Situated on East Bay Street between the two bridges to Paradise Island, Hammerheads is the epitome of an island bar and grill, that doubles as a dance spot at night. Wanna get "Hammered"? Try one of two specialty drinks--The Sharkfeeder, a mix of vodka, Blue Curacao and blended juices or the Hammerhead Scullywash, a concoction of gin, coconut water, Baileys and special spices. On Friday nights fun local bands play on the patio, so get there early!
A small chain with locations in Mexico and the Caribbean, Senor Frog's caters mostly to tourists, functioning as a festive family friendly restaurant by day and a lively nightclub by night. The menu is big, with enough choice to please everyone, even kids. The unique Mexican Shrimp Cocktail is fabulous, and south of the border salads are hearty and satisfying. In addition to specialties like Winter Sabana (a thin beef filet covered with refried beans, salsa verde and Monterey Jack, served with a side of tortillas), there are a few American favorites as well, such as steaks, burgers and ribs. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights Senor Frog's welcomes live bands, and other nights there's karaoke or a DJ, but whatever the entertainment, you can be sure the crowd will be dancing and partying til the wee hours.
Known for outlandish special events and Caribbean dance hall scene, Charlie's is a local hangout that is open late - until 4am! Thursday nights are ladies nights! Strong drinks and a crazy vibe make this the place to be late night!
While parents are out partying, teens can dance the night away at Crush, a club for teens aged 13 to 17 and tweens ages 9 to 13 vacationing on Paradise Island. Crush is a 14,000 square-foot space that boasts an internet lounge and a gaming room with motion-sensored Xbox games, a floor-to-ceiling gaming tree with 24 gaming consoles, ten private gaming cabanas, and even a selection of iPads for internet browsing.
One of the most refreshing night clubs in Nassau, Bambu is a favorite of visitors and locals alike. With music as mixed as its clientele, this crowd-pleaser always offers a thrillingly new experience. Bambu's open-air bar and dance floor overlook the harbor, enabling clubbers to grab a drink while moving to the music and enjoying warm Bahamian breezes drift through the crowd. This vivacious venue starts hopping after midnight, so party-seekers should arrive late.
Unwind and enjoy a cocktail and great music in Atlantis's ultra lounge, located next to the casino floor. During the week, it is a more of a relaxing bar scene, but during the weekends people take to the dance floor. Local bands perform on select nights.
A popular place to dance until dawn while in the Bahamas, this 9,000-square-foot night club boasts dedicated DJs spinning stellar beats that beckon guests of Atlantis Casino up the grand staircase and into the entrancing world of Aura. A dazzling glass dance floor surrounded by plush banquet seating accommodates plenty of dancing and drinking, and the two bars serve creative concoctions sure to please. VIP areas are perfect for private parties and celebrity stargazing.
As one of Nassau's newest hot spots, the Bahamas Boom Beach Club has something going on every night. Mondays are Latin dance night, Tuesdays are "wild" nights for cruisers, Wednesday is disco night, Thirsty Thursday means drinks specials, and Friday and Saturday are parties late into the night!
Housed in a spectacular lakeside mansion in the Bahamas, this landmark night club has been entertaining locals and in-the-know tourists for decades. In addition to fun tropical vibes and a sensational setup boasting two dance floors, six bars, a central pool and an outdoor area, Club Waterloo features a daily happy hour with unbeatable prices, live bands every Friday and Saturday and an incredible music variety ranging from hip hop to reggae and rock.