Abundant selection of authentic, house-made Jamaican dishes slathered in traditional seasonings & delectable desserts satiate palates
About This Deal
Though the Caribbean isles are well known to outsiders, Caribbean cuisine remains a hidden gem due to tourists frequently subsisting solely off a paste made from sand, ocean water, and puréed linen pants. Uncover the edible treasure of the tropics with today’s Groupon at Spice Island Grill.
$10 for $20 worth of authentic Jamaican lunch for two
$20 for $40 worth of authentic Jamaican dinner for two
$20 for $40 worth of authentic Jamaican lunch for four
$40 for $80 worth of authentic Jamaican dinner for four
- The menu contains options such as:
- Fried ripe plantains ($4)
- Tofu and chickpea curry ($8.50)
- Beef oxtail stew ($9.99 for lunch; $14.99 for dinner)
- Ackee and saltfish ($12.99)
- House-made dishes and desserts
- Military, retiree, and student discounts
Spice Island Grill
Claudette Hutchinson’s passion for traditional Jamaican fare is in her DNA, as a member of a large family of Jamaican cooks, she honors both the national dishes and Rastafari staples of her homeland on Spice Island Grill’s expansive menu. Starring steamy plates of authentic curries and stews that rotate around tables, the menu has earned her a glowing review from the Colorado Springs Independent and ColoradoSprings.com. As the staff blends slushy tropical cocktails, weekly entertainment sates creative appetites. The owners of Spice Island Grill painted the interior in bright blues and yellows to reflect the celebratory nature of their native island’s cuisine, and posters of Bob Marley exhibit their unabashed love for posters. Reverence is paid to military personnel, retirees, and students with discounted meals.
About Spice Island Grill
Claudette Hutchinson's passion for traditional Jamaican food is in her DNA. Coming from a large family of Jamaican cooks, she honors both the national dishes and Rastafari staples of her homeland on Spice Island Grill's expansive menu. Her steamy plates of curries and stews have earned her glowing reviews from the Colorado Springs Independent and ColoradoSprings.com.
On many weekends, a dance party sends modern Jamaican DJ sounds to mingle with the whir of blenders as the staff blends slushy tropical cocktails. Bright blue and yellow walls further reflect the restaurant's upbeat vibe, and posters of Bob Marley exhibit its unabashed love for reggae and tropical culture.