Popular Jamaican restaurant Paradise Place is preparing to upgrade to a roomier location. Currently operating at 7365 West Sahara Avenue, the restaurant will pick up and move into a new space located at 6895 West Sahara Avenue, adding more space, along with a bar.
What Now confirmed the news with owner Kahiel Easy on Wednesday. Easy said the new location isn’t the only news Paradise Place has up its sleeve. The restaurant launched its first Karaoke Wednesday this week and is also gearing up for Mother’s Day, when it will feature a live classical violinist from 4 to 7 p.m.
Paradise Place’s menu opens with Jamaican patties with beef, chicken, or vegetables, along with the classic breakfast dish Ackee & Saltfish. Easy says the restaurant’s most popular dish is its Oxtails, “seasoned with our signature oxtail seasoning, slow cooked to a fall off the bone finish.”
Also popular are Paradise Place’s seafood dishes, including Jerk Shrimp (9 jumbo shrimp cooked in our signature jerk sauce with carrots and bell peppers) and Escoveitched Fish (Whole red snapper, lightly fried then sauteed in a vinegar-based sauce with carrots and bell peppers). For dessert, try the Rum Cake.
The new location is part of a retail center on the southwest corner of the intersection between South Rainbow Road and West Sahara Avenue. It is currently home to long-running local cake shop Cake Designs and local bar Magoo’s Hideaway.