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  • 1. Casino Trois-Îlets

    Casinos

    The interior of this small casino was designed in a French Quarter style and houses slot machines, blackjack, U.S. roulette, stud poker, and...

    The interior of this small casino was designed in a French Quarter style and houses slot machines, blackjack, U.S. roulette, stud poker, and craps (Friday and Saturday). The casino is open daily from 10 am to 3 am, but the gaming tables don't start cranking until 9. On weekends in high season, a DJ spins Caribbean, creole, and international beats, and there's a dance floor. The restaurant serves up a marriage of refined creole and international fare, with fresh local produce; however, the tables are right in the middle of the floor, which is not conducive to fine dining. There is often a cover charge when there is an event.

    Rte. de Pointe du Bout, near rte. de Trois-Îlets, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    596-66–00–30
  • 2. Club Med Buccaneer's Creek

    Live Music

    At Club Med Buccaneer's Creek, you can buy a night pass that will give you all the food, drinks, and entertainment you can handle from 7 pm...

    At Club Med Buccaneer's Creek, you can buy a night pass that will give you all the food, drinks, and entertainment you can handle from 7 pm until the disco closes at 2 am. While this is a hefty price, it includes an extensive buffet dinner with wine, a show in the theater, and drinks and dancing afterward. Friday is the best night to come since both the food and shows are most elaborate. Entertainment changes based on a two-week cycle. Following the show, it's on to dancing at the disco if you can hang. Single women will feel comfortable here and will find willing and very able dance partners.

    Pointe du Marin, Ste-Anne, n/a Martinique, 97227, Martinique
    0596-76–83–36
  • 3. Complexe Le Crazy (Nights)

    Dance Clubs

    This club remains popular because it's all about having one crazy time. With upward of 1,000 partying people, your chances of enjoying yourself...

    This club remains popular because it's all about having one crazy time. With upward of 1,000 partying people, your chances of enjoying yourself are good. Live concerts are frequent, but dancing and hip-swinging are the priorities. Islanders are drawn to this club, and some young 'n' fun tourists follow suit. Like most clubs here, Crazy Nights has a hefty entrance fee, especially if there's a popular group in concert.

    ZAC Les Côteaux, Ste-Luce, n/a Martinique, 97228, Martinique
    0696-10–70–52
  • 4. Hotel Bakoua

    Live Music

    The entertainment here ranges from piano concerts to singers to jazz combos on up to full swimsuit fashion shows or splashy variety shows, often...

    The entertainment here ranges from piano concerts to singers to jazz combos on up to full swimsuit fashion shows or splashy variety shows, often with special effects. The quality of the entertainment is known island-wide. You can also go to Le Gommier and order a tropical cocktail there. There's a litany of island rums, from white to amber and rhum vieux. It's usually best to call the hotel first to learn what's on the schedule, since events taper off during the low season.

    Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–02–02
  • 5. Hotel Cap Macabou

    Live Music

    Hotel Cap Macabou in Vauclin has "dancing dinners" and theme nights, most often on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, there's usually a midday...

    Hotel Cap Macabou in Vauclin has "dancing dinners" and theme nights, most often on Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, there's usually a midday buffet with dancing to a band—you can even bring your bathing suit. There are often salsa soirees with Latin music, as well as holiday parties in season, which are quite celebratory.

    Petit Macabou, Le Vauclin, n/a Martinique, 97280, Martinique
    0596-74–24–24
  • 6. Infinity

    Live Music

    Infinity is the latest tenant on the first- and second-story of the building previously occupied by a Mexican restaurant. On the ground floor...

    Infinity is the latest tenant on the first- and second-story of the building previously occupied by a Mexican restaurant. On the ground floor is a gourmet food boutique, and on the second a sophisticated bar with tables, some on a small terrace. Called a concept bar and an art gallery, there is to be live entertainment during peak season and weekends. The concept is that one chooses from the menu of chichi cocktails (not inexpensive) and then orders some foodstuffs from the shop below.

