While we were there they had the Junkanoo Festival. It was aewsome. There were so many Local foods and drinks. Singing and dancing all night long. I was so excited we got to go, I had been wanting to ever since I saw the movie After the Sunset. :-)
Dress Code: Casual, Tropical
So Green Turtle Cay, a short 15 minute water taxi from Treasure Cay, is by far my favorite Bahamian island. Please go there! ANyways, once you get to the island (which is pretty easy by the way,) you've got to head to Sundowner's in the famous "Old Downtown" at the southernmost tip of the island. Later, head to Pineapple's just up the road. For a bit more flare and live music, the Green Turtle Club on Marsh Harbor in the middle of the island is a great option.
GTC is only 3 x 1 miles long, so you can navigate the entire island by golf cart in under an hour. If you're going to the Abacos anytime soon, look for GTC!
Dress Code: absolutely whatever
It was a different experience dancing on a ship with the waves and the motion. It certainly made drinking your Bahama Mama's a fun night. But the night club on the cruise was full of fun and meeting new people, which some were rather interesting!
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.
While the Atlantis nightclub dragon and the casino are great nightspots, it's really only inhabited by tourists. If you want to mingle with natives go over the bridge and head over to the zoo (about a 25 min drive) or the waterloo (about a 10 min drive) where you'll find simple but spacious accomadations with an outdoor pool and grill where you can buy burgers and snacks when you get hungry toward the end of the night. And of course great reggae music!
Dress Code: shorts, tank tops, flip-flops, anything goes!
Cruise ships travel mostly by night giving you plenty of time at your destination. You can gamble, both on ship and in the Bahamas. Drink alot and most things at night. The cruise ship left Miami at sunset.
Chicken took me to some night club.
They were playing dominoes for money & they're very serious about it. There was
an outdoor dance floor on the beach & they were playing lots of dance hall reggae.
Dress Code: Casual
The nightlife on The Abaco Islands centres around the bars at Marsh Harbour’s various inns and marinas. And if you arrive too late to catch a favourite artist or group, check around. Most proprietors share schedules and offer live music at different places on different nights. Check locally for schedule updates about who is appearing where.
Whether it’s live music, dancing or local island grooves -- you’ll find it all in the Abaco nightclubs.
Miss Emily's Blue Bee Bar was the most unique night spot I had ever been in.
Everyone dances and has great fun.
Dress Code: Wear cool comfortable casual clothing.
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
A fun place to go to gamble, get an after-dinner drink, or just people watch. The casino is actually very nice (compared to others I've been in) and the Atlanis complex exudes an almost Vegas atmosphere.
Dress Code: none
New Year is Bahamian Mardi Gras and there are parades and music that start about 5:00 AM New Years Day. We partied until Midnight and then got some sleep so we could be at the parade site by 06:00 AM. There was almost no place left to watch from! It was packed and the parade was wonderful.
I had a great time with my American compadres in the Breezes bar and club. But to really get an idea of what the Bahamian nightlife is like ask a local to take you to one of their clubs. You will definately need a couple of drinks before venturing onto that dance floor!
Dress Code: Not for the faint hearted.
Jokers Wild Comedy Club was established in 1989 and over the years has entertained over a half million visitors with great comedy entertainment at a reasonable price.
Admission is $15.00 per person, with no reservations (open seating), and a capacity of 150 people. The doors open at 9:00 PM and the shows start at 9:30 PM. For special events, which are held 4-6 times a year, prices and show times are subject to change.
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