Grog Shoppe - food and live entertainment
to replicate the atmosphere of the old buccaneer capital Port
Royal, the Port Royal Grog Shoppe is now just called Grog
Shoppe. As the Devon House property itself belongs to the
Jamaican people, not even the most recent owners, Mr. Brady
and Mr. Chen, are allowed to change the name.
huge arched wooden doors open out from the 50-seat dining
room on to the tree-shaded patio, accommodating 150 persons.
The walls - part of which date back to the late 17th century
- and the floors are all made of brick. A side door in the
restaurant leads to the cozy 20-seat English-style pub, which
houses two televisions for patrons to enjoy their favourite
from serving Jamaican fare at reasonable prices, KRW participant,
Grog Shoppe, has an extensive beverage selection. From wines
to cocktails, there's little you can't savour, and the long-standing
'Devon Duppy' is not to be overlooked!
to cater for weddings of up to 200 people, this venue should
be specially noted for its live entertainment and late closing
times. You may order food up to 1:00 a.m. weekdays, 2:00 a.m
on Fridays and Saturdays, and on Sundays!
whether it's KRW or on a regular week, swing your hips on
Tuesday's Latin night; relax with a brandy during Althea Hewitt's
cabaret on Wednesdays; listen to Caribbean Cliff steel pan's
calypsos on Thursdays; request your favourites from Floyd
Foulks on Fridays; sing along with Charmaine Limonious' folk
music on Saturdays; and appreciate a variety of jazz artistes
during Sunday brunch.