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Grand Bahama’s Craziest Bar

Grand Bahama’s Craziest Bar

It started so innocently: Photographer Jon Whittle and I boarded the Bahamas Express ferry in Fort Lauderdale for a quick jaunt over to Freeport, Grand Bahama, where we were supposed to research activities for day-trippers on the neighboring Bahamian isle. duo

We’d walked the Caribbean’s only labyrinth at Garden of the Groves; taken the tour at the Sands beer brewery; savored conch salad at Billy Joe’s; browsed the shopping center; and done a tour at the Grand Lucayan resort. Yet somehow, we found ourselves in the diminutive waterfront drinkery Gone Le-Git, toasting to the good life with a colorful cast of local characters jammed into a Williams Town rum shop (aka The $2 Bar).

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WAY off the well-trodden tourist path, Gone Le-Git serves up a slice of authentic rum-shop Caribbean culture – as well as $1 shots. But you can’t leave without trying at least one of the bar’s signature mixed drinks, a bargain at just – you guessed it - $2 a pop. Comely barmaid Gina will entice you to try Le-Git’s signature drinks, the Cunny Itcher and Cock Scratcher -  and with names like these, it’s best not to question the ingredients.

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Just knock it back and after one (or five) you’ll be joining the rest of the tavern’s satisfied fans, scrawling your name on the ceiling with a Sharpie, your signature an enduring (and inebriated) testament that to that well-known Caribbean truth: It really is better in the Bahamas.

 

*last two images lifted from the pages of the dearly departed Caribbean Travel + Life magazine.

 

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