Top Caribbean Beach Bars

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Soak up the sun and surf while sipping on a cold cocktail at one of these sandy spots.

Basil’sBar, Mustique Island, WestIndies

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The Scene: Sitting over the Caribbean on bamboo stilts, with a thatched roof and Balinese décor, this formerly tiny rum shack has expanded over the last 30 years, hosting everyone from Academy Award winners to royalty. Owner Basil Charles says the place is as laid back as it gets; it opens at 8 a.m. 365 days a year and closes “when the last man falls.”

Signature Drink: Hurricane David, vodka, two rums, Crème de Cocoa, and lime juice; $10.

Don’t Miss: Ordering the house special, fresh lobster, or trying the banana pancakes for breakfast.

Top Caribbean Beach Bars

Basil’sBar, Mustique Island, WestIndies

The Scene: Sitting over the Caribbean on bamboo stilts, with a thatched roof and Balinese décor, this formerly tiny rum shack has expanded over the last 30 years, hosting everyone from Academy Award winners to royalty. Owner Basil Charles says the place is as laid back as it gets; it opens at 8 a.m. 365 days a year and closes “when the last man falls.”

Signature Drink: Hurricane David, vodka, two rums, Crème de Cocoa, and lime juice; $10.

Don’t Miss: Ordering the house special, fresh lobster, or trying the banana pancakes for breakfast.

Courtesy of The Mustique Company
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