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Thursday, September 29, 2011
Iggies Beach Bar and Grill, a must see in St. Thomas
Iggie's is on the top of our agenda as we head into St. Thomas in November. This fabulous beach bar is on of the best beach bars in the Caribbean. With the live music nightly and the cocktails flowing freely, this is the place to be on St. Thomas. I have a couple of friends that now live in Key West that both worked at Iggies that tell me they will shoot me if I don't stop by for some fun there. The sign says "365 days of fun" and I guess that I'm going to find out if this is truly the case. I do believe it is as my friends have told me.
Captain Jack and his crew
There are regular theme parties that shouldn't be missed at this Bolongo Beach Resort Bar. Plus the "All You Can Eat Crab Night" on Tuesday and the "Wednesday Carnival Extravaganza" complete with limbo, steel pan, and Mocko Jumbie shows that draw huge crowds . The Pirate Party is probably one of the bigger ones each year.
Iggies has it's "Bands in the Sand" concert every night , plus Karaoke, and Televisions carrying all your favorite sports nightly. You can mingle with the locals or hang with the tourists, either way you'll have the time of your life on a Bolongo Bay night at Iggies. The cocktails and the food there is always interesting, from their famous Spinach Crab Artichoke Dip to the oysters, mussels, shrimp and burgers. No matter what your reason it would seem that a trip to St. Thomas would not be complete without an evening at Iggies.
I can hardly wait for November and my arrival at St. Thomas and hitting Iggies for some fun and frolic in the beautiful St. Thomas nights by the water. When are you going to Iggies? ;o)