All Inclusive Dining

Jumby Bay is your private-island home, superb dining is all part of the carefree inclusive experience and now it is entirely à la carte. Our restaurants have been re-imagined including the classy Estate House and The Veranda for casual Caribbean fare on the seashore.

Order up a rum punch in the 1830 bar or Tattinger on the terrace, this is island life.
An abundance of fresh sustainable produce is gathered from our island and surrounding seas. This daily harvest is fertile inspiration for our Chef de Cuisine Mathew Liddell, who hails from a 3 Michelin star pedigree and has a passion for ‘local’.

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The Veranda is a casually-chic beachside restaurant that is the heart and hub of Jumby Bay Island. The Jumby Bay Veranda welcomes guests daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Estate House, by combining classic and modern flavors, is considered as the top fine-dining destination in the Caribbean.

The Pool Grille is perfect for those who do not wish to leave the water’s edge. Indeed, with its spectacular beachside setting, the restaurant serves casual bistro fare for lunch as well as refreshing cocktails, house snacks and fresh fruit juices.

Often the first stop for many guests of Jumby Bay Island, and the final place to share a drink before returning to the rest of the world, The Jumby Bay Bar & Lounge, is the chic social hub of the island.

Upon arrival, guests are transported to a world of colonial elegance in 1830 bar. Situated within the old plantation house and retaining historical elements of the original structure, the bar features a color palette of rich green tones inspired by the verdant island landscape.

Along the northern most point of Jumby Bay Beach, the Pool Grille offers a sun-worshipper's haven. Serving lunch daily, it is the perfect place for an inspired dip in the infinity pool before taking to the shade or chaise lounge overlooking the unique sand bar that extends from the beach.

Set directly on the sands of Jumby Bay Beach, and surrounded by a garden of towering palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, the Beach Bar is a traditional open bungalow with a thatched bohio that is the center of beach service.

Unique dining pop-ups including Beach BBQ and Farm to Table.

From Caribbean rums to local teas

The Jumby Bay Veranda

The Veranda is a casually-chic beachside restaurant that is the heart and hub of Jumby Bay Island. The Jumby Bay Veranda welcomes guests daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Estate House

The Estate House, by combining classic and modern flavors, is considered as the top fine-dining destination in the Caribbean.

The Pool Grille

The Pool Grille is perfect for those who do not wish to leave the water’s edge. Indeed, with its spectacular beachside setting, the restaurant serves casual bistro fare for lunch as well as refreshing cocktails, house snacks and fresh fruit juices.

The Jumby Bay Bar & Lounge

Often the first stop for many guests of Jumby Bay Island, and the final place to share a drink before returning to the rest of the world, The Jumby Bay Bar & Lounge, is the chic social hub of the island.

1830 bar

Upon arrival, guests are transported to a world of colonial elegance in 1830 bar. Situated within the old plantation house and retaining historical elements of the original structure, the bar features a color palette of rich green tones inspired by the verdant island landscape.

Pool Grille Bar

Along the northern most point of Jumby Bay Beach, the Pool Grille offers a sun-worshipper's haven. Serving lunch daily, it is the perfect place for an inspired dip in the infinity pool before taking to the shade or chaise lounge overlooking the unique sand bar that extends from the beach.

Genny's Bar

Set directly on the sands of Jumby Bay Beach, and surrounded by a garden of towering palm trees, hibiscus and wild orchids, the Beach Bar is a traditional open bungalow with a thatched bohio that is the center of beach service.

Pop-Ups

Unique dining pop-ups including Beach BBQ and Farm to Table.

Tastings

From Caribbean rums to local teas