Beach bars in St. Lucia offer the opportunity to grab a frosty rum cocktail and relax on endless stretches of soft sand with a rainforest backdrop and constant party vibe. Here you'll find not just great rum punch and craft cocktails, but good beer, fine wines, and fantastic food cooked up by some of the best chefs around.

    Whether you're in for the booze, the beer, the fresh-caught seafood, or Caribbean barbecue, or you just want to dance and party the days and nights away, the bars and clubs here will make it happen. Check out some of the best beach clubs in St. Lucia to enjoy morning coffee, eat bistro lunch, and party into the wee hours.

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    Bayside Bar, Sugar Beach

    Experience a passion for Caribbean heritage

    Bayside Bar at Sugar Beach takes full advantage of its beach meets jungle surroundings with food that shows passion for Caribbean heritage and live entertainment with casual vibes. Here you can enjoy craft pizza, speciality sandwiches, and grilled conch. The menu selections are vast and varied, sure to have something to offer anyone whether you're in for lunch, dinner, or late-night cocktails. Not only is it delicious, but it also showcases the cultural heritage of the region.

    While casual attire is accepted during the day, at dinner or at night, the bar and restaurant recommends resort chic dress. So grab a mojito with a twist and enjoy the beach to one side and the jungle to the other.

    Location: Val Des Pitons Forbidden Beach La Baie de Silence Soufrière, St. Lucia

    Open: Daily from 12.30 pm to 3 pm and from 6 pm to 10 pm

    Phone: +1 758-456-8000

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    Marjorie's

    Dine where Amy Winehouse sat

    Marjorie's beach bar in Cas en Bas beach offers local homemade Caribbean-style cuisine with speciality rum punch, sunbeds, and kite surfing at an iconic location. This bar is reputed to have been a favourite stop of pop star Amy Winehouse and maintains a fun vibe that's beloved by locals and visitors alike. Amongst their menu highlights is their Caribbean jerk chicken.

    You'll find tonnes of entertainment here from watching people ride horses along the beach to live music acts and of course, unbelievably dramatic ocean views. You won't find glitz, glam, or shining lights here. What you'll get is a real, authentic Caribbean bar experience with fresh and delicious local food.

    Location: 33RF+C59, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

    Phone: +1 758-520-0001

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    Spinnakers Beach Bar & Grill, Reduit Beach

    Enjoy simple, straightforward food with great views

    Spinnakers Beach Bar & Grill on Reduit Beach offers a simple, straightforward experience with stunning views and daily happy hours with a lively vibe. They're famed for their martinis and house cocktails like the piton snow with crushed ice, lime juice, coconut cream, and rum. It's a vibrant place with friendly staff and patrons ranging from sunbathers on the beach to day-trippers from cruise ships to yachters enjoying the open sea.

    It's also well known amongst beachgoers as a fine place to start off your day. They open for breakfast, and there's nothing like enjoying a cup of coffee while the Caribbean breeze whips through your hair.

    Location: 32GW+G59, Gros Islet, St. Lucia

    Open: Daily from 9 am to 11 pm

    Phone: +1 758-452-8491

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    Roots beach bar, Marigot Bay

    Kick back with chill Rastafarian vibes

    Roots beach bar on Marigot Bay is marked by a brightly-colored wooden shack in Rastafarian red, yellow, and green offering cold beer and chill vibes. The speciality food here is the spicy chicken prepared on a charcoal grill, with soaring palm trees to provide shade from the hot Caribbean sun. You can pull up a stool at the bar and chat with the owners who love to meet new people, and recharge the batteries in an ultra-casual setting.

    Here you'll enjoy fabulous drinks and food as reggae music thumps in the background while you overlook the clear blue surf crashing on the soft sand. It's the very archetype of a Caribbean beach bar, offering paradise on the sea.

    Location: La Bas Beach Marigot Bay, St. Lucia

    Phone: +1 758-719-9283

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    Naked Fisherman Beach Bar & Grill, Gros Islet

    Lay on beach beds with a craft cocktail

    Naked Fishermen Beach Bar & Grill on Gros Islet near the Cap Maison resort offers relaxed vibes with lounge beds in the sand and a wooden deck restaurant. Here you can enjoy dishes like barbecued lobster or outstanding craft burgers with a Caribbean twist. The surf here is also ideal for watersports, so bring your bodyboard. You can also enjoy live music here almost daily from local acts.

