Drinking and nightlife in Monrovia

  • Nightlife in Monrovia

    Lila Brown's

    Lila B's is an elegant duplex bar nestled between the Mamba Point Hotel and the Atlantic, set in an old colonial home. Downstairs there's a food menu and a party vibe on weekend nights. Climb the wooden staircase for sea views, waiter service and relaxed tables shielded from rainy-season downpours by stylish shower curtains.

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    Tides

    Wicker armchairs and loveseats line the wide veranda at the oceanfront Tides, where you get views with style. Inside, find the cocktail list scribbled on a blackboard (try the bissap margarita), a pool table and a long bar beneath a safari-lodge ceiling. The kitchen (sandwiches, cassava fries and crispy fried plantain, known as kelewele) opens after 4.30pm.

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    Jamal's Boulevard Cafe

    This Sinkor institution comes alive on weekend nights, and has drinks specials, karaoke, quiz nights and special events. There's also food, including good pizza (call ahead for delivery), and wi-fi. Sunday brunch includes the likes of mimosas and bloody Marys.

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    JR's Beach Bar

    Take any one of the beach tracks from Mamba Point Rd and you'll stumble upon JR's Beach Bar, which serves up drinks and views with good vibes and fun. If it's full, there's a cluster of other bars nearby that deliver the same ambience.

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    Deja Vu

    Join the shimmering, moneyed party people at Liberia's sleekest club, which hosts DJs and regular special nights. No shorts or sandals for men.