Scarlet, Barbados

 Barbados is not a place where you'll find many cocktail bars, unless you want to end up in a 5 stars hotel sipping a rum punch (which is very good by the way). Still, a small gem is hidden on the island: the Scarlet bar. You'll have to look for a totally scarlet wooden house on the... Continue Reading →


Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

 Some bars are landmarks in history. For example, since 1923 the bar of the Copacabana Palace - one of the first hotels built on the beach of Copacabana - has been serving drinks to the world jet set. Today you have two choices: the Bar de Copas, a  poshy bar where the rich Cariocas go to... Continue Reading →

Bar Mitre, Santo Domingo

A poshy restaurant and bar in Santo Domingo, the Mitre is the place to go to experience some dominican high-society fauna. It has a nice terrace, wonderful food and more than decent martinis. The music volume is high and the place gets crowded after dinner, all in all, it deserves a visit if you are... Continue Reading →

Bombay Club, New Orleans, US

The Bombay Club is a New Orleans miracle: you walk 3 minutess away from the noisy, crowded, lively, colored and crazy Bourbon Street and you enter in a space of relax, soft music, and especially fantastic drinks. The website site says "A leather bound martini list contains over 100 different specialty martinis, each stirred—not shaken—to... Continue Reading →

Rick’s Cafe, Negril, Jamaica

They say that from the Ricks's Cafe you can enjoy the best sunset of the whole Caribbean. And you can do this while sitting in one of the tables in the pool, sipping a Martini with your feet in chilly water, with the Caribbean sea in front of you, being surrounded by a big crew... Continue Reading →

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