Welcome to Margaritaville! Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville empire consists of four resorts, a soon to be opened vacation club on St. Thomas (USVI), many restaurants, as well as a product line that includes my favorite beach chair, the Adirondack. Here are some of the cool Margaritaville beach destinations!
Margaritaville in a nutshell. Margaritaville is a 1977 song by singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett from the album Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes. Named for the cocktail margarita, with lyrics reflecting a laid-back lifestyle in a tropical climate, Margaritaville has come to define Buffett’s music and career. Via Wikipedia.
Let’s start where it all began for Jimmy Buffet in Key West, Florida where he opened his first Margaritaville restaurant and bar on Duval Street in 1985.
A giant album cover for Jimmy Buffett’s Take the Weather With You inside Margaritaville in Key West. Photos by Sam Howzit via Flickr.
Margaritaville in Destin Florida opened up last year, perfectly placed directly on Destin Harbor. Via FB.
The view from the decks at Margaritaville in Destin is stunning.
Margaritaville Beach Hotel in Pensacola is another great Florida location. The place is a popular wedding venue with receptions held at the Landshark Landing restaurant and beach bar which sits right on the sand.
A peek inside Landshark Landing. To see the resort and more of the restaurant and bar (and some fabulous wedding photographs), head over to Oeil Photography.
The Landshark Landing’s bar in Pensacola Beach is equipped with a fire pit. Via FB.
Off to the Caribbean! Margaritaville in Negril is located on Jamaica’s 7 mile beach. It’s a Flip Flop Paradise!
The Margaritaville Tiki bar at 7 mile beach. Let’s reserve a chair! To see more, head over to SW Graphic. No matter how fun these Margaritaville beach destinations are, always remember that Margaritaville is more than a location, it’s a state of mind. See below!
License to Chill is the twenty fourth studio album by Jimmy Buffett and was released in 2004.
The song Breathe in Breathe out Move on is from Jimmy Buffett’s twenty fifth studio album Take the Weather with You. It was written for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Lyrics from the album Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes. Jimmy Buffett quotes via Margaritaville Cargo’s Facebook Page.