Carib Beach Bar

With a commanding view of one of the most splendid and unique spots in Barbados, The Carib (as its widely known) overlooks the dazzling shallow waters of Worthing Beach (sometimes known as Sandy Beach). At low tide you can see a stretch of reef across the bay which surrounds a spectacular natural lagoon and makes this beach bar one of the best locations in Barbados for a spot of lunch or a refreshing sundowner!


The menu is comprehensive and offers starters (Bds $12-$25) soup, salads, sandwiches and a range of main courses (Bds $30-$50) that include fajitas, curry, pasta, steaks and of course seafood. There are lots of Caribbean favourites such as coconut jumbo shrimp, Bajan fish cakes and chicken curry. Daily specials include freshly caught dorado 'dolphin', tuna or barracuda served fried, grilled or blackened. Not to be forgotten, there are special options for kids and desserts galore – the banana splits are always a hit!


It's always a little surprising that throughout Barbados, classic little beach bars can be hard to find but The Carib has been around longer than most and it has been enduringly popular with locals and the lucky visitors who discover this gem. Although it may be a little jaded, the sand-swept unvarnished deck and slightly cast-away feel makes for an authentic experience. The restaurant is couched in a shady corner beneath coconut trees. It's a relaxing informal atmosphere where the style is casual, there is no dress code so anything goes.


The Carib offers live music on Friday nights where drinking and dancing is the main attraction for the largely over fifity (50) crowd. Sundays are bursting with families and reservations are strongly recommended. See off the sunset to the easy vibes of DJ music that rounds off the weekend.


While on the island of Barbados and you happen to be driving to The Carib, it is hardly noticeable from the Worthing Main Road other than a small sign. It is located beyond  a network of tiny avenues that lead down to the beach but carry no name. However if you head past St. Lawrence Gap to Bridgetown, passing Worthing Police Station and the first public parking area for Worthing Beach (although parking here might be the easiest option) you will soon see the turning on your left. You can find a parking spot in the avenues or there is a beach side parking lot.


Open seven (7) days from 11.00am.

Lunch & Dinner - Last orders 9.30pm.

Wheelchair accessible. Shower facilities.

Tel: (246) 435-8540.




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