1st and 2nd Street Holetown

If you are staying on the west coast and looking for the nightlife then you need to head to 1st and 2nd Street in Holetown where you will find a variety of restaurants and bars to keep you entertained.

Holetown is situated in the parish of St. James and can be found by heading north on the west coast main road where you will find two roads that run parallel to each other; they are 1st Street and 2nd Street. If you are driving then both of these roads are one way, so you need to take the second turning, which is 2nd Street and come back out on 1st Street.

If you fancy eating Indian food then head to Sitar located on 2nd Street.

For pizza and Italian food lovers, then you should head to Spago, which is also on 2nd Street.

For those who like French cuisine and fresh seafood, then The Mews on 2nd Street is the place for you. This is a delightful restaurant with a large bar area and usually have live entertainment on Friday nights.

Just a few doors down from The Mews, you will find The Elbow Room, which occasionally has live entertainment, a good menu and is usually a comfortable place to hang out and have a few drinks.

Turning in to 1st Street Holetown you will find even more bars and restaurants.

Here you will find the infamous Ragamuffins, which is known for its drag act on a Sunday night.

There is also the Oasis Bar and Angry Annie’s restaurant, which serves great food at a very reasonable price.

Finally on the corner of 1st Street you will find Patisserie Flindt, which is open during the day selling fresh pastries and freshly baked bread; you can enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch here, so do drop in when you are passing for some sheer decadence!

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