Restaurants & Bars
At the 9 extraordinary restaurants, the chefs use only the freshest ingredients to create authentic regional specialties from Italian, Asian and Mediterranean, to Caribbean, Jamaican and more.
You can dine along the beach, at romantic tables for two, or on the piazza. No matter where you dine, everything is included at the specialty restaurants, including six varietals of Robert Mondavi® Wines.
Giuseppe's makes guests feel right at home-right along the Caribbean Sea. With inviting indoor and outdoor seating, this cozy Italian restaurant brims with genuine Tuscan charm. Dine amid the candlelit ambiance of its outdoor terrace or step inside for a taste of warm, old country allure. Here, you'll find the joys of Italy in the Tuscany-style antipasti bar featuring unique appetizers. From pizza and pasta, to tempting desserts, the food at Giuseppe's is the main attraction. Indulge in pizza made your way and delicious pasta creations likebraised lamb ragout served with penne pasta and fresh zucchini, tomato, and shrimp tossed with linguine pasta.
Taking its name from the fragrant flower used in perfumery and tea, Jasmines showcases the colorful flavors of the Orient. It's said that exotic foods are for lovers, and after a romantic dining experience at Jasmines, it will be easy to see why. From the vaulted ceilings to the beautifully textured walls, Jasmines' Asian-inspired décor features a sensual ambiance and intimate dining space perfect for two people in love. Dark mahogany accents, bamboo-style chairs; hardwood flooring, and fiery red walls put the finishing touches to the provocative venue. But the main draw for most guests is the tantalizing fare.
The heart of the Jamaica's South Coast has always been known for the best beaches and friendliest people. Now, Café de Paris is helping to make it known for fine, Parisian treats. When the café concept was first introduced in Paris in the 17th century, people fell in love with the neighborhood feel of the café, which over the years became a place to relax. The same semblance is found at Café de Paris, the social pulse of Whitehouse, Jamaica. There's a square-lined walkway along a bustling promenade made to resemble the streets of Paris. Flowers, bright colors, and lovely patio furniture with umbrellas adorn the outside of the café. But the chic décor and romantic ambience aren't the only things to savor at this superb café.
The enchanting, old-world charm of Eleanors captivates guests from the moment they walk through the doors. But it's the delectable cuisine that leaves a lasting impression with a calypso of flavors such as Tamarind Grilled Beef Tenderloin (tamarind-infused red wine reduction), Roasted Pumpkin Soup, Caribbean Grilled Lobster, Jamaican Jerk Chicken, West Indian Curried Lamb, and Rasta Pasta (penne pasta tossed with chef's choice of vegetables, ackee, spinach, and coconut cream sauce).
Bayside is the place to indulge your palate with seafood favorites like Surf & Turf and Baked Seafood Florentine, or other international favorites such as Grilled Lamb Chops and Steak au Poivre - all prepared just the way you like it. Savor the flavors of this enchanting restaurant and toast to the distinct character of a lively ocean view eatery, nestled just a short distance from the sparkling, Caribbean Sea and delightful wharf.
Indulge in the elegant backdrop, caressing sea breeze, and the exotic cuisine of Schooners, an extraordinary restaurant specializing in Jamaican influenced seafood where guests enjoy seaside terrace dining and cool, nautical themed decor. With its colonial villa setting close to the sea, Schooners possesses an undeniable allure along with the best of the fisherman's catch prepared in Jamaican styles every day.
With casual European elegance, the Neptune-blessed cuisine highlights the best in Mediterranean fare. Eggplant, artichokes, squash, tomatoes, legumes, onions, mushrooms, okra, cucumbers, and herbs are used to embellish three course meals of fresh seafood such as lobster, mussels, octopus, shrimp, salmon, tuna. Traditional delights such as feta lamb kebabs, tzatkiki, and saffron-infused Bouillabaisse are tantalizing temptations
Believed to have originated with Jamaica's Arawak Indians, jerk cookery began as a preservation method. The Maroons of Jamaica, who once sought refuge in the island's Blue Mountains, eternalized the Arawak's ancient jerk technique by spicing or seasoning the meat, wrapping it in leaves, then placing it on hot rocks over a lattice of wood. This technique evolved with the use of different spices to the cooking style that we know today as Jerk. At the Jerk Shack, chefs apply the jerk cooking style using a marinade or paste that incorporates pimento (allspice) and scotch bonnet peppers.
There's nothing quite like the dining experience at Sushi on the Sand, a sleek, modern, open-air restaurant just steps from the beach. This remarkable sushi house offers exciting flavors and exotic, made-to-order sushi creations. With a style that is just as diverse as the inspiring sushi palate, our sushi chefs are eager to present guests with varying flavors of the Far East and share the essence of a consistent house style that is elegantly balanced through their splendid selection of nigiri, sashimi, carpaccio and sushi rolls, as well as an innovative menu of house-infused sake, sake cocktails and sake martinis.
Bars at Sandals are right on the beach and directly over the ocean - to give you a truly authentic island experience. There are even bars inside the beachfront pools. White-sand beaches brand caribbean rum concoctions are the inspiration for high-spirited gatherings, so take a seat and let the party begin. At Sandals you enjoy 24-hour drink availability! Bars open at 10am and close at 3am. In-room bars are stocked daily, providing top shelf availability any time of the day or night. If you are staying in any of Concierge Suites, premium drinks are also included (and replenished daily) in your in-room bar.