1st and 2nd street in Holetown
No visit to Holetown is complete without a trip to 1st and 2nd Street. This horseshoe-shaped street in the parish of St James is ‘the’ place on the West coast where everyone can enjoy diverse food choices.
A delicious breakfast, an excellent lunch or cocktails at Sharkey’s Tropical Café.
All international dishes are represented; if you’re a fan of Indian food, you’ll enjoy Sitar, and Spago is the place for pizza or a traditional pasta dish and you’re encouraged to eat alfresco on their street-side veranda. The Mews is renowned for fresh seafood dishes and provides an exclusive selection of French specialties. And, right on the corner of 2nd Street, you can find Nishi, the place where you’ll eat the best sushi in Barbados.
For those who want to taste some great local food and dine under the stars, Fusion Rooftop is the perfect choice. Besides excellent cuisine, the place offers a penthouse view, right on top of Limegrove into Holetown. Zaccios, on the other hand, is a friendly place right on the beach, where they serve the catch of the day caught right off the shores of Barbados, and offer take away pizza, if you’re not after fine dining).
On Friday, everybody goes to the 1st and 2nd Street for a drink or two; West Bar is renowned for its Rum Punch and Mojito, and Surfside Sports Bar, right next door to the Police Station, At The Sports Bar they have Steel Pan at Sunset on Sunday and live music on a Monday evening.
If you’re up for something a little bit different, you can try Cabaret and Drag at Ragamuffins on 1st Street or the Red Door Lounge at the end of 2nd Street for cocktails, live music and entertainment - business owners in the Holetown’s most famous nightspot sure know how to keep you entertained.