Nightlife & Festivals

With a choice of traditional pubs, funky new bars, live music and al fresco dining, there is something here to exceed the expectations of even the most seasoned night owl.

However, local laws dictate that 2.30am is the latest any venue can stay open. Despite these restrictions, the islands bar and club scene has grown by leaps and bounds over recent years, and there are multiple places for the young at heart to dance and enjoy the night away.

Marina Metro, Havre des Pas, St Helier – 01534 724519 – Live and/or disco every Friday & Saturday throughout the year. It is our aim to hold regular Disco nights and we are pleased to work with some of our local DJ’s to provide Motown, Soul, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s nights. Throughout the year we will hold at least one LIVE MUSIC night each weekend.  We are pleased and proud to be able to tap into the wealth of local talent on the Jersey Music scene to provide great music for entertainment and dancing every weekend.Tiki Hut, 10 Wharf Street,St Helier – 01534 729111 – Eat? Grab a tasty snack or meal at our bar or in the dining and lounge areas. Enjoy a mix of tasty appetisers and snacks, burgers, Thai curries, noodles or chips with dips. Drink? Relax and enjoy a mix of modern and classic drinks at our Tiki style bar, it serves most popular brands of beers, ciders, wines, spirits, cocktails and of course Rum. Play? Pick out a quality pool cue and play on our beautiful pool tables-the best tables in town. The Tiki Hut also has a FREE play jukebox and shows Sky Sports.The Up & Down Caffe Bar, 22 Queen Street ,St Helier – 01534 723791 – Once known as The Exeter Inn, The Up&Down Bar Caffe is one of the oldest surviving Public Houses in Jersey. In the heart of St Helier and one of the best gastro`s in the centre of town, why not pop in and try our rich variety of tasty meals. Sunday open for food from 12pm till 9pm. Private Function Room caters for up to 50 people. The Up & Down Caffe Bar is THE place to go for weekend entertainment. It is a real locals pub, but is always welcoming for new people. As the saying goes you aren’t a stranger, there just friends you haven’t met yet.Planet Pool & Snooker, 5 Wharf Street, St Helier – 01534 720000 – Planet Pool & Snooker is a Free House Located in heart of St Helier  at 5 Wharf St (Behind the Pomme D’or Hotel) Offering 2 air conditioned bars serving Hot and Cold snacks and drinks with comfortable seating areas. A large Modern sports hall with eight World Championship 8 ball pool tables, three 9-ball pool tables along with 3 professional full size snooker tables. Planet Pool & Snooker can now do Poker nights to suit your needs for a stag do, a birthday party or just a fun night out. The Tipsy, La Route de Beaumont, St Peter – 01534 500111 – Join us at The Tipsy in our large spacious restaurant where we served great food as it should be. Food that tastes good and food that makes you feel good as well as quality drinks with probably the biggest range of gins on the Island, local and from around the world, all hail our selection of real ale! Lots of vodkas, rums, whiskey and wine to explore. You’ll be truly spoilt for choice! Fresh, local and served with a smile.The Daily Globe, 93 Bath Street, St Helier – 01534 875472 – The Daily Globe is a traditional pub, with traditional values. Full of character. Serves great pub grub at reasonable prices. Live sport shown on 7 32inch tv’s. Serving traditional evening meals.Tuesday night is Steak night, with a special menu. Also open for Sunday Carvery with choice of 5 meats.The Trafalgar Inn, Charing Cross, St Aubin, St Brelade – 01534 741334 – The Trafalgar – A warm welcome awaits you in the Trafalgar, the only pub in St Aubin serving local beers, craft and real ales, 5 TVs to show all your favourite sports! The Trafalgar also has a dartboard and a jukebox for your entertainment as well as holding regular live music and karaoke events.Le Moulin de Lecq, La Mont de Greve de Lecq, St Ouen – 01534 482818 – A favourite destination for families with young children, visitors and locals alike a trip to the Moulin is always a special experience. Le Moulin de Lecq prides itself on its informal atmosphere and hopes to provide a welcome and relaxing change to the hustle and bustle of St. Helier.The Forum Bar, 13 Grenville Street, St Helier – 01534 768105 – We pride ourselves on our great atmosphere and even greater beers. We have something for everyone. All needs are catered for. There is a bus stop opposite the pub on Grenville Street, the buses that stop here are 1, 1a, 2, 3, 4, 13, 16 and 23. If not we are a short walk from the centre of Saint Helier. If someone was driving, there is parking in Green Street Car Park.The Cornerhouse, 2 – 4 La Motte Street, St Helier – 01534 722182 – The Cornerhouse is a traditional pub situated in the centre of St Helier. Selling Real Ales, Beers and Lagers it also has a great range of wines are spirits. Great atmosphere, food, staff and entertainment all year round!Kitty O`shea Bar & Lounge, 14 The Parade, St. Helier – 01534 887964 – For a healthy dose of Irish charm, live entertainment and sports, Kitty O’Shea’s Bar & Lounge offers it all with lots of craic thrown in for good measure. Centrally located in the heart of St. Helier, this authentic pub has live entertainment every weekend and live sports are shown all year round on large HD screensHorse and Hound, St. Brelade – 01534 741321 – The Horse and Hound is a really great pub so if your ever up St Brelade pop in and have some fun. Friendly atmosphere, hosting great “live” music and local bandsPrinces Bar, 6 Havre des Pas, St Helier – 01534 565222 – Super bar set in a fantastic location at Harve des pas, overlooking the sea. Really friendly, welcoming staff and great entertainment including karaoke and open mic nightsThe Tenby, The Bulwarks, St. Aubin – 01534 741224 – The Tenby overlooks the harbour in the picturesque village of St Aubin. The bright interior is warm and inviting, with stunning turquoises, greens and blues in florals through to geometric designs in an eclectic mix guaranteed to lift the spirits. The lounge is a wonderful mix and match of tables and comfy seating, with space at the bar for those wanting to sample the real ales or a fine glass of wine.The Watersplash, St Ouen – 01534 482885 – Beach Bar. Diner. Nightclub. In the heart of St Ouen’s Bay. The best place to watch the sunset in Jersey. Whether you’re after a smooth cup of coffee, a refreshing pint, or a satisfying snack, you’ll always find a comfortable atmosphere with friendly service. The ‘Splash is somewhere to unwind and lose yourself in the ever-changing seascape by day and a place to shake off the collar and let loose at our nightclub events.The Blue Note – The Blue Note Bar. Home of live music in Jersey. Jazz, Blues, Original Music. Stunning classic Victorian bar. Excellent choice of drinks. TV-free. Great live music and relaxed, informal atmosphere in the centre of town.

