Well-known for its dishes based on both local and international influences, The Bloody Mary's is a great place to have dinner and sip a refreshing cocktail at the end of the day…
With its coconut thatch roof and typically Polynesian architecture, the Bloody Mary’s embodies the tiki spirit and has been keeping it casual since 1979. Well-known for its dishes based on both local and international influences, the establishment has already welcomed several famous guests, namely Hollywood stars, who enjoy its atmosphere of yesteryear.
Easily accessible by car or boat, it is a great place to have dinner and sip a refreshing cocktail at the end of the day…
(For cruise passengers: The schedules for this tour are not compatible with thoses of cruises.)
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