How is the New Year celebrated in the Caribbean? Well, for people in the Caribbean isles, New Year is a time to be celebrated with family and friends. In Jamaica, there is an old tradition of cleaning the house and decorating it with flowers, trees and crafts. Streets and buildings are also illuminated with lights and glittering decorations. From the Junkanoo parade in the Bahamas to the public firework display on the Kingston waterfront, New Year’s Eve is full of colour, music and dancing.
And this year we’re bringing the Caribbean celebrations to The Bay, from Kingston to a town near you with our rum, reggae and jerk.
Here’s what we have in store this NYE:
- FREE entry all night
- We’re open till 1.30 am (local times may vary)
- Same great menu
- Our usual 2’4’1 happy hour
- Amazing reggae tunes all night!
We always keep the bar area and some extra seating free for walk-ins, but if you’d like to reserve your table for NYE, then you can book here.
We hope you have a turtle’y good night 😉