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This used to be a great place to go for the day and have lunch, time/ the beach etc.. Now it's a Members only but you can pay $75 each to then pay more money to eat... Come on guys get your act together and...More
The highlight of our last few trips to Barbados was to take a trip (or several) to Mullins Beach Bar...an iconic beach bar full of charm and warmth.....so much so we nearly rented our accom'n at the Westmoreland for ease and convenience.
So glad we...More
What was one of the best bars on the west coast is now members only and therefore dead. I met a large group of Westmoreland owners watching the rugby in the Surfside and even they want it back as it was.
It is very sad Mullins Beach Bar & Restaurant are closed to the public. The new owners are really missing a trick by not opening the bar and restaurant to local visitors. Staying at Gibbes Beach we use to frequently go there for lunch and...More
This used to be the hotspot in Mullins and a very popular and important part of the local community. Always crowded during both lunch and dinner. Now only open for members of Royal Westmorland. During daytime it is not many people here and it is...More
This far has been shut down to the public. It was purchased by a local housing club of some sort and now it belongs to them. This is very unfortunate because this was a classic location for food and drink at this beach
The restaurant and bar seems to be reserved for use by the resort across the road. While they can do what they want, they certainly turn away a decent number of beach users and general public seeking a meal or drinks. Doesn’t seem to make...More
If you mean the little shack next door that sells drinks and beach stuff then yes it is. I think it’s called Adrian’s. Mullins Beach Bar is no more, just a soulless corporate beach club for private members and it’s empty.