Andros, Bimini, and the Berry Islands

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  • 1. Big John's Bar & Grill

    Alice Town

    This waterside sports bar, restaurant, and tiny marina, patronized by the younger set, is one of the most popular places on-island to party, dance, and grab a cold beer, burger, or island snack. It's open from 12 pm until late. It now sports a snazzy humidor with authentic Cuban cigars. Come nightfall Thursday to Saturday, a fabulous local Bimini band plays live music combining pop, Bahamian hits, reggae, and soca. At midnight, a local DJ takes over and spins until 3 am. If you want to book a room in the boutique hotel upstairs be mindful of the loud vibes.

    King's Hwy.
    - 239 - 347–3117

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  • 2. Da Big Shop

    Overlooking Nicholl's Town Beach, Da Big Shop is as local as it gets. The 200-year-old building used to be Andros's only trading post for the sponge harvesters; unfortunately, the building has not aged well, but the interior bar, open daily from noon until late, is a good time. On the weekends it has DJs and on some holidays, a live band. For lunch or dinner, try Da Big Shop's island dinners, sandwiches, burgers, and pastas. It tends to attract local anglers and North Andros’s younger demographic. You might be the only tourists here.

    - 242 - 225–2947
  • 3. End of the World Saloon

    Bars/Pubs

    The back door of the small, noisy End of the World Saloon, better known by locals as "Sand Bar," is always open to the harbor. This place—with a sandy floor and visitors' graffiti, business cards, and other surprises on every surface—is a good spot to meet local folks over a beer and a lobster-and-conch pizza, while playing a game of ringtoss. The bar is near the heart of Alice Town, 100 yards from the Compleat Angler ruins, just steps away from Big John's.

    King's Hwy., Alice Town, North Bimini, Bahamas
  • 4. Hank's Place

    The overwater bar at Hank's Place Restaurant and Bar is the place to be on Saturday and some Fridays. Sunset is more of a relaxed scene; but come late night the music gets louder, people get "happier," and the dancing begins! It's also enjoyed by mostly young workers from the nearby AUTEC U.S. Navy base. It's open from 2 pm to 10 pm Tuesday to Friday, and until 3 am on Saturday.

    - 242 - 368–2447
  • 5. Cabana

    Bars/Pubs
    Closed Permanently

    This hole-in-the-wall island spot is a local hangout with reggae music and cheap drinks on the beach.

    Drigg's Hill, Driggs Hill, Andros Island, Bahamas
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  • 6. Colors Beach Cottage & Club

    Bars/Pubs
    Closed Permanently

    Colors Beach Cottage & Club attracts the young crowd to its "dive bar" vibe with music on the box and darts.

    Staniard Creek, Central Andros, Andros Island, Bahamas
    242-368–6303
  • 7. Sweet Mahogany Lounge

    Closed Permanently

    This speakeasy-type indoor bar and lounge, which caters mostly to professional locals, is relaxing with its low lights, soft music, air conditioner, and auto-massaging chairs. Island and American dishes and sandwiches are available. Open Tuesday through Sunday, from 6 pm until late.

    - 242 - 329--5557

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