Montserrat Nightlife

Although Montserrat is better known for another kind of wildlife, Friday-night revelers lime in roadside rum shops scattered around the island, often spilling out on the street as part of the informal evening culture. There's no closing time, and many bars serve yummy, authentic local food. Salem is party central (the roadside sign says, "Welcome to fun and revelry"). Little Bay is being developed

as the island capital (the government will remain in Brades); in season the Hot Spot is a collection of a dozen watering holes between the "town" and Cultural Center; Festival Village is a gathering of pop-up bars during festivals.

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Garry Moore's Wide Awake Bar

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This perennial favorite doesn't close as long as customers are thirsty. The name was a teasing reference to Garry's penchant for napping...

Howe's Rum Shop

  • Bars/Pubs

This is the best spot on the island for shooting pool and the breeze; get here early for luscious fried and barbecued chicken, liberally...

Let's Go Limin'

  • Bars/Pubs

In season, artist Harriet Peakes runs a rollicking "Rumshop Tour" of three to four truly local watering holes where you can lime, drink,...

Soca Cabana

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This hot spot offers live Caribbean beats, as the name implies. But expat owner Tom Walker is passionate about the island's musical heritage...

Treasure Spot Cafe

  • Music Clubs

Lydia, the owner of the Treasure Spot, often books the island's up-and-coming musicians (usually One Man Band but also Pops Morris, Hero,...