John Moore Bar, on the waterfront, Weston, St. James, is the most atmospheric and least pretentious bar on Barbados.
Open to the sea breezes, and much weather beaten, it’s the nerve center of this waterfront town, filled day and night with a congenial group of neighborhood residents and a scattering of tourists. You might even find Barbados’s prime minister hanging out here — the bar is a stronghold of his island constituency, and since he won his office, things around this bar became a lot more interesting. Most visitors opt for a rum punch or beer, but you can order up a plate of local fish if you don’t mind waiting.
Beautifully set along the waterfront in Weston, St. James, the John Moore Bar offers the perfect respite for locals and visitors alike. Here, drenched in the cool sea breezes coming off the island’s placid and enchanting western coastline, patrons can relax, mingle and enjoy a refreshing rum punch, a cold beer and even a fine plate of some of the local fare. John Moore Bar is on the waterfront and is unmistakably different than most bars in Barbados. It is always busy with locals and tourists. Features local fish and of course – their speciality – Rum!