    Village Creole, Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-38–71–68
  • 7. Jet Set

    Dance Clubs

    This hot ticket has salsa going on and live bands that play mainly Caribbean music. It has an inviting ambience and decor and is known for having...

    This hot ticket has salsa going on and live bands that play mainly Caribbean music. It has an inviting ambience and decor and is known for having a courteous crowd. Tourists can feel welcome and will not be hassled. Drinks are less expensive than at many of the clubs. The best is its convenient, easy-to-find location right across from the Savane. Guests at l'Imperatrice or the new Fort Savane can walk to it for it's on the same street. If you're having trouble finding it, look up—it is not on the ground floor.

    Rue de la Liberté at rue Perrinon, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
  • 8. L' Bar 'Oc

    Bars/Pubs

    This sophisticated lounge is the ground floor of a lovely, white home that has some history. The tile floors put it in another era, and thus...

    This sophisticated lounge is the ground floor of a lovely, white home that has some history. The tile floors put it in another era, and thus the name of its former restaurant, Le Belle Epoque, which for decades was a gastronomic favorite on the island. The same owner, Martine, a charming, charismatic Frenchwoman came out of retirement to open instead what is primarily a cocktail lounge with world music and some food served. The house is her home (upstairs) and the neighborhood, Didier, is an upscale suburb of Fort-de-France, but close, not far from the Hotel Bateliere. It attracts the after-work crowd who live in the neighborhood, those staying at The Bat' and the small B&B Engoulevent close by and those savvy, older tourists who hear tell of it.

    97 rte. de Didier, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-48–52–52
  • 9. La Marine

    Bars/Pubs

    La Marine is a busy bar and restaurant with live entertainment, mainly a local band on Saturday nights. Open daily, expats and boaters hang...

    La Marine is a busy bar and restaurant with live entertainment, mainly a local band on Saturday nights. Open daily, expats and boaters hang here for the reasonably priced, good pizza and old-world Italian and French classics. As one expat puts it, "It will probably be here for life!" There's nothing contemporary about this place—on quiet nights you can hear the wind in the riggings and check out the boat action on the docks.

    Marina Pointe du Bout, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–02–32
  • 10. La Villa Créole

    Live Music

    This restaurant's Martinican owner, Guy Bruere-Dawson, has been singing and strumming the guitar since the 1980s—in five languages, everything...

    This restaurant's Martinican owner, Guy Bruere-Dawson, has been singing and strumming the guitar since the 1980s—in five languages, everything from François Cabrel to Elton John, some Italian and creole ballads, even original ditties. Other singers perform, too, on Friday and Saturday nights, when there might be other entertainment. To see the show, you must order dinner; grilled lobster from the tank is often the best option. There's ample parking and even a small dance floor. The crowd tends to be mature; customer service and satisfaction are high.

    18 rue des Anthuriums, Anse Mitan, Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0596-66–05–53

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  • 11. Le Kano Bar Lounge Restaurant

    Bars/Pubs

    At this trendy, beachfront bar and lounge/restaurant, creole-influenced tapas and brochettes as well as creative Caribbean cocktails are happily...

    At this trendy, beachfront bar and lounge/restaurant, creole-influenced tapas and brochettes as well as creative Caribbean cocktails are happily consumed while relaxing Caribbean music plays in the background; a full menu is available, too. Spacious with several open rooms leading to the beach, the contemporary Euro furniture is inviting. Guests enjoy some the best Martinican dark (aged) rum. In season, a DJ cranks until 3 am on Friday and Saturday nights. The beach party on Sunday afternoons rocks. Kano is across the street from the Casino des Trois-Îlets, and the ample parking there makes it easy to visit both.

    31 rue des bougainvilliers, facing the casino across the street, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique
    0569-78–40–33
  • 12. Le Negresco

    Dance Clubs

    This is a prime example of a French Antilles urban disco. You will hear zouk, salsa, and kompas. It's hot, it rocks, there are lots of glam...

