What’s on in St Lu­cia

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GROS ISLET STREET PARTY

The Fri­day night ‘Jump Up’ is a gi­ant street party where lo­cals and tourists dance the night away to popular Caribbean beats. Join the weekly cel­e­bra­tion and in­dulge in de­li­cious bar­beque, cold beers on ice or a lo­cal rum. Still jumping after more than two decades Gros Islet Fri­day a must-do if you want a real lo­cal ‘lime’.

ANSE LA RAYE FISH FRY

Home of the ul­ti­mate fish fry! Ev­ery Fri­day, grills line the water­front streets of this west coast fish­ing vil­lage, where you can find the fresh­est fish and seafood served with lo­cal spe­cials such as hot bakes and roasted ears of corn.

DEN­NERY FISH FI­ESTA

In this east cost fish­ing vil­lage, a fun-filled beach­side bash un­folds ev­ery Satur­day night. You can’t go wrong spend­ing your evening sam­pling fresh fish and tra­di­tional St. Lu­cian recipes. Check it out!

SOUFRIERE CLUB WHIS­PERS

Whether you’re there for lunch or din­ner, grab­bing a drink dur­ing their fa­mous Fri­day night lime or un­wind­ing with a spe­cial cock­tail, Whis­pers is the place. Look out for fea­tured theme nights on Satur­days. Lo­cated on Bridge Street in Soufriere.

VIEUX FORT COAST­LINE BAR

Coast­line Bar brings beach bar en­ter­tain­ment to the South. They of­fer a pretty full bar, as well as light snacks. En­joy the cool sea breeze at gor­geous Sandy Beach with one of their awe­some drinks or check out their reg­u­lar BBQ’s and get a feel for the lo­cal way to lime.

IS­LAND BREEZE

on Sandy Beach in Vieux Fort is a real lo­cal favourite for day­time and nightlife. It’s well named, with a pleas­ant breeze al­ways keep­ing the pa­trons cool, and a spec­tac­u­lar view of Maria Is­land. Is­land Breeze has reg­u­lar live mu­sic from lo­cal bands, good food & drinks at de­cent prices. Check their Face­book page for the lat­est events.

DELIR­IUS

In the midst of the Rod­ney Bay ac­tion, this open-air bar and restau­rant turns into one of the strip’s hottest nightspots. Grab an amaz­ing cock­tail, en­joy the vibe and min­gle around their full ser­vice bar. The danc­ing starts in earnest after 11pm and goes on to the wee hours.

GRAV­ITY

On the Rod­ney Bay strip, Grav­ity is a lively mu­sic venue, restau­rant and bar, very popular with the young crowd. Great drinks spe­cials and spe­cial­ity cock­tails are all the rage. The out­door bar / in­door night­club keeps go­ing till late.

FIRE GRILL LOUNGE & BAR

Lo­cated op­po­site the Royal St Lu­cian Ho­tel, Fire Grill is good for lim­ing, din­ing, reg­u­lar live mu­sic and en­ter­tain­ment. With a friendly am­bi­ence, stylish decor and great clien­tele, there is al­ways some­thing go­ing on at the Fire Grill!

BIG CHEF STEAK­HOUSE

Ev­ery Satur­day, Big Chef fans are treated to live mu­sic from in­ter­na­tion­ally suc­cess­ful Lu­cian artistes. Jazz gui­tarist Ron­ald ‘Boo’ Hink­son or sax­o­phon­ist Au­gustin ‘Jab’ Du­p­lessis and vo­cal­ist Derede Wil­liams en­ter­tain the crowd with their smooth sounds – check lo­cally for dates.

HAPPY DAY BAR

At Happy Day Bar, drinks are or­dered in pairs. Chill out at their out­door water­front bar at the end of the Rod­ney Bay strip and in­dulge in some de­li­cious lo­cal drinks and cock­tails at fan­tas­tic prices!

Q-BAR

Look for the pur­ple neon Q along Rod­ney Bay's main drag and you'll find Q-Bar, with a great open air bal­cony over­look­ing the busy street. A cool crowd hangs out at the week­ends, and the vibe goes on late.

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