Bay Street Nightlife

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A stone’s throw south of Bridgetown, the cap­i­tal of Bar­ba­dos, you can find Bay Street. Begin­ning at the his­toric Cham­ber­lain Bridge, bet­ter known as the swing bridge, and end­ing shy of the Gar­ri­son Savan­nah, one could say that Bay Street is the direct link between His­toric Bridgetown and its Gar­ri­son, a UNESCO world her­itage site.

On this stretch, you can find sev­eral bars, night clubs and rum shops. There is no lack of enter­tain­ment in the area. From Sun­day to Sun­day, there is some­where for to go and some­thing for you to do.

Har­bour Lights may be the most pop­u­lar night­club on the stretch. This open air beach front prop­erty, is one of the pre­mier night­clubs in Bar­ba­dos because of its great music and atmosphere.

Two nearby night­clubs, Club Marina and Club 360, also offer great par­ties. While the atmos­pheres are dif­fer­ent, their events are just as invig­o­rat­ing. Other loca­tions on Bay Street, like Carlisle Bay and Copaca­bana Bar, do not have sched­uled par­ties, but may host spe­cially planned events.

Lob­ster Alive acts as a great alter­na­tive for those not inter­ested in the party scene. With stun­ning views of Carlisle Bay and a top-​notch menu, this restau­rant is sure to please.

Sim­i­larly, there is The Boat­yard, where you can find South Deck Restau­rant and Sharkey’s Bar. Here you can enjoy good food and drinks to the rhythms of the steel pan. The nearby Hilton Hotel also has a lively offer­ing. Nes­tled on a white sandy beach, you can dine at the Hilton Hotel and enjoy live entertainment.

If none of these entice you, maybe you just want to ‘lime’, stop off at any of the rum shops on this street. Pull up a stool or prop up by the bar, and get a nice cold Banks Beer or any of our locally dis­tilled rums and enjoy.

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