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Pier 1

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Jack Sprat Seafood and Pizza

Both establishments are rated highly by expert writers. Overall, Jack Sprat Seafood and Pizza ranks significantly better than Pier 1. Jack Sprat Seafood and Pizza scores 92 with accolades from 6 reviewers like Travel + Leisure, Frommer's and Rough Guide.

Both establishments are rated highly by expert writers. Overall, Jack Sprat Seafood and Pizza ranks significantly better than Pier 1. Jack Sprat Seafood and Pizza scores 92 with accolades from 6 reviewers like Travel + Leisure, Frommer's and Rough Guide.

tripexpert score
79
#12 in Jamaica
location

Howard Cooke Blvd, Montego Bay, Jamaica

endorsements
  • 5 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's

    After tropical drinks at the deck bar, you'll be ready to dig into the international variations on fresh seafood; the best are the grilled lobster and any preparation of island snapper. Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 35

    This open-air bar and restaurant sits on its own pier where the Hip Strip meets downtown offers harbor views Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet

    Best known as a nightclub, Pier One also has a restaurant with a good, clean, waterfront setting – all of which are more of a draw than the average sandwiches, burgers and seafood. Full Review →

  • 10

    Rough Guide

    With tables laid out along a breezy pier and great views down the coastline, this is a pleasant, mid-priced spot for lunch or dinner.

  • 22

    BlackBook

    On MoBay's bursting boardwalk, this seaside restaurant serves up al fresco seafood dishes like Drunken Scallops--sauteed in Jamaica's own Red Stripe ale.

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92
#2 in Jamaica

Calabash Bay, Treasure Beach, Jamaica

  • 6 endorsements
  • 6

    Fodor's Tick Choice

    It's no surprise that this restaurant shares its home resort's bohemian style (it's the beachside dining spot at Jakes). Full Review →

  • 1

    Frommer's 35

    This is the less formal and slightly less expensive of the two restaurants associated with the also-recommended Jake's Hotel, the most eccentric hotel along Jamaica's south coast. Full Review →

  • 2

    Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

    This appealing joint features vintage reggae posters, an old jukebox and a lively bar scene that spills onto the tree-shaded patio and Christmas-light-bedecked garden area. Full Review →

  • 10

    Rough Guide Tick Star

    With tables under sea-grape trees and a sandy path down to the beach, this is the perfect place for a relaxed meal.

  • 17

    DK Eyewitness

    A perfect beachside restaurant set in Jake's, this dining spot is adorned with battered Appleton rum signs, black and white potatoes, and an old jukebox.

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