy as you watch locals and visitors alike fling themselves off of the cliffs and take the plunge into pristine turquoise waters; And if you are feeling brave; gear up for some fun!
Popular Social Spot
Since opening in 1974 Rick’s Cafe has become a staple within the community. It offers an awesome island party atmosphere and the chance to get to make new friends. Relish in the low-stress atmosphere that seems to put everyone in a good mood.
It’s Finger-Lickin’ good! The Rick’s Cafe food menu has excellent Jamaican dishes, fresh seafood specials, everyday island favorites and ice cold drinks from the bar. Go for lunch or dinner and have some of their delicious food but if you stay late expect crowds.
Live Music and A Refreshing Pool!
Looking to sink your teeth into the music scene? Here you can find local and famous Reggae band on any given day. The live music tends to start around every sunset. Dance to the rhythm of the island and if you get a little hot take a dip or enjoy your cocktail poolside.
World Famous Sunsets
Since Rick’s Cafe opened it has become internationally known for the fantastic sunsets that take place. Designated as the premier gathering spot, their sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition. Enjoy beautiful uninterrupted sunsets that perfectly paint the Jamaican skyline as you sit upon the rocky cliff side enjoying the good vibes and refreshing atmosphere.