Tucked in an alley behind the cathedral, this congenial bar is packed to the rafters on weekends and you come here as much for a cocktail as for the lively atmosphere. Don't miss the concert (live band) on Thursday …
Part bar, part restaurant, this 'tropical bistro' is the hang-out of well-connected locals and serves devilishly good tropical potions. Feeling peckish? Keep up your strength with a tuna tartare or a homemade burger…
Spiffing setting, in a Creole house with a terrace opening onto the seafront – a great place for quaffing a sunset beverage. Offers live entertainment and karaoke on selected evenings, usually on Friday and Saturday…
The name of this cheerful den is a French expression meaning 'hangover', which is pretty appropriate given the incendiary cocktails (€9) on offer. It hosts live bands on Sunday evening. Food is also served.
Le Zinc is St-Leu's liveliest spot (an easy distinction, given the lack of competitors). Come for the good fun, great mix of people, wicked cocktails and great music, with DJs or live bands every evening.
A long-standing hot spot, L'Arena continues to draw good-looking and well-dressed hordes looking to get down to salsa, kizomba (a type of dance from Angola) and Latin rock music (among others).
This cool den on the seafront hosts gigs from local bands – usually on Wednesday. Good blend of jazz, soul and funk. Also has a wide-ranging menu (but the food is only so so), tapas and billiards.
A trendy, good-looking crowd flocks to this hugely popular bar. Besides featuring great cocktails, there's live music – house music, afro beat, rock, electro – most nights of the week.
L'Hermitage's top nightspot positively sizzles on a Friday and Saturday night when the dance floors are packed. Tropical, electro and dance music dominate the play list.
The place to hang out, this buzzy bar with outdoor tables has a great selection of beers and spirits. There's also well-priced bar food for lunch and dinner.