Jolly Rogers is now Pat and Stells -- a family affair owned and operated by the former Femi's barkeep, Keith and his family.
Not only have things been spiffed up (new paint, updated tables, and generally tidy appearance), but the shift of management has brought the food back to former glory. The ceviche is, once again, the best on the island. They make it to order, so it will take 20-30 min for it to arrive, and once it does your heart will sing -- add a glass of lime juice or a beer and you've got the perfect caribbean lunch. They'll drop an innocuous bottle of sauce at the table before serving -- be careful -- it's weapon's grade habenaro sauce -- best dispatched by the tincture or drop. When they say: "we're not playin'... be careful" they're not kidding.
Love the reggae vibe and attentive service. Its right on the beach with drop-down tarps to keep folks comfortable from wind or sun anytime of the day. Truly the place to "go slow".
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