Moon Author's Review
Pushcart Restaurant and Rum Bar (3\10 p.m daily, US$9\16) serves entrèes including peppered shrimp, homemade jerk sausage, curry goat, and oxtail. Opened in early 2009, Pushcart brings a Jamaican street food experience to one of the West End's most exclusive accommodations enclaves. The name is derived from the pushcarts used by Jamaican street vendors across the island in open-air markets, whether for selling produce or cooked food. The pushcart provides the inspiration for the menu, which is inspired by street food from Jamaica and throughout the Caribbean. A lively local mento band provides nightly live entertainment. Pushcart offers casual dining in a breathtaking cliff-side setting made famous as a location in the films 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the Steve McQueen classic, Papillon.