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Chilling in Negril

Published:Monday | June 4, 2018 | 12:00 AMJody-Anne Lawrence
Kenisha Wellington
Oniel Coombs
Teneshia McIntyre
Dukely Briscoe
Christopher Whyte
Jodi-Ann Powell
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When you hear of Negril you think of tourists, fabulous hotels, white sand beaches, a place to just escape from the everyday hustle and bustle. But what about the locals, those who live in this enchanted town, what is their little chill spot.

The corner bar because it is at the seaside with a great view, and the restaurant's good food and of course the bar side.

Christopher Whyte

Margaritaville, you can hang out their. Hard Rock Cafe but your money have to 'tun up'. I also love the blended fruit punch at Rick's Cafe, so I go there too.

Jodi-Ann Powell

The Corner Bar is my spot. It has the right type of liquor, the right food, you know spicy Jamaican food and the sunshine and sea breeze.

Oniel Coombs

Mine is the Italian Cafe because the food there is nice.

Teneshia McIntyre

The Jungle Night Club, it safe and everything, a nice party spot.

Dukely Briscoe

Bourbon Beach, it is really cool and is my usual spot but there is also a new spot - Pimentos they are everything. They have everything, they even cater for the 'itals' (vegetarians). Their jerk pork is key and they have ice cream. Everything that they prepare is also served on hardwood, so I love there too.

Kenisha Wellington