Jamaica Paradise Cafe(919) 231-3505
Caribbean, Jamaican, Banquet/Party Room, Bar, Children's Menu, Kids Friendly, Late Night Dining, Smoking/Non Smoking, Take Out/Carry Out, TV/Satellite, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Dinner, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionWelcome to Jamaica Paradise Cafe. We serve the Raleigh/Knightdale community. The restaurant is located in the Edgewater Shopping Center on Hwy 64 E. (New Bern Ave).
We offer space for intimate dining, private parties or receptions for up to 200 people.
At Jamaica Paradise Cafe each moment is accompanied by great Reggae music and wonderful, mouth-watering food.
We party with the thirty-plus crowd every weekend. Every last-Saturday of the month we have a "Customer Appreciation Party" from 10:00pm until dawn.
Upcoming events include live music featuring local reggae artists plus our own house DJ playing the best foundation, culture-Reggae.
Thursday nights feature Poetry "Open Mic" where the spoken word takes center stage.
Recent Jamaica Paradise Cafe Reviews
I've visited this restaurant several times. It's so good to me that I've recommended and have invited and brought along at least a total of 10 of my friends. It was my first time eating Jamaican and I fell in love with it.
i was pleasantly surprised to find a true jamaican restaurant in north carolina.jamaica paradise has a true caribbean feel. we recieved wonderful service. this restaurants food was good and flavorful. so far i only tried 2 dishes. the oxtails and brown stew chicken. i will return to the restaurant to try some of their other dishes. i give the oxtails and brown stew chicken 2 thumbs up. be prepared for live reggae band on saturday nights.
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The food was amazing tried almost everything on the menu during the summer and being in college its reasonable pricing. I loved my experience looking forward to many more
I'm for the melting pot called NY. This is the best Jamaican food I've had since I've lived in North Carolina! I live in Cary and drive 30 minutes to get food. 2 thumbs up!!
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