The Drift at Royal Yacht – The Royal Yacht is a place to meet up for a drink, dance until dawn, listen to tunes spun by visiting DJs and meet people. Every week you will find different types of entertainment here, including live band performances. Choose from the hotel’s several sleek bars and the Drift night club. Address: Caledonia Place, The Weighbridge, Jersey Phone: 01534 720511

Chambers – Chambers is a large, popular club that regularly features live bands and artists. This is claimed to be the best live music venue in Jersey. Here you can also enjoy tasty meals – steaks, burritos and dishes to share. The bar menu includes a variety of wines and champagne.Address: 5 Mulcaster Street, St Helier Phone: 01534 735405
Old Smuggler’s Inn – Beyond the capital, the 17th-century Old Smuggler’s Inn at Ouaisnè is a legendary, award-winning, real ale pub. Old Smuggler’s Inn is regularly celebrated in the island’s annual beer festival. It serves traditional English fare which includes seafood, steaks, Guinness pies and more.Address: Le Mont du Ouaisnè, St Brelade Phone: 01534 741510
Jersey Opera House –  (Currently being refurbished) The Jersey Opera House provides a great cultural alternative to simply wasting away a night at the pub. The venue attracts various international stars to perform concerts, ballet, musicals, comedy and drama. Here you can find the classy Upper Bar and The Stalls Bar, perfect for pre-drinks. Address: Gloucester Street, St Helier Phone: 01534 511118
Havana – Currently one of the hottest nightlife venues in Jersey Island, Havana Club is the place to dance the night away to chart-topping tunes. The establishment keeps its hand on the pulse and has recently introduced the trendy “healthy raves” to its themed nights sequence. Address: 13/15 Halkett Street, St Helier Opening hours: Fri-Sun 10pm-2am Phone: 01534 873848
Roberto’s Bar – Located at the reputable Savoy Hotel, Roberto’s Bar is a sophisticated establishment thatregularly features performances by local and visiting musicians. Jazz nights occur regularly, but bands playing all different styles of music make appearances as well. Address: 37 Rouge Bouillon, St Helier Phone: 01534 727521

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