About our St. Maarten Location
Marion, Dan, Conan, and Carloes invite you to the Greenhouse, the greatest bar with the happiest hour on the entire island. Our happy hour is so happy, we have extended it to 150 minutes! Einstein actually developed his theory of relativity while enjoying a two-for-one drink during our extended happy hour. Alas, Newton's gravitational theories are flawed because he never came to St Maarten and experienced sand gravity. Had he done so, he would have noticed that it is twice as hard to get up after lying in the sand on a warm, sunny beach. The difficulty increases by another factor of two if cold beer is involved. We are currently seeking volunteers to study the effects of rum drinks and frozen smoothies on this revised gravitational theory.
Our menu features steak, ribs, lobsters, and the freshest fish in the Caribbean. We are the number one seller of certified angus beef in St Maarten and St Thomas, but our number one selling item on the menu is our great lobster. We've got you covered from lunch through happy hour appetizers and on into a great dinner. Better yet (for you), our special events and happy hour prices are so good that Conan was afraid that we would have to pay you to enjoy our fine food and drinks. Our alert legal department (the guy at the far end of the bar with the tie and briefcase) assures us that you will actually have to pay us something, but not much. So print out our map, come on down to Pburg, and party hearty!
The original Greenhouse is in Bobby's Marina at the head of Philipsburg with a glorious view across Great Bay to the hills in the distance. In the spring of 2009 a new Greenhouse opened next to the Atrium Resort in Simpson Bay. Both locations have regular events, such as lobster night and Alaskan King Crab Night, and throw a party for almost any event. Parking couldn't be easier as Bobby's Marina has just added a 200 car lot behind the Greenhouse in Philipsburg (Check out the Philipsburg parking lot map) and there are two levels of parking across the street from the Simpson Bay location.