Tips & Tricks
Doolittle’s (Marigot Bay) – at this north side bar, there’s always a live band, and DJ music ranging from calypso, to soul, salsa, steel band, and reggae. Patrons are attracted to its locale, which overlooks the calming waters of Marigot Bay. Enjoy half price drinks during their happy hour, every evening from 5-7pm.
Marjorie’s Beach Bar (Cas en Bas Beach, Gros Islet) – this was just another beachside bar until British pop singer Amy Winehouse declared that her favorite hangout spot in Saint Lucia. Since her untimely death, both her fans and British tourists have made it a point to visit this bar at least once.
Lime on the Bay (Reduit Beach Avenue, Rodney Bay Village, Gros Islet) – this is another popular hangout spot at Rodney Bay. Best known for its Karaoke nights, and dance hall – which doesn’t shut down until the last patron leaves.
Mojitos Bar (Rodney Bay) — Located near the entrance to Gros Islet and located upstairs in an attractive brick building, this bar/restaurant is fun with loads of class and fantastic mojitos. Casual outdoor seating overlooks the lights of Rodney Bay.
Razmataz (Rodney Bay – opposite Royal St. Lucien Hotel) – even though this is an Indian restaurant, it has a busy bar scene, and is a popular hangout spot with tourists.
Jambe de Bois (Pigeon Island, Gros Islet) – despite the French name, this is actually an English-style pub. Located within the Pigeon Island National Landmark, there’s a live Jazz band every Sunday evening.