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“The Blues Festival”

Seastar Inn Restaurant
Ranked #20 of 208 Restaurants in Negril
Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
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Dining options: Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed February 12, 2015

What an amazing 3 days. Musicians from all over the world played and partied. Also had a few meals here, food was excellent and the owner and staff made us feel really welcome. Will definitely be back

1  Thank MssEllie
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Reviewed February 11, 2015

We went to a buffet and reggae show there. Was very surprised the food was excellent and show very intertaining. Only downside is the property is back a nasty road with smelly garbage laying around. The property looks like it would be nice except no beach and not on the cliffs

2  Thank Marilee K
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Reviewed February 9, 2015

We went for the music Saturday night. $5 cover got you in. Buffet was avalible for $15 additional. I can't say it was bad but it wasn't my favorite activity either. The first half was basically a strange Jamaican karaoke show with a band behind. Songs sung spanned the decades but geared towards the 70s. The crowd definitely leaned on the older end of middle age. I felt like s baby.

Drinks were hard to order and pours were small. Stick to beer. Lots of smoke. No escaping it. It's all over. Seating gets filled with diners so prepRer to stand. No dance floor, just a small space in front of the stage.

The highlight....what's makes it cool is the last hour is reserved for an African drum show, now that is neat. If you go, don't leave early. Watching is a must.

2  Thank Kbj2579
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Reviewed February 2, 2015

Every Saturday, live band, awesome food and cash bar. You have the option to skip the buffet dinner, the cover charge is cheaper. The Jamaican drummers come on later, a must see.

3  Thank Tim E
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Reviewed January 16, 2015

We visited the Seastar Inn in January/February of 2014 for their Saturday Night Show and Buffet. The food was great with some authentic Jamaican dishes and other regular foods as well as some good desserts. They provided us a free transfer from our beach hotel with our reservation and the driver was prompt and friendly. The entertainment was excellent with Sansya and the Drummers doing separate shows. Was great entertainment with lots of energy. The drinks and service was wonderful. I would fully recommend it.

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2  Thank CanadianKory
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