For evening entertainment, you can stargaze, go for a night dive, or have a drink in one of the island's handful of bars. Periodically, one of the bars will crank up the music, and voilà -- a disco. In general, the scene is so small that most folks will congregate at one or two bars. Which one or two bars is happening might shift from night to night; ask a local or two, and you'll certainly be directed to the current hot spot. My favorite bar is the open-air I&I Bar and Cafe, which features rustic wooden plank swings for most of its seating. The bar itself takes up the second and third floors of this thatch-roofed wooden structure and is located on a cross street on the southern end of town. Right in the center of town on Front Street, the Oceanside Bar often has either live music or karaoke and the new Barrier Reef Sports Bar & Grill has a raucous vibe most nights, while out by the Split, there's sometimes a crowd at the Lazy Lizard. Finally, you might stop in to check out the scene and the music videos projected on a large outdoor screen at Herbal Tribe.
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