    This is a prime example of a French Antilles urban disco. You will hear zouk, salsa, and kompas. It's hot, it rocks, there are lots of glam outfits, and on busy nights when people are feeling their dances and waving their arms in the air, well, you just have to be there. The weekend is when it really cranks up. On most nights you can expect a cover charge, especially when there's live entertainment. This club, which plays a fair share of Caribbean music, appeals to an older crowd (30s–40s). It generally opens at 9 pm, although that can change due to after-work parties or if they've decided to close. Security is tight; there's a free parking lot just across the street.

    10 rue Commerce, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97200, Martinique
    0596-70–07–03
  • 13. Le Paparazzi Club

    Dance Clubs

    You may see Paparazzi advertised as a private club, but anyone looking cool is seldom refused entrée. You may hear that this disco is frequented...

    You may see Paparazzi advertised as a private club, but anyone looking cool is seldom refused entrée. You may hear that this disco is frequented by kids—the 18- to 25-year-olds—while others categorize it as for those 30-plus. Marc Martial, an English-speaking taxi driver with a late-model Mercedes, says that it is one of the clubs that he takes his American clients to when doing a nocturnal bar crawl.

    8 rue Joseph Compete, Fort-de-France, n/a Martinique, 97232, Martinique
    0696-54–05–30
  • 14. Lili's Beach Bar

    Bars/Pubs

    At this thatch-roof beach bar, on any given night DJs might be spinning local and international sounds, making this a good alternative to clubbing...

    At this thatch-roof beach bar, on any given night DJs might be spinning local and international sounds, making this a good alternative to clubbing downtown—and you might never know that there was a business hotel and casino right above. Lili's attracts a mainly young crowd, and now, predominantly, a local one as well as guests from L'Hôtel La Batelière. Food is less expensive than at the hotel's restaurant, but don't be in a hurry, especially on the weekends. The bar puts out strong (and pricey) tropical cocktails. With free parking and tight security because of the casino, it is a safe haven for tourists and one sexy party place.

    L'Hôtel La Batelière, Schoelcher, n/a Martinique, 97233, Martinique
    0596-42–89–02
  • 15. La Méridienne

    Live Music

    The feet-in-the-sand restaurant and bar called La Méridienne is the place for live music, especially acid jazz. ...

    The feet-in-the-sand restaurant and bar called La Méridienne is the place for live music, especially acid jazz.

    Plage de Anse L'Etang, Tartane, 97220, Martinique
    0596-58–79–91
  • 16. Le Milk / Le Club

    Live Music

    A well-thought-out concept, it is one address with two spaces. Le Milk, with its trendy decor, appeals to a younger clientele, from 18 to 45...

    A well-thought-out concept, it is one address with two spaces. Le Milk, with its trendy decor, appeals to a younger clientele, from 18 to 45 years old, but predominantly twentysomethings. They are into the electro and dance music, and a little soul in the form of R’n’B.Le Club welcomes patrons from 25 to 60s, with retro music and an atmosphere that promotes nostalgia. And no one objects if you wander back ’n’ forth between the two, from old-school to techno. Interestingly, a soda costs as much as hard liquor—€8.

    20 blvd. Alegre, Fort-de-France, 97200, Martinique
    0696-27–93–19
  • 17. Yucca Bar

    Dance Clubs

    Yucca Bar, with a Mexican motif, is known for showcasing innovative bands, usually on Wednesday. Take a taxi, go with local friends, or get...

    Yucca Bar, with a Mexican motif, is known for showcasing innovative bands, usually on Wednesday. Take a taxi, go with local friends, or get good directions, because the area is deserted at night. The club is especially popular on the weekend. If you go early for the Tex-Mex buffet, you can avoid the cover charge.

    Zac de Rivière Roche, Fort-de-France, 97200, Martinique
    0596-60–48–36

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