Chateau Mygo House of Seafood Live Band Night
What better way to enjoy the view from the Chateau Mygo dock, than having an ice cold beer and being entertained in true island spirits by our very own West Coast band. Band plays various types of genres, form Calypso, Reggae, Zouk and Blues. Special requests can be made as well. Get a feel of the St. Lucian culture through the music and island beats.
Come dance the night away every Tuesday and Thursday, grab a beer or a cocktail or our special blend house Rum Punch and dance like no one is watching. Let the rhythm of the music move your feet.
Hurricane Hole Bar at Chateau Mygo
Looking to relax in a great atmosphere, come on down to Hurricane Hole Bar. Hassan the bartender and his very warm and welcoming personality will guarantee you a great time. Speciality cocktails, and the Hassan special Rum Punch, guests can't get enough of this rum punch. Hassan will make you feel at home. Hurricane Hole opens every days from 3pm until you can't drink no more ! The ambience and environment is unexplainable and our friendly staff are dedicated to serve you and add that extra caribbean vibe. Happy Hour at the Hurricane Hole bar starts EVERYDAY at 5pm and ends at 6pm. Our happy hour specials are 2-4-1 on all cocktails and beers! The open dock on which the bar sits allow you to be as close as possible to the water and our newly added underwater lights attract all marine life to entertain you while you sip on a lovely caribbean cocktail.
The hurricane hole bar is situated on the same property as the Chateau Mygo Restaurant making it even more convenient to have fresh and delicious bar snacks and bar food while having fun! Chips and Salsa, Conch fritters, Fish cakes, Chicken Wings and freshly baked thin crust pizza are just a few items that are readily available for our customers who wish to have a quick bite while enjoying a drink. The hurricane hole bar is also well equipped with two plasma screen televisions which are always switched on to the sports channel to view any international or regional game. Upon arrival at marigot bay one shall soon find out that the Hurricane Hole bar is no doubt the place to be!!
Gros Islet Street Party
Friday-night "jump-ups" are weekly street parties where islanders let it rip. These jump-ups, especially for guests of all-inclusives, offer a real opportunity to get out and mix with the locals. For reggae and hot times, head for the gatherings at Gros Islet, attracting both St. Lucians and the visiting yachties from Rodney Bay. You won't go hungry: Stall after stall hawks barbecued meats along with such sides as rice 'n' beans and a tuber called dasheen, as seafood sizzles over hot coals and the smell of barbecued chicken whets appetites.
Here, one should never be without a drink because there are always simple beer or rum promotions where discounts are given on any one particular drink for the night. Enormous speakers are set up at the top of the street and fills the air with sweet caribbean reggae, soca, zouk and calypso. The festivities start from 8pm and ends at 2 am Saturday morning giving you enough time to experience the all the local seafood, have a drink or two, talk and laugh with loved ones, mingle with the locals and dance the night away!
Anse LaRaye Fish Fry
More jump-ups take place at Anse la Raye on St. Lucia's western shore. Rum and reggae flow from about 6pm to midnight or beyond, every Friday. Stalls along the Anse la Raye waterfront often sell fresher and better seafood than you get in the upmarket dining rooms of the all-inclusives -- conch, lobster, mahimahi, and even "potfish." Islanders claim that if you drink a "sea-moss shake" (seaweed, milk, sugar, and fruit), you'll keep jumping up throughout the night.
Dennery Fish Feista
Another fishing village on the East coast, which host a fresh fish fry every Saturday. This fish fry is located right on the beach, you can hear the waves crashing in and feel the sand in your toes. Stalls and grills popping with the days catch of mahi mahi, red snapper, potfish, conch, lobsters and many more. Dare to be brave with your taste buds and try other types of seafood. Live Dj music and performances. Caribbean soca music, Zouk, African music, Reggae and lots more.