Decent night-life spot and popular with ex-pat regulars. always stop by when i'm in town at least once.
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It seems everyone comes out for the Thursday Karaoke night. We had a good time listening to the good and the bad. It is a fun atmosphere and everyone was singing and dancing. It was a fun party night. I only gave it an average...More
Blue Marlin is a comfortable place with a a regular cast of patrons, mostly ex-pats. Its a nice bar serving primarily beer, wine and your basic spirits. Its not the place if you want fancy umbrella blender drinks. Ed, the owner and bartender, is a...More
I have eaten here off and on for several years. The food is hit or miss depending on which year and which dish you order. The ceviche here is warm and made with balsamic vinegar, pass on it. The prices are a little higher than...More
Stopped by here for dinner and really enjoyed it. They had a nice selection of seafood with great fresh catch's of the day for a very affordable price. Def. recommend it. The bar was always busy but the restaurant not so much, so def worth...More
My wife and I ate here on a rainy afternoon and had a pan fried snapper fillet with sides that were great! I honestly enjoyed the snapper so much I forgot what the sides were! Great service as well.
We sat right on the water listening to the water lapping at the docks and looking out at another glorious Roatan sunset. Wasn't expecting anything special in the food since it looked like the focus was as a beach side bar with great ambiance. I...More
The Blue Marlin is located just across the street from the 3 Mayan gift shops on the main street. Seems to be primarily a bar, with blues music on weekends, karaoke and trivia contests other nights, but we discovered they have GREAT food! Others told...More
....is known by the locals, expats and tourists for its fun great ambience....everyone is there.... The bar is just above the water food is awesome and beers are really cold. We ll be back!