West Coast - Holetown:
Limegrove Bar & Zoola Café: There are many communal areas with seating for those who spill over from the busy restaurants, or just to rest in between the rounds of shopping, or even to hang around with friends. As intended by the developer, the concept is meant to invite Barbadians in. While "liming", if feeling a bit hungry, ask for the menu from Zoola Café.
Red Door Lounge: Barbados' premier nightlife hideaway in Holetown'strendy Second Street, is an intimate and exclusive lounge with an upscale, urban vibe. Featuring the island's most prestigious interior environment with a daring selection of cocktails and tapas. Stick around for the great entertainment - lively DJ sessions, live piano, bands and singers who transform the place into a late night hot spot!
South Coast - St. Lawrence Gap
Bajan Roots & Rhythms: Bajan Roots & Rhythms, held at The Plantation Theatre, is the only dinner and stage show in Barbados designed to offer visitors a genuine representation of West Indian culture. Bajan Roots & Rhythms, uniquely known for its interactive segments and party atmosphere, affords its guests plenty of opportunities to join in the fun. Highlighted several times on CNN’s Travel Guide, BET, the BBC and Granada Television in the UK, Bajan Roots & Rhythm explores the fascinating history and musical heritage of Barbados. From Authentic Bajan Buffet, excellent entertainment and dancing, it all adds up to one of the best nights-out in Barbados. Bajan Roots & Rhythms delights the audience with vibrant scenes of: proud to be Bajan, the many faces of Africa, the original Bridgetown Market, flaming hot fire, Kadooment in Barbados. Wednesdays & Fridays.
Harbour Lights Beach Extravaganza: Whether you like partying to the hypnotic beat of the best live local band, liming under the stars while sipping tropical cocktails or just simply relaxing by the water’s edge, Harbour Lights is the place to be. Our Beach Extravaganza is the perfect place for Barbados dining, fusing a fantastic local BBQ with amazing cultural entertainment including the Fire Eater, Stilt Walker and Limbo Dancer. What better way to eat out in Barbados than to have the sand between your toes, the star lit skies above and a great show! Harbour Lights Nightclub is a renowned open air beach front nightclub located just 5mins from the heart of Bridgetown and perfectly positioned on the stunning Carlisle Bay Beach. Mondays & Wednesdays.
Oistins Fish Fry: Each Friday and Saturday night hundreds of locals and visitors flock to Oistins for the Fish-Fry, an opportunity to enjoy the very best local food - fried and grilled fish, fish cakes, sweet potato, macaroni pie, and coleslaw and so much more. There are numerous vendors to choose from and seating is readily available. The sounds of island music fill the air, making for a memorable evening out in a very casual setting!
Mojo Bar: Mojo’s motto is ‘Music for the People, Food for the Soul’. It’s centrally located on Worthing Main Road, not far from the popular St Lawrence Gap. Mojo prides itself on being the “local’s pub” of Barbados with a relaxed vibe. Given their motto, you probably will have guessed that music is the central theme of this bar. The ambience at Mojo is such that it is ideal for those who simply feel like wearing a pair of jeans and not spending too much.
Reggae Lounge: Open-air nightclub which offers the opportunity to dance the night away under the stars, surrounded by natural, tropical vegetation. The club offers a wide range of music, from reggae and calypso to mellow music and Rhythm and Blues.
Sugar Ultra Lounge: This ultramodern and sophisticated nightclub with a club chic dress code has replaced the former Ship Inn. With the latest sound and lighting equipment, Sugar Ultra offers “something special” for patrons with its concept nights.