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Anse La Raye "Seafood Friday"

Anse La Raye "Seafood Friday" Review

For a taste of St. Lucian village life, head for this street festival, which is held every Friday night. Beginning at 6:30 pm, the main street in this tiny fishing village—about halfway between Castries and Soufrière—is closed to vehicles, and the residents prepare what they know best: fish cakes, grilled or stewed fish, hot bakes (biscuits), roasted corn, boiled crayfish, and lobster (grilled before your eyes). Prices range from a few cents for a fish cake or bake to $10 or $15 for a whole lobster, depending on its size. Walk around, eat, chat with the local people, and listen to live music until the wee hours of the morning.

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  • Address: Main St., off the West Coast Hwy. Anse la Raye
  • Location: St. Lucia
Updated: 02-28-2014

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