Phoenix / Arizona Caribbean Restaurants

Phoenix / Arizona Caribbean Restaurants
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Tommy Bahama's Restaurant & Bar - Scottsdale
Seafood | Scottsdale
102 reviews

Tommy Bahama combines a tranquil environment and good food with an emphasis on hospitality to make for the perfect place to recharge or unwind while indulging in a unique dining experience. The experience is sure to feel like a getaway, whether you’re on vacation or looking for a vacation from your everyday life. For more information:

Saint House Island Bistro & Rum Bar
Caribbean | Tucson
8 reviews

Saint House Island Bistro & Rum Bar brings modern island flavor to downtown Tucson. In the mood for sharable plates to enjoy with friends? Try our coconut shrimp, street corn and jerk chicken skewers while exploring something new and different from our cocktail list. Explore our island-inspired entrees, like the Passion Fruit Chicken or Ropa Vieja, a 48-hour braised short rib in a rum and coke glaze. While we specialize in rum, with a list over 60 rums long, you can still enjoy a full bar with craft beer, wine, and spirits. We offer happy hour every day until 6pm. Eat, drink, and enjoy the islands at Saint House.

The Breadfruit
Caribbean | Phoenix
54 reviews


Award winning Jamaican cuisine in an elegantly casual tropical setting. Enjoy the highest integrity of ingredients with a perfectionist approach to crafting delicious eats. Offering expertly prepared jet-fresh seafood while embracing our local farming community and supporting producers of sustainable foods.


A collection of over 108 rums, representing all styles and distillation techniques from the Caribbean to South America. We present the most luxurious experiences of the Spirit of the Sugar Cane.


Our craft cocktail menu showcases signature originals and a reintroduction of well-known classics such as the Hemingway, Daiquiri and Mojito.


Connoisseurs of 'The Good Life' from every corner of the world have long cherished the practice of pairing cigars and fine rums