Kingston Gay-Friendly Venues

Kingston Gay-Friendly Venues

Here's our guide to gay-friendly venues in Kingston as recommended by local LGBT activists. There are no official gay bars in Jamaica.

Located right by the Bob Marley Museum, Chilitos serves Jamexican fusion food, and it’s considered to be a safe space by local LGBT activists. It also provided discounts to customers during Pride week.

One of the owners is part of the Jamaica Association of Diverse Businesses. The burritos and tacos are pretty damn good too!

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food, drink

Updated: 28-Jul-2021

88 Hope Rd, Kingston

Weekday: Mon-Thurs: 11:00-22:00
Weekend: Fri-Sat: 11:00-23:00 Sunday: Closed

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A popular place to go for sweet and savoury dishes in Kingston, Jamaica. The Tea Tree Crêperie supports Kingston Pride.

The staff are very friendly. It’s right in the heart of the city. You’ll find something for every taste including tenderloin beef, Blue Mountain coffee and, of course, crepes.

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restaurant, bar

Updated: 25-Feb-2019

80 Lady Musgrave Rd, Kingston


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