There are some nightclubs and restaurants to choose from.
Shamrock Pub - a nightclub along the waterfront offers some a open air style.
Check out nightly entertainment at the Wyndham Morgan Bay Resort
Dress Code: Elegantly casual is allowed
Most places are good. On a night lots of people are out and there are kid's out aswell.I found one club which was called Indies. It's phone number is 452 0727.
Everywhere has it's own qualities. It just depends where you go.
Dress Code: For the club I said about the dress sense is proper dress. Most places is just casual though.
Other than the 'Jump Up' street party in Gros Islet every Friday night, there is not much for nightlife. If you go to this party (and you should!), don't carry much cash, and ladies, don't take your purse!! You don't want to take any un-necessary chances.
Rodney Bay is filled with Lucians and tourists looking for a good time. Try the Lime (there's music downstairs, skip the horrible disco upstairs), there's a DJ and live music outside the Triangle Pub, and Shamrock's Pub also has a DJ and live music as well as pool tables for those not wanting to dance.
Dress Code: CASUAL!
Formerly the Three Amigos, the place has been converted to the Tropicana and is a mellow bar right on the marina most nights. But when they throw a soca jam!! Watch out! Bodies everywhere and the music and the water makes dancing infectious.
Dress Code: Casual
Indies in Rodney Bay was packed on a Wednesday night where $20 (or it could have been 10) EC gets you drinks all night long and a lot of hip hop, soca, reggae and R&B until the wee hours of the morning.
Definitely a local thing. The place was full of Lucians wining up on anything and everything in sight. The music was great and the vibe was cool...
Dress Code: Outfits ranged from super casual to super hot, but, generally, tourists get away with a little more, but skip the jeans...
The Lime and Indies Nightclub.
St.Lucia isn't a party Island,but these two places offered a pretty decent night out.