    Legend has it while the resort was being built, three fishermen used to swim here completely naked every morning. Those fishermen are long gone but their legacy remains in the relaxed vibes, so kick back and chill out with good food, drinks, and friends.

    Location: Smugglers Cove Road Gros Islet, St. Lucia

    Open: Saturday–Thursday from 9 am to 10 pm, Friday from 9 am to 5 pm

    Phone: +1 758-457-8694

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    Jambe de Bois, Pigeon Island

    Discover a hidden gem food stand

    Jambe de Bois on Pigeon Island is a hidden gem food stand located in the heart of a national park offering beachfront views, island atmospheres, and delicious simple menus. The food stand is made from stone and driftwood with a thatched roof and has a deck dotted with picnic tables and a relaxed and casual vibe. Sit back with a cocktail to take advantage of happy hour and chow down on salads, sandwiches, and local curries and seafood.

    Every weekend, locals come here to enjoy live jazz music. You can also head inside to check out a very cool art gallery with local works that are all for sale and make ideal souvenirs to take home.

    Location: 32RP+P4 Gros Islet, St Lucia

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    SeaGrapes Beach Bar & Restaurant, Gros Islet

    Explore the unique St. Lucian culinary culture

    SeaGrapes Beach Bar & Restaurant on Gros Islet serves up uniquely St. Lucian cuisine made from fresh seafood just off the boat with a relaxed barefoot beach vibe. You'll be able to sit down and enjoy fantastic dishes paired with craft cocktails, all nestled within a cove offering spectacular views of the Pigeon Island National Park. The dress code is casual, the staff and patrons friendly, and the surroundings pristine.

    SeaGrapes is open for lunch and dinner with late nights twice a week. It's part of the Bay Gardens Beach Resort and Spa but is open to the public, so stop in for a unique dining experience.

    Location: Rodney Bay, St. Lucia

    Open: Monday, Wednesday–Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, Sunday and Tuesday from 10 am to 10 pm

    Phone: +1 758-457-8531

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    Trou Au Diable Beach Restaurant, Anse Chastanet

    Have a romantic candlelight dinner

    Trou A Diable Beach Restaurant in Anse Chastanet offers lunch and dinner and transforms into a special candlelight experience twice a week with a special Indian-themed Caribbean seafood menu. The executive chef celebrates Indian cuisine on these nights to offer a unique fusion with dishes like mahi-mahi marinated in pickled mango with tandoori spices and a side of fennel mashed potatoes.

    On all days, regardless of the menu or experience, the restaurant uses strictly organic produce from the resort's own island farm. If you're looking to find a place for a romantic dinner for two, Trou au Diable may just be the ideal spot. Get a one-of-a-kind fusion meal with stunningly romantic Caribbean views.

    Location: Anse Chastanet, St. Lucia

    Phone: +1 758-459-7000

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    Jungle-Beach Grill, Anse Mamin

    Try some authentic Caribbean barbecue

    Jungle Beach Grill in Anse Mamin is open daily and offers a laid-back atmosphere on soft white sands surrounded by jungle rainforest and grilled Caribbean barbecue. You can enjoy a wide range of meals here including a jungle vegan burger for those who don't enjoy meat, creole chicken sandwiches, and delectable desserts like an organic chocolate brownie with caramelised cashews and tropical fruit compote. Burgers here are served up with plantain chips, which are a unique island touch.

    The Jungle Beach Grill is part of the Anse Chastanet resort on their second beach. It is, however, open to the public and offers something for just about anyone.

    Location: Anse Mamin Beach, Bouton, St. Lucia

    Phone: +1 800-223-1108

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    Callaloo Beach Bar and Grill, Gros Island

    Have a cold beer and farm-to-table food

    Callalloo Beach Bar and Grill on Gros Island is a casual spot that's ideal for a light mid-day snack, cold beer, or even a full meal from an imaginative farm-to-table meal. It's part of The Landings Resort and Spa but the public can visit. The cocktail menu offers up a selection of local and craft beer, house wines, and spirits, including several pages of signature and international cocktails.

    Light lunches here consist of soup, Cajun calamari, chicken wings, sandwiches, and other lite fare. At dinner, you can enjoy healthy bites like papaya salad or a classic cheeseburger. It's all delicious but simple and straightforward, just a great restaurant with stunning beachside views.

    Location: Pigeon Island Causeway Gros Islet, St. Lucia

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