Sandy Ground is the zone for dance-and-drink fun. There’s reggae at The Pumphouse; soca and jazz at Johnno’s, and a mellow vibe at personality-rich Elvis’ Beach Bar. Beach pub Jacquie’s Ripples has great bites, and Sammy’s has the “punch” to get even wallflowers jamming. SandBar elevates the tone with tapas and martinis, while Lisa’s Conch Shack is the latest addition to the strip. And that’s only a taste of all you’ll discover at Sandy Ground.
The ocean view Sunset Lounge at the Four Seasons Anguilla in the West End serves Cuban cigars, fine champagne and Asian-inspired small plates. Over on the East End, Zemi Beach House’s Rhum Room is a swank stop for a taste of one of their dozens of rums from around the world.
Palm Grove, at the end of Savannah Bay at Junk’s Hole on the Southern side of the island is still somewhat of a secret hideaway. Every point on the compass is covered, so head west, east, north or south for the thrill of finding legendary or the newest haunts.