Best Bars in the Bahamas
Nightlife in the Bahamas is anything but mild. Bars and parties of every type can be found on any corner. No matter if you want a party bar, or a relaxing beach bar, you will surely find what you are looking for. If your looking for good food, great drinks and an even better party then look no further. These places guarantee a time that you will be talking about for years to come.
End of the World Saloon
Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas
Located on one of Ernest Hemmingway’s favorite islands, this bar is definitely unique and has an unforgettable island flavor. This bar sports sand floors into which you can sink your toes. There are also plenty of displays of previous patrons undergarments pinned to the walls and ceiling. You don’t have to tack your underwear to the ceiling to leave your mark, just autograph one of the walls. Also make sure you try their famous conch and lobster pizza!
Bikini Bottom Bar and Grille
Williams Town Beach, Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
This bar offers a bit of everything. Inside you can enjoy a game of pool or even check your email. But outside is where the party is at. Gather at one of the picnic tables located on the patio, sway in one of the swings at the bar, or dance in the sand while listening to a local band. This bar offers a wonderful view of the beach during sunset. The prices will not break the bank either. Menu items start at $2.00 U.S.
Grand Bahama Island, Bahamas
If your looking for something a bit more elegant try this new and rising restaurant. Sabor has a very hip and chic environment. The menu is more upscale and the restaurant prides its award winning menu. Located next the marina it features an outdoor swimming pool with lounge seating. You can also catch live music every Saturday night.
This is the hot spot of Nassau. Previously a lakeside mansion now converted into a bar and grille, Club Waterloo features a centrally located swimming pool. You can dance the night away in the disco that plays all types of music or enjoy some great food at the grille.
Blue Marlin Restaurant
Paradise Island, Bahamas
Located in the Hurricane Hole Plaza this restaurant offers its patrons some unique experiences. Many night you can dance away to the beat of a steel drum band. For the less faint of heart, several nights a week you can catch an act by a world record holding fire and limbo dancer and a glass eating act.