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Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe, Cheshire

PUBLISHED: 15:12 17 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:56 17 August 2018

Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe

Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe


Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe, named after Marigot Bay of St Lucia in the Caribbean, offering South Manchester a bar and cafe that takes you through the many tropical islands via chilled island beers, tropical cocktails and some of the finest Caribbean coffee and cocoa available.

Marigot Bay Bar & CafeMarigot Bay Bar & Cafe

With the walls adorned with memorabilia picked up from the owners travels to the Caribbean, including Marigot Bay itself, Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe re-creates the tranquil, relaxing experience of the bay, located on the western coast of Saint Lucia and surrounded on three sides by steep, forested hills with the inland portion of the bay forming a hurricane hole used to shelter boats from hurricanes. It’s here that it’s famous for its calming waters and palm tree lined beaches that offer a quiet escape from the hustle of city life. It’s this that has been re-created, meaning low ambient and traditional Caribbean radio, a focus on traditional drink serves and attentive table service.

Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe has a capacity of 30 seating, with a first-come-first-serve policy during its hours of operation. Open from Wednesday to Sunday, Marigot Bay Bar & Cafe focuses on Caribbean origins, including a selection of beers such as 10 Saints of Barbados and Red Stripe of Jamaica, coffee sourced from the famous Blue Mountain region of Jamaica and a selection of rum and rhums from across the Caribbean islands, including Chairman’s Reserve of St Lucia, Foursquare of Barbados, Appleton Estate of Jamaica, Havana Club of Cuba and Rhum Clement of Martinique.

There’s also a focus on the traditional rum serves found on the islands themselves, including the Pusser’s Painkiller, known as the “Official Cocktail of the British Virgin Islands”, Havana Club’s original Cuban Mojito and Gosling’s Black Seal, the tempest in Bermuda’s favourite cocktail the Dark ‘n Stormy. The menu is coupled with a selection of non-rum favourites that can be found on the bars across the Caribbean too, as well as mixers such as fresh coconut water and Ting, the sparkling Jamaican grapefruit juice.

Contact Information

Address: 6 Kings Court

Railway Street



WA14 2RD

Telephone: 01619291883

Website: www.marigotbaybarandcafe.com

Email: dave@drinksenthusiast.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/MarigotBayBarAndCafe

Twitter @MarigotBayCafe

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