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This is a nice place to be around crop over time.

This place is a happening spot around carnival or as the locals calls it crop over. The street... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Miami, Florida

The building were painted in bright clours and almost reminded me of New Orleans. There is also the... read more

Reviewed 31 August 2018
julie b
London, United Kingdom
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Bridgetown's mecca for friendly people, good food and great rum.
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

This place is a happening spot around carnival or as the locals calls it crop over. The street vendors whipping up their local dishes is a must have. Fish cakes...fried fish with chips and other local dishes can be found cooking on this road as...More

Thank Skydiva2800
Reviewed 31 August 2018

The building were painted in bright clours and almost reminded me of New Orleans. There is also the big Duty free shopping mall near by, so you get the best of both worlds. There is also good old Woolworths.

Thank julie b
Reviewed 18 May 2018

Pink Star is the place for a good piece of local fry chicken and lead pipes. Go late at night after 10 pm to see this place come alive.

Thank sammied3000
Reviewed 20 February 2018

Need I say more! You have to try this local favorite, but I recommend this be your last stop on de road at the end of a long fete. Please be respectful and have function of your wits, not a place to piss off the...More

Thank shambler99
Reviewed 16 February 2018

We headed to the top of Baxter's Road from the Kensington Oval and got court in a bit of a rain storm en route so everything was a little wet and many people were indoors when we strolled down this fascinating road. It is where...More

4  Thank SteveJacksonnufc
Reviewed 6 January 2018

Baxter's road begins adjacent to the superb Barbados Mutual Assurance Society building. It is one of the oldest roads in Bridgetown and walking up the road you can see why. Overhanging balconies abound from the many shops that front Baxter's road in traditional British colonial...More

Thank bhtiek
Reviewed 3 January 2018

This is where you pick up the real 'vibes' of the island - the shops are primarily for the locals, food, clothes, household goods, bars and cafes. Generally great service just as you would expect on this friendly island. There are several reasonably priced cafes...More

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 12 December 2017

To be a one of the villagers is to visit pink star and order a lead pipe, liver cutter with 5 dollars in necks and gizzards. Live 30 mins in their live, and you will want to come back. Liver cutters are awesome.

Thank Esther B
Reviewed 20 August 2017

You pass this through this area adjacent to the bay when walking from the cruise ship terminal into Bridgetown. There are shops, restaurants, nightclubs and a quayside walk boardwalk. It was Sunday when we were there so most places were shut! Worth a visit to...More

1  Thank machinmad
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

The name doesn't sound all too inspiring however me and a friend stumbled across this very authentic little rum shop on the famous Baxters Road. Like all the original rum shops on this road you go in, order a bottle and a mixer (they don't...More

Thank Harriet K
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Response from Halkidis | Reviewed this property |
Lively Road, especially night time. I'm not sure if it's Christ Church or St. James, I would say St. Michael, but I'm not sure. Depends which end of the Road you are going, but it's only about 2-3 km's = 1,5-2 miles from... More
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Response from Laurence P | Reviewed this property |
Quite active late at night.