The Banana has always been “the place” on the island for a night out, beloved of both tourists and locals. The bar surrounds a towering flamboyant tree and is a good place to try a local Phoenix or Blue Marlin beer, or choose from a few international cocktails while listening to live music.
The first beach club on the island, the C Beach Club attracts a mix of locals and tourists to its Sunday brunch held on the first Sunday of every month with occasional International DJs from Europe.
There were no other nightspots in Tamarin when this beer, steak and sports bar opened five years ago. It’s still the best place for live sporting coverage (daily on three screens – including a large outdoor screen) and has reasonable prices. The pleasant garden has umbrellas over tables on the sand and a boardwalk with trees prettily lit at night.
The long black marble bar at this recently-opened slick, European-style pub with a creole heart between the sea and sugar cane fields is a good place to meet locals. It has a VIP lounge with vibrant orange sofas and smokers are accommodated at outdoor tables under umbrellas on the sand.
A "blind love of beer" led to the opening of this impressively stocked after work gastropub in a 19th-century colonial house in Mauritius's capital, where locals and expats in the know chill out in the bar-restaurant or under ancient mango trees in the garden.
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