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Bermuda Nightlife: Where to Go Out Now

Nightlife in Bermuda is as diverse as the island’s culture, offering sophisticated lounges, lively dance clubs, laid-back pubs and more. What they all have in common is a love of life and a welcoming vibe. Here’s where to go now.

City of Hamilton

1609 Bar & Restaurant

Named for the year Bermuda’s first settlers arrived, this bar and restaurant in the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is elevated above the waters of Hamilton Harbour, offering uninterrupted panoramic seascapes to feast your eyes on. The perfect cocktail to go along with the view? The Shipwreck, a shot of double-barrel aged rum (blended exclusively for 1609) served over ice.

Harry's

Happy hour at Harry's is not to be missed. The restaurant's namesake, Harry Cox, was a famed Bermuda deep sea diver. But he was also known for his special rum blend, which is made to Harry's exact specifications here. Aske the bartender for Harry's signature cocktail. Thank us later. 

Bermuda Bistro at the Beach

Grab a Dark 'n Stormy® – one of the island’s signature drinks – and mingle with locals at this popular spot on Hamilton's Front Street. Bermuda Bistro at the Beach is open until 3 am seven days a week, with DJs spinning on weekends, you will find a spot that heats up as the night goes on.

Café Cairo

Enjoy a little taste of Egypt in Bermuda. Café Cairo is one of Front Street’s hottest spots, and its décor features Egyptian touches throughout while still staying modern. Hit the dance floor and dance all night (it’s open until 3 am), relax in the hookah lounge or chill out on pillows in the Bedouin-style tented dining room, serving great Middle Eastern food. 

1609 Bar & Restaurant

| Credit: Hamilton Princess

Docksider Pub & Restaurant

Looking for a lively, casual atmosphere where you can have a drink and watch a game? Sports fans love the Docksider Pub on Front Street – it offers 20 HD screens, daily happy hours and a fun club atmosphere in the back. 

Cosmopolitan Ultra Lounge & Nightclub

Party the night away on the indoor/outdoor dance floor, which attracts the island’s most stylish souls to this Front Street bar. Enjoy special nights throughout the week, including Sin City Wednesday, 2-for-1 Thursday, Girls Want to Have Fun Fridays and Full Moon Saturday.

Hamilton Parish & South Shore

The Swizzle Inn

The Swizzle Inn

One of Bermuda’s oldest and most beloved pubs, the Swizzle Inn delivers good times at its two locations: one in Hamilton Parish and one in Warwick Parish on the South Shore. One of the most popular beverages is, of course, Bermuda’s famed Rum Swizzle – a delicious combo of rums including Gosling’s Black Seal; orange, lemon and pineapple juice; and falernum (local sweet syrup). This classic Bermuda cocktail (and the island's unofficial national drink) originated right here at the Swizzle Inn.

Royal Naval Dockyard

Bone Fish Bar & Grill

One of the best spots to sit back and people watch in Bermuda’s historic Royal Naval Dockyard is Bone Fish Bar & Grill’s expansive patio, which offers a sweeping view of the Great Sound. This spot is open late too, with excellent cocktails and a late night menu served until 1 am. 

Credit: Calico Jack's

Calico Jack’s Floating Bar

Nightlife isn’t just on dry land in Bermuda. Climb aboard Calico Jack's, Bermuda's only floating bar, located in Dockyard. You can't miss it – the bar looks like a ship that sailed straight out of Pirates of the Caribbean. Enjoy cocktails, music and on-the-water views you won’t find anywhere other than out here.

Frog & Onion Pub

Sit back and relax with some classic pub fare in this traditional British-style pub, located in the Dockyard. Added attraction: The Frog & Onion is also the site of the Dockyard Brewing Co., Bermuda’s only craft brewery. Try the Somer’s Amber Ale, a crisp and refreshing beer named for Bermuda’s founder.