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While daytime activities like golf, watersports, scuba diving, visiting our beaches, museums, and the many other things to do in Bermuda are great fun, sometimes a night cap is in order.

For those 18 and older, our island has a variety of nightlife activities to indulge in. In the City of Hamilton, our famous Front Street offers a variety of bars for your evening perusal, with booze cruises, typically setting off from Albouys Point on Front Street, available throughout the summer in order to allow you to enjoy yourself while out touring our beautiful waters.

Front Street Bermuda at Night

Most of our major hotels also provide bars on their premises, and many offer specific entertainment options within the hotel itself.

While our island’s drinking establishments are sure to offer the staple mixes that you’re used to, consider indulging in any one of our traditional Bermuda drinks such as a rum & coke or a dark-and-stormy.

With ferry and bus service typically ending relatively early in the night, taxis become the best option for travel around the island; rental scooters are also a favorite way to get around outside of public transportation hours, assuming you haven’t been drinking.

For early evening entertainment, be sure to check out Wednesday’s Harbour Nights in Hamilton, with Front Street coming absolutely alive with vendors and entertainment, while Monday evenings offer you Destination Dockyard at the Royal Naval Dockyard.

Flanagan’s Irish Pub & Restaurant [Hamilton]
69 Front Street
City of Hamilton
Telephone: 441-295-8299
Fax: 441-295-8304
Official Website

Hog Penny Restaurant & Pub [Hamilton]
5 Burnaby Hill
City of Hamilton
Telephone: 441-292-2534
Email: hogpenny@irg.bm
Official Website

Cosmopolitan Nightclub [Hamilton]
Front Street
City of Hamilton
Telephone: 441-705-2582
Email: info@thecellar.bm

Pickled Onion Restaurant & Bar [Hamilton]
Located on Front Street in Hamilton, the Pickled Onion bar is open till 1am.
City of Hamilton
Telephone: 441-295-2263
Email: pickledonion@irg.bm
Official Website

Club Aqua [Dockyard]
If you are arriving in Bermuda via a cruise ship, this west end Club is an ideal destination for you as it is within walking distance of where most cruise ships dock in Bermuda. Admission is normally $10, although entry fee may vary if the Club is putting on a special events. Club Aqua is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10pm – 3am.
7 Maritime Lane
Royal Naval Dockyard
Telephone: 441-234-3100
Email: info@snorkelparkbeach.com
Official Website

White Horse Pub & Restaurant [St. George’s]
Located in the east end of the island, the Club is open from 10pm – 3am from Monday – Thursday.
8 Kings Square
St. George’s
Telephone: 441-297-1838
Fax: 441-297-2771
Email: info@whitehorsebermuda.com
Official Website

Limelight Lounge [St. George’s]
50 Water Street
St. George’s
Telephone: 441-332-1727
Email: limelightbm@gmail.com
Official Website



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