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St Lucia Nightlife

St Lucia’s night life is not to be missed.  Whether you are interested in food, beverages, or live band and DJs, there is something for everyone. Much of the St Lucian entertainment scene is al fresco or plays out on wide patios, giving the impression that the energy of a night out is too much to contain.  

Rodney Bay - in the north of the island, is home to several restaurant/bars which are transformed in the evenings:-

Buzz (http://buzzstlucia.com/) - Steak and seafood - al fresco dining available - with live music on Wednesday nights.

Big Chef - www.bigchefsteakhouse.com - Steak house with perfectly cooked Angus beef, fish and seafood, in a relaxed but chic setting.

Razmataz - www.razmatazrestaurant.com - and Spice of India - www.spiceofindiastlucia.com - Authentic Indian Cuisine.

Memories of Hong Kong - Chinese restaurant. (http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g147344-d1018549-Reviews-...)

Delirious (http://deliriusstlucia.com/) is a lively bar with DJs, live bands and dancing. They serve up great cocktails, and if you are in the mood, they have a very tasty menu too. Often, Delirious is also the end point for those looking for a fun night out.   

Coconutz - pool table, dart board, casual Mexican food, sometimes live music. (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g147344-d7624736-Reviews-CO...)

Matthews - www.matthewsstlucia.com - popular bar/restaurant

IGY Rodney Bay Marina - www.igy-rodneybay.com - has a wide variety of restaurants and bars from Sushi to pizzas, gourmet breakfast and coffee - all available within easy walking distance of each other.  All are situated with lovely views of the Marina and the boat traffic.  The place usually hums on Friday nights.

Many of the hotels offer live evening entertainment.

Beachside/waterfront restaurants - Spinnakers (http://spinnakersbeachbar.com/) on Reduit Beach, The Naked Fisherman (http://nakedfishermanstlucia.com/) on Smugglers Cove, Coal Pot (http://www.coalpotrestaurant.com/) in Vigie.