Nightclubs and bars in Dominica

  • Liz and her Rum Punch (November 2013)
    Liz and her Rum Punch (November 2013)
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  • Enjoying some Kubuli
    Enjoying some Kubuli
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    Ruins Rock Cafe: Enjoying some local beer and Rum Punch

    by cjg1 Updated Jun 5, 2015

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    My wife and I spend half of our day on an island tour and were in need of a nice refreshing drink to beat the heat. My wife was told by a local to visit The Ruins Rock Cafe for a "local" experience that wasn't too touristy and had a good Rum Punch.

    We found the place rather easily; down a side street off the main waterfront area. The place was rather large with some seats at the bar area and sets of long picnic like tables throughout the dining area. It was a casual no frills sort of place; just grab a seat and wait for someone to take your drink order. The place was quite busy so it took about ten minutes to place our drink order but the delivery was fast. I chose to try their local beer, "Kubuli" while my wife ordered a Rum Punch.

    Drinks arrived quickly. My beer was nice and cold with a crisp flavor; quite nice. My wife liked her Rum Punch but it was not to her personal tastes. Rum Punch is different from island to island and this rum punch was full of grapefruit juice which is not a favorite flavor of my wife; nor is she supposed to have anything grapefruit as it interferes with her medication. She did love the Tiki looking cup that the drink was served in; complete with half a coconut shell as a topper to hold the straw in place. She wound up ordering a Kubuli and left the Rum Punch to the side.

    We had a fun time here enjoying our drinks, people watching and chatting with some other travellers who happen to wander in. I'd definitely return here again and maybe next time I'll be hungry enough to try some of their delicious looking food items.

    Dress Code: Casual: come as you are.

    Liz and her Rum Punch (November 2013) Rum Punch with a coconut shell topper Enjoying some Kubuli

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  • There is none

    by travelingfrog Written Mar 1, 2008

    If you are a disco/bar/nightlife lover, you better look someplace else. There is nothing to do in Dominica after dark - which lands over the island around 7.00PM.
    But the sunset is fabulous and you can enjoy a nice dinner while taking in the wonderful colors as they change.

    Dress Code: Most restaurants are casual.

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    The Warehouse Disco: Dance, Dance, Dance

    by BROOKS Written Aug 9, 2007

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    Just a five minute drive north of Roseau is the island's major dance club packed every Saturday. Recorded disco, reggae, and other music is played from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. in this 200 year old stone building once used to store rum. The cover is $12 EC/$4.45 USD.

    Dress Code: Generally club chic-no sneakers, hats

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    Nightlife in Dominica....Um...

    by BownLovingFreak Written Mar 19, 2006

    Dominica isn't known for being a nightlife kind of place. Lots of people go to sleep early and head off once dark. However, I would imagine Rosseau and Portsmouth have some stuff going on. I heard there is only one functioning disco-tech. Not sure though. Portsmouth has an American medical there might be some stuff there. Beware..some of the nightly bars are also places to pick up women...AKA Prostitutes.

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    Rum Shops

    by iamcan Updated Jan 9, 2011

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    Don't be afraid to visit where the locals hang out. Relaxing is the best time to meet and make friends.

    Pals from Salisbury at Grant's a.k.a. Local's Bar

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  • Spider's: Caught in the Spider's web...

    by delphis Written Feb 13, 2003

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    Great little 'hole-in-the-wall' serving cheap beers, good selection of rums, and the famous and delicious 'Spider Pies'

    Dress Code: Staying-power required

    Caught in the web at Spider's, Dominica

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