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island vibes and nightlife
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unset is said to be one of the most bewitching hours on the island of Barbados. Bright orange, pink and peach hues fill the bright, blue sky and heads turn towards the heavens, if only for a moment, to bask in the beauty of the magical parade. Grannies scuttle their children off the streets and hard working Barbadians head home for a well-earned rest… Well some of us at least! For a few others, the day has only just begun, night falls and skinny jeans, stilettos and dress shirts take their turn marching to the infectious call of the bar and party scene in Barbados! Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Rum shops and clubs, swing open their doors AND THE’RE OFF! To a night of drinks, shots, laughter, social commentary (of sorts) and liming with friends, family or perfect strangers.
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ANY CORNER RUM SHOP No matter where you are, chances are there is a rum shop a short drive away or literally around the corner. These are great spots for socializing, abstract competitions with strangers (dominoes , pool , darts etc) and reasonable prices on drinks all night long. BAXTERS ROAD, Bridgetown| For a rustic Bajan experience, try Baxter’s Road. Famous for its open air fish fry, small local bars, rum shops and constant activity. Hungry at 2,3 or 4am? Baxters Road.
Oistins, Christ Church| We’d be remiss if we didn’t recommend this open air, relaxed atmosphere, and arguably the most recommended night spot on the island. You’ll find food and fish at reasonable prices, with nightly specials on beer, rum and spirts, and weekend entertainment. St. Lawrence Gap | his popular party strip is home to a number of clubs (including Sugar Ultra Lounge, Reggae Lounge & McBrides), shops, hotels and restaurants; choose from Brazilian, Mexican, Greek, Italian, Local Cuisine and more.