Mélange Travel & Lifestyle Magazine April 2017 | Page 357
Pop’s Place was perhaps one of the
most popular hangouts on the island
until it closed for renovations. Now the
renovations are complete, the owner
is hoping that the bar, reminiscent
of a ship, and its relaxed old charm
atmosphere will once again attract
islanders and visitors alike.
Photo Credit: Cathy Thomas
Restaurant & Bar
Scout’s Place Restaurant & Bar with its two
terraces offering scenic views overlooking
the village and the sea is perhaps the
island’s most popular restaurant as it serves
local, European and American dishes and
includes Saba lobster and catch of the day.
The restaurant’s bar brags a selection of 30
different beers from all parts of the world and
its Friday night’s live entertainment known as
“Sabaoke” night has become a must see for
visitors to the island.
Photo Credit: Richie Diesterheft
Swinging Doors Bar & Grill
In the village of Windward just at the foot
of the Mt. Scenery Trail, visit this shop for
information on Saba’s guided hikes and trails
Get tips from the locals on how to make your
stay on Saba memorable.
Photo Credit: TripAdvisor Travller