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5 Great Caribbean Beach Bars

Where do you go for the best beach bars? Where the best beaches in the world are located, of course! The Caribbean is known for having beautiful beaches and great bars. The beach bars are the image of the Caribbean’s laid-back atmosphere; the essence of sand, sun, reggae, rum and wild personalities that create the wonderful island life. So come along as we explore five great Caribbean beach bars!
Nipper’s Beach Bar & Grill: This beach bar in the Out Islands of the Bahamas features a busy dance floor, an energetic tiki bar and two huge beach-side pools. For an honest Nipper’s experience, their weekly Sunday pig roast buffets are a must attend for lots of great food! You’ll also want to try their famous, and feared, drink called Nipper Juice; they say it’s difficult to only have just one, but that you’ll probably wish that’s all you had the next morning. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ll be on the small island for the semi-annual concert of Barefoot Man. Thousands flock to the island to hear the two-day event of music and fun where a famous local musician and his buddies put on a show.

Dune Preserve: Many beach bars have live music, but this beach bar in Anguilla is one of only a few in the Caribbean that’s an authentic concert scene. Located between the Temenos world-class golf course and the world famous CuisinArt Resort and Spa, the Dune Preserve is owned by famed reggae artist, Bankie Banx. Every year there’s a big celebration called Moonsplash that brings in many different performers from all over the world. Most of the acts that perform at the Dune Preserve are free; however, there’s a cover charge when Bankie is performing. This rickety, open-air bar and restaurant was built from materials gathered from shipwrecked racing boats as well as driftwood and sits in the sand dunes on Rendezvous Bay. Many locals and tourists alike go there to relax, listen to some good music and enjoy the signature drink, the Duneshine, or the top secret Dune Rum Punch.

Pelican Bar: This unique bar, near Jake’s Resort, rests on stilts and is near Treasure Beach in Jamaica. To reach the Pelican Bar there’s realistically only one way to get there—by boat. The beach bar is surrounded by water though it’s shallow enough for adults to stand in. The Pelican Bar is constructed of palm tree leaves and bamboo and isn’t really the best place to be on a rainy day—the roof isn’t waterproof. So be sure to check the weather before venturing to this beach bar. Most customers like to lay about in one of the hammocks that are hanging between sections of the Pelican Bar, sit in the sheltered bar area or like to relax on the small boat dock.

Infiniti Bar: This black marble bar and restaurant is the Caribbean’s longest bar and the first infinity-edge bar in the world. It stretches 90 feet across the Grace Bay Club to the shores of Grace Bay beach in Turks & Caicos. The restaurant lets guests dine under umbrellas with the water gently slapping at the feet. The menu offers creative dishes of appetizers and desserts as well as many types of alcohol and sexy cocktails. The Infiniti Bar, located in the adults-only section of the club, is a good place to visit in the daytime, but it comes alive in the evening with entertainment on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

Rick’s Café:  Rick’s Café on the cliff-top perch of Negril beach in Jamaica is well-known for its breath-taking sunsets and for about 15 minutes every night only whispers can be heard as everyone casts their eyes to the west to watch. You’re allowed to lay claim to a place on the wooden deck, make your way along footbridges that lead to the cove or just ease into the cliff-side pool to watch the magnificent sunset. In the daytime, the main attraction is the ocean pool that is created by the concave cliffs around the café. Visitors and locals love to dive off the cliffs from up to 35 feet high into the pool below; the thatched cabana roofs around the pool are the best seats in the house for viewing and enjoying a meal that’s served during this time. At night, Rick’s Café dishes up an early dinner then changes into a reggae night club. It’s crowded, but Rick’s is full of atmosphere!


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