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This 15,000 sq. ft. "casino in a casino" opened in October 2011 and is Jimmy Buffett's first foray into gaming. Play on the more than 200 slots and get a drink at the 5 O'Clock Somewhere Bar.
Current home for Jimmy Buffett's famous Hemisphere Dancer seaplane. Check it out at the Lone Palm Airport/Bar.
Located at the Ohana Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel, this 22,000 sq ft restaurant opened in 2009 and marks Jimmy Buffett's first venture in Hawaii.
Jimmy Buffett has been known to pop in here from time to time to play impromptu shows
Jimmy Buffett lived next door once upon a time. He mentions Louie's in the liner notes for A1A and in the live version of "Trying to Reason With Hurricane Season" from Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.
Located at the Flamingo Casino on the strip, Margaritaville Las Vegas opened its doors in 2003. The location holds an annual street party when Buffett comes to town to play.
This Nashville location opened in 2010 and features seating capacity of 350, three live music stages, and a playable piano staircase!
Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Bar & Grill opened at Chicago's famed Navy Pier in June 2011. "I have always thought of Chicago as a beach town," Jimmy says. "A pretty big one, but still a beach town.”
Site of the infamous stage fall by Jimmy Buffett in January 2011.
During a Jimmy Buffett concert in 1985 the term "parrothead" was coined here by Coral Reefer Timothy B. Schmit
Owned by Lucy "Lulu" Buffett, Jimmy's sister, Lulu's at Homeport is a popular restaurant on the Intracoastal Waterway serving up delicious homecooked seafood and live music every night!
In 2001, Jimmy Buffett was ejected from a Heat-Knicks game for cursing at a referee. Buffett remains a season ticket holder and can often be seen at games when he's not on tour.