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Lone star, Barbados

Description: Lone star

A deeply alamorous vibe and clintele defly mask the fact that this St James haunt was once a garage. Now a four- room inn and beachside restaurant, it has crisp blue awnings, white tablecloths and alick crowd of European guests. In a destination known for inspiring indolent days, the Lone Star actually motivates people to plan in advance: tickets to its New Year’s Eve After- Party ( with a band and DJ ) go on sale in September. 00 1 246 419 0599; main from US$18

Mullins Restaurant & Cocktail Bar, Barbados

Description: Mullins Restaurant

Mullins Restaurant

Pipng out a stream  of regagae and calpso, this beach shack in St peter is one of the island’s busiest lunch spots. It is near a Robert Trent Jones Jr- designed golf course, banana- boat rental stalls, a beach trampoline, plus rock- climbing and turtle tours. The crowd doesn’t descend just for the flying- fish sanwich, but it is a draw, as is the Cajun- spiced mahi- mahi at dinner space is limited, so book ), and the rum punch: it is three parts strong ( rum ), two parts weak ( water ), and one part sour ( lime juice ). 00 1 246 422 2044; mains  from US$25

Incle Roddy’s Beach Bar & Grill, Barbuda

Description: Incle Roddy’s Beach Bar & Grill, Barbuda

Incle Roddy’s Beach Bar & Grill, Barbuda

Clear day at Uncle Roddy’s yield views of Antigua, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis. Over grilled local lobster, you will watch these islands fade into a tie- dyed by the whirr of agenerator: the place is completely solar powered: Dinner needs to be booked ahead. Incidentally, the eponymous Roddy was once a barman at Barbuda’s famous K Club resort: ‘I used to look after Princess Diana,’ he says. If his cocktails were good enough for her, you can be sure that the Barbuda Smash ( rum, Coitreau, pineapple juice, lime and bitters ) is good enough for you. 00 1 268 785 3268; mains from US$11

Wreck Bar & Grill at Rum Point, Grand Cayman

Description: Wreck Bar & Grill at Rum Point, Grand Cayman

Wreck Bar & Grill at Rum Point, Grand Cayman

One of the finest bars on Grand Cayman, and with the fewest airs and graces, this rustic place, right on the powder- white and of the island’s north- west point, is a 50- minute drive from the neon lghits of Seven Mile Beach ( it is best to go by speedboat ) and a real local’s local. There are hammocks slung between the trees, amazing snorkelling right from the beach ( a huge but friendly barracuda lives under the jetty ), delicious conch fritters and jug- loads of the Caymans’ ever- popular national drink, the Frozen Mudslide ( Khalua, Baileys, vodka and ice ), which is said to have been invented here. 00 1 345 947 9412 mais from US$7

Time ‘N’ Place, Jamaica

Description: Time ‘N’ Place, Jamaica

Time ‘N’ Place, Jamaica

This that ched beach shack in Trelawny is much more low- key than those in Montego Bay or Negril. In fact, it looks so charmingly authentic it has become a favourite backdrop for fashion shoots. Jerk beef- marinated for a week- is the speciality. A cruise- ship terminal in nearby Falmouth recently began disgorging guests, but you can still enjoy relatively serene that is great for birdwatching. And there are night cruises in a nearby bio- luminescent bay. 00 1 876 843 3625; mais from US$5

Foxy’s, Jost Van Dyke

Description: Foxy’s, Jost Van Dyke

For more than 40 years, Foxy Callwood and his wife Tessa have been throwing the Caribbean’s most rollicking party at this ‘mother bar of JostVan Dyke’.  There are guitarists at lunch and happy hour, live bands three nights a week, and beach barbecues on Friday and Saturday nights- a siren song to anyone in the BVIs with a yacht, dinghy or catamaran. The menu of focused on the catch  of the day and selections from the bar’s own microbrewery. Despite its reputation for rowdiness, Foxy’s is child- friendly: there’s snorkelling and swimming, and there will soon be a scale model of a sloop to teach kids how to sail. ‘We had a giant trampoline out back,’ says Tessa, ‘but the drunks kept falling off’. 00 1 284 495 9258; mains from US$ 22

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