Get the party started

Get the party started

As the temperature drops, the atmosphere heats up. St Barts has a wealth of enticing cocktail bars, live music venues and clubs to enjoy. Follow our St Barts nightlife guide and book your seat at one of the hottest tables on the island…

Pre-party cocktails

Our night begins in Gustavia sipping some of the island’s finest cocktails at Quarter Kitchen and Cocktail Lab. We can’t leave before popping into their Rhum Room for its speakeasy atmosphere and menu of over 600 rums, the largest selection in the Caribbean.

Live music and cabaret

As the rhythm of the night begins to pick up, we wander down to Baz Bar in Gustavia. With live music, a harbourside bar and seriously temping sushi menu, no trip to St Barts would be complete without a visit. But, if you’re craving something truly wild, you’ll need to take a cab to Pointe Milou. Here you’ll find Le Ti, a burlesque club and island institution since 1995. It’s raunchy. It’s fabulous. You may be forced to wear fancy dress. Put it on your must-do list if you’re travelling with a group of friends.

Into the night

As the small hours draw nearer, we either head to Bagatelle in Gustavia, or hop in a taxi to Modjo in St Jean. Bagatelle is a chic New York style restaurant by day, but it transforms into a club atmosphere by night thanks to its resident DJ and ‘Super Mojitos’. Modjo also attracts some serious night owls (it doesn’t normally get going till after midnight!) with its themed nights and house music. Better have that spa booking ready for the following morning…

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