Sitting pretty on Smugglers Cove beach, with a shady thatched roof and a raised deck atop wooden stilts in the tawny sand, the Naked Fisherman is one of the island's coolest new beach bars. Located at the Cap Maison resort, the Naked Fisherman is a restaurant, no question, with mouthwatering themed dinners ("Lobster and Fizz") and a tempting à la carte menu of chowders, salads, seafood platters, grilled fish, burgers, and lobster overseen by Craig Jones, the executive chef at Cliff at Cap, Cap Maison's signature restaurant. But it's also a wonderful barefoot spot to simply drink in the views with something cold and delicious from the extensive cocktail, wine, and beer menu. Order a passionfruit mojito and watch the sun set and the tiki torches fire up. If you're having lunch (and the water's calm), bring your snorkel and mask and explore the rocks to the right of the beach. Note that you'll need to climb 92 wooden steps down to the beach to reach the bar—and 92 steps more to get back up again.