Bob Marley – A Tribute to Freedom is located between the Red Coconut Club and Pat O'Brien's in Universal CityWalk Orlando.
Bob Marley – A Tribute to Freedom Restaurant Description
Bob Marley – A Tribute to Freedom is a Jamaican-themed restaurant that pays tribute to both Bob Marley and the culture his music helped to inspire. The outside of the restaurant is a replica of Bob Marley’s home in Kingston, Jamaica. Tables are located in an open-air veranda and courtyard that is surrounded by genuine reggae artifacts and Bob Marley memorabilia. There is also a stage in the courtyard with nightly musical performances after 9:00 pm. Music may be supplied by a DJ or a live reggae band, depending on the night. You'll also find a small merchandise counter located in the restaurant. You can visit this counter at any time while the restaurant is open to purchase souvenirs.
Menu items at Bob Marley – A Tribute to Freedom include drinks, appetizers, entrees, and desserts. Non-alcoholic beverages include island sodas, tropical juices, and frozen drinks that cost about $5 on average. Appetizers range from fondue and wings to a popular sampler platter that provides a well-rounded taste of Jamaica. Entrees have a heavy Jamaican influence and include things like oxtail stew, vegetable patties, and Jamaican jerk chicken. Most entrees range in price from $9 to $18. There is also a kids menu with cheaper options for children who are nine years old and under. Desserts are limited, but include a tasty selection of cakes.