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I wasn't sure where to list this bar but decided nightlife would be the best.
This rum shack next to the manicured lawns area of Bathsheba (where most of the tourist buses will stop) is a great place to drink your Banks - at any time.
The locals are friendly and the staff can provide you with local information including bus times.
Definitely take time out to sit outside and enjoy your Banks with a great view out to the ocean - and at BS$3 for a bottle of Banks, its a bargain too!!
Dress Code: Very casual - no need to drag out your latest bling or designer wear, here its about sitting back, relaxing, discussing the cricket and enjoying yourself!
Updated Mar 9, 2010
Address: Bathsheba, Barbados
Where all the tourist operated coaches stop, you will find plenty of stalls selling all sorts of tourist wares. They all offer similar goods to those found all around the island but are clearly there for tourist coach tours only. Prices are nothing special and neither are the goods themselves, however, it is a popular stop for cruise ship tours.
What to buy: Rum products are plentiful.
What to pay: Prices are slightly cheaper than many areas.
Written Dec 26, 2009
Most Bajan restaurants either don't like any kind of smoking, or outright forbid it.
My boyfriend likes to smoke cigars sometimes, and he thought it would be okay to smoke a cigar in the RoundHouse restaurant after dinner.
Our waitress, using that Bajan charm of hers, asked him politely to put it out. She said, "As Barbadians, we are not used to any kind of smoke." Naturally, he did.
You could tell the pride in her voice when she said, "As Barbadians...." Barbadians are very proud of their country, but they're not used to some American ways, like smoking in restaurants. (A custom which is gradually phasing out in this country anyway.)
If you really need to smoke....you really don't need to go to Barbados.
Written Dec 27, 2003
Go to Bathsheba, the middle east part of the island. Many people body surfing at the bay here. The Round Roof Inn restaurant has decent yet simple food, we loved the 'breadfruit' soup. You sit high above at the terrace of the restaurant, the ocean breeze blows your hair, touches your face, you have a great view. The restaurant has a mediterranean feeling from inside.
Written Sep 27, 2002
Favorite thing: We stayed in the area in 1996 at the time of the surfing competition in November. The coast was beautiful. There are long shallow approaches to the beach so there is a long stretch for the rollers of the ocean to turn into surf.
In 2006, we drove through Bathsheba - the surfers (photo 3) were still there even if there was no organized competition. Our friend drove us up onto a cliff and looked back down on the town and the beach and the rocks.
Fondest memory: The beach is still as beautiful as ever, and the waves and surfers were still there. The sand is lovely for looking at and lying on. It is cooler here on the Atlantic side than on the west or south coast.
Updated Mar 27, 2011