St. Barts



An upscale nightlife addition to St. Jean, where you’re bound to meet some interesting characters as you stumble in after a late night of dancing, as long as you can get past the doormen.


A mainstay of St. Bart’s nightlife. The food is solid and the crowd what you would expect from this Manhattan outpost.

Le Ti

St. Bart’s legendary spot for cabaret shows, table dancing, and champagne sipping. Request a table in the main room, where you can sit amongst a gorgeous parade of singers and dancers.


Live jazz with a bluesy soul is the soundtrack at this waterfront sushi bar. Drawing an eclectic and lively crowd, it’s the kind of place you could run into Miranda Kerr or a French soldier on leave.

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