Grand Bahama, The Bahamas
Red Dog Sports bar its across from the International Bazzar& Pub on the mall a great spot for meeting& mixing with people.I enjoyed this place.
I would have to say RUM RUNNERS ON GRAND BAHAMAS. BYE port Lucaya,this place was jumping at night too, im sorry that i didnt know all the new dances..
Dress Code: Casual shorts dress shirt i wore..
You can't go to Grand Bahama without somebody trying to sell you tickets to the Bahama Mama Booze Cruise. You get all the Bahama Mamas you can drink and hors d'oevres too. They warn you that the drinks will sneak up on you, but I disagree. Those drinks stand right up in front of you and smack you in the face! A bus ride is included in the ticket price and it is highly recommended that you take it! Admission is $29, and children are not allowed.
Dress Code: There is no dress code, but most people dressed smartly.
It might seem small and simple bar, but that's just the Bahamian way! Start the night there, have a Tequila, watch someone drinking a bodyshot, laugh, meet the owner, talk to local people! Enjoy it!
Dress Code: Just wear comfortable clothes
Purssers pub at port Lucaya has drinks called 'pain killers' no.#1-12, this is how many shots of rum they slather in,ya they add a tip in the price!leave a tip and I think the Bartender will slather a lot more rum In!!My wife loves the place!! I remember years ago when I was at this place so paralized !on 'pain killers'I would watch the ice drop down a clear tube from upstairs to the ice bin,for excitement!!thats called relaxing!
THE night life at lucaya market place hops also the bars at the Our Lucaya resort like the Prop club and other places on the grounds have nightly specials that even locals come to.
Dress Code: Cassual to upscale
Get a pina colada and settle down with your friends or significant other on one of the benches or tables around the courtyard in the marketplace, where free music is offered nightly by local bands, and the locals as well as the tourists gather and occasionally dance.
The music is free, and although the quality of the performances vary, it is almost always enjoyable, and is a nice, romantic way to sample the local culture.
Dress Code: Whatever you want - if you're coming from a nice restaurant like La Dolce Vita, being dressed up is certainly appropriate, though if you are coming from the beach, a halter top and shorts is fine too.
THEY ARE EVERYWHERE...JUST DEPENDS ON WHERE YOU ARE AT...MY FAVORITE PLACE, FREEPORT...HAS A LOT OF NIGHTLIFE...MY PERSONAL FAVORITE WAS PORT LUCAYA AND THE BAHAMA MAMA BOOZE CRUISE
Dress Code: ANYTHING YOU WOULD LIKE
In Freeport, just go to the center of the marketplace and there is music every night along with performers. The show only lasts until about 11p but there are some other clubs around that stay open later if you want more to do.
There is a little outside bar in the marketplace; called the Pub at Port Lucaya. They have the best strawberry margaritas and the bartenders are just great.
Dress Code: No real dress code. Shorts or little dresses.
A nightclub with Bahamian music and dancers, glass eating, fire eating, decent food and reasonable prices.
Dress Code: It's the islands, man. Wear what you want.