05 December 2016

 
5 hottest bars in St Vincent & the Grenadines
Don't miss these awesome cocktail bars. The hottest places to unwind after dark.
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Frangipani Hotel
Jump in to the legendary Frangiapani Hotel
This waterfront open-air bar is one of the Caribbean's most established watering holes, and with an extensive cocktail menu, warm atmosphere and friendly bartenders, maintains its reputation as the meeting place for locals and visitors alike, and offers a weekly 'jump night' that's not to be missed. Try a famous 'Frangi Fever', 'Mango Potion' or 'Passion Colada' while seated in the bar's love seats under the palms or at the beautiful purple- heart wooden bar and watch the sun set on the horizon as the gentle breezes blow.
P.O. Box One, Bequia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines VC0400
Tel: +1 784-458-3255 www.frangipanibequia.com
Basil's Bar
A famous haunt of the ich and famous
A famous haunt of the elite, rich and famous, Basil's bar is a Grenadines institution and a must see for first time cruisers passing through. Located in a lovely little bay with a chic yet rustic backdrop of pretty painted wooden houses and boats, the daytime atmosphere is pretty languid but at night it fills up with a young crowd. This is as you'd expect, a pricey establishment, but treat yourself to a cocktail at sunset and it's worth the cost.
Royal Street, Kingstown and Mustique, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Tel: +1 784-488-8407
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Tel: 784/458-4205
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Aquatic Club
Paradise for party people
Adjacent to the departure point of the ferryboat from St Vincent to Young Island is the loudest and most raucous nightspot on St. Vincent. This hothouse of dance music and DJ's often features live reggae, soca, or calypso and is filled to the rafters on Saturday nights with the young and restless until the early hours.
Arnos Vale, Saint George, St Vincent and the Grenadines
Tel: 1-784-458-8549 www.lambisunion.weebly.com/restaurantbar.html
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Lambis
Off beat bar and bargain drinks.
Clifton, Union Island, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
This large and somewhat shambolic bar and restaurant is a favourite with the locals. Situated in the middle of town and open to the harbour, the decor is rustic and quirky with un-matching floor tiles, while the bar is fully stocked with a variety of beers and cocktails to keep you cool after a day in the sunshine. If you want to ‘drink like a local’, try the cheap and cheerful rum punch. In addition, the food is really tasty and great value, with simple curries, stews and fresh fish on the menu.
www.gingerbreadhote/l.com
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Gingerbread Hotel
Afternoon coffee at its best.
Situated 10 sandy paces from the sea and only a hundred more from Port Elizabeth, the Gingerbread Hotel boasts a fantastic waterfront location on what is known as the Belmont Walkway. Offering a relaxed and laid back atmosphere, this is a good spot to enjoy a top-notch coffee and cake, cool off with a homemade ice-cream (nutmeg is best), read a book or watch the activity and excitement in the harbour.
 
 
 
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