The most attractive bar in town!
The beautiful and serene Mahogany Tree bar, surrounded by the lush, tropical greenery of Devon House, was an atmosphere of familiarity last Thursday (February 27) as foodies descended upon its official reopening after it was closed at the end of July last year.
The bar, which is located directly across from The Grog Shoppe at Devon House, was having its first set of guests at the official reopening.
The picturesque bar with its beautiful garden lights and the night skies amid the greenery provided a beautiful backdrop to the perfect location which is ideal for anniversaries, birthdays, business meetings, and much more, and as Managing Director Tarquinio Caldarelli told Food, they also cater to any function, large or small.
One of the very few open air bars in Jamaica, Mahogany is the ideal place to spend an evening by yourself or with friends enjoying a drink and finger food.
The bar now offers some authentic, mouth-watering Jamaican finger food, such as delectable pickled salt fish, Solomon gundy, served with crackers, stamp and go, fried sprats as well as a wide variety of sandwiches, hamburgers, pies and soups. But if you are looking for something heavier, you can always order from the nearby Grog Shoppe restaurant.
The revamped bar will now boast live performances every Friday night, and that was proven at the opening as Floyd Folkes had patrons singing along to various hits as the night progressed.
The bar which will be opened from Mon - Sat: 11:00 a.m. to midnight, or until the last guest leaves, will be closed on Sunday except for special functions.
And as with all bars, they offer a wide variety of cocktails and drinks served by a team of professional bartenders who are quick and willing to serve up any mix to suit your needs.
The Bob, made with red syrup, myer's rum, orange juice, crème de menthe and cointreau.