At Revolution, we like to include a bit of everything in our cocktail menus, and that’s why we’ve just rolled out a brand new one full of the finest concoctions.
However, our eclectic range of delicious drinks can only do so much to transport you away from the 9-5 grind and typically overcast British weather.
For that reason, we’ve decided to explore the finest beachfront bars the world over – because sinking your feet into warm, white sand really is the best way to enjoy a cocktail (if you’re not at Revolution, obviously.)
Ti’ Robinson – Ilet du Gosier, Guadeloupe
Named after Mr. Crusoe himself, this hidden gem is only accessible by boat. Chuck a couple of shekels the fisherman’s way at the pier in Gosier, and you’ll be well on your way to an unforgettable afternoon (or evening) in paradise.
Bar do Zado – Garopaba, Brazil
If you ever find yourself on Ferrugem Beach in Brazil and fancy a bite with a view, Bar do Zado is the place to be. Renowned for its ‘pastel de siri’ (a fried crab dumpling) and ice-cold beer, you’ll be shouting its praises for years to come.
The Elevar on Ashvem Beach, Goa
Goa’s known for its tropical weather and stunning views, but it’s also no stranger to a table with a view.
The Elevar looks west over the Arabian Sea, which means if you’re looking for that perfect romantic backdrop, you’ve just found it. Go on, take the credit – we don’t mind.
Stiniva Cove – Vis, Croatia
Time for something really special. Just off the beaten track, Stiniