Step into a world where blues as deep as the ocean cover the walls and grouper, caught just hours before, sits on your dinner plate. If this sounds like seafood heaven, then you’ve come to the right stop at Hollywood’s Margaritaville. Fresh might as well be included in the name JWB Prime Steak and Seafood,
Jimmy Buffett’s signature laid-back vibe has arrived at the Hollywood, FL oceanfront. The music icon’s famed Margaritaville brand is at the center of the South Florida locale’s revitalized Broadwalk area in the form of a Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort.
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This weekend, I had the opportunity to indulge in an aromatherapy treatment at St. Somewhere Spa at Margaritaville Hollywood Beach. After my 50-minute treatment, I felt as if I was leaving paradise. I walked in in a slightly flustered mood, but when I left, I felt as if, “I got stuck in paradise;
Though “seafood” is often thrown next to “steak” in great steakhouses so that non-meat eaters know they have an option, it’s a lot more than mere extra verbiage at JWB (which is just right of the giant flip-flop at the Margaritaville resort, in case you were wondering). Each day has a spear-caught special,
His newest showstopper, a 17-story hotel near Miami, has three pools, a full-service spa and eight restaurants, including a seriously upscale steakhouse. That electric blue sculpture in the lobby? You’d swear it was by Jeff Koons.
Over near Orlando, work has started on his $800 million family resort, which will include a 12-acre water park and 1,200 homes priced at up to $1 million apiece.
Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort has welcomed a new restaurant to its lineup.
JWB Prime Steak and Seafood, named after James “Jimmy” William Buffett, is a new concept at Margaritaville properties and combines the laid-back resort lifestyle with a “casual yet sophisticated” atmosphere, said general manager Cate Farmer.
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