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Le Schiva

Le Schiva (Baie du Moule, Le Moule, Grande-Terre) – this nightspot is for those who want to sample French Caribbean sounds – from Zouk to Haitian Kompa.  Various singers from the island and other parts of the French Caribbean are regularly booked there.  

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Le Cheyenne

Le Cheyenne (Quartier de Montauban, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre)  – this is perhaps the biggest nightclub anywhere in Guadeloupe.  The “Cheyenne” name comes from the American West, with the clubs décor reflecting that, complete with a huge Native-American head perched above its entrance.  The crowd is most young 20-something-year-old French visitors.  The music played here ranges […]

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Lakaza

Lakaza (rue Thomas Edison, Baie Mahault, Basse-Terre) – various French Caribbean acts – from Zouk to Haitian Kompa, as well as Reggae, are regularly booked here.  See its website for more details:  www.lakasa-musik.com  

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La Cascade

La Cascade (Grande Ravine, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre)  — this club plays a variety of Caribbean sounds – from Salsa to Zouk music.  It sometimes books live Zouk music acts for local and international patrons.  

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Hemingway Restaurant and Lounge

Hemingway Restaurant and Lounge (Hôtel de Charme & Spa de la Pointe Batterie, Route N2, Deshaies, Basse-Terre)  – this is a bar that sometimes becomes a dance club.  Friday is Jazz night here, with Saturday offering tropical sounds, and Sundays offering a buffet with live music.   Patrons also come here for the great seaside view.

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Bar Fonzy

Fonzy Bar (Route Mathurin Poucette, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre) – this is a local bar that plays all types of music (from rock to House music).  Wednesday is Karaoke night.

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Chez Cécile

Chez Cécile (Terre-De-Haut, Îles Des Saintes) – a local hangout bar otherwise known as “Coconuts”, which get high marks for its “Maï Tai” drinks/

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Bar La Rhumeri

Bar La Rhumerie (Le Mahogany Hotel, Le Gosier, Grande-Terre) –located near “Le Zawag” restaurant, this bar, with fine lounge furnishing, serves home-made “Accras” (fritters) and rum-infused cocktails to a multi-national crowd during the late afternoon and evenings.

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Café Américano

Américano Café (2 Ave. Hégésippe Ibene, Sainte-Anne, Grande-Terre) – this is a lively beachside bar that plays various forms of music – even from the American 1960s.  

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Américano Café

Américano Café (2 Ave. Hégésippe Ibene, Sainte-Anne, Grande-Terre) – this is a lively beachside bar that plays various forms of music – even from the American 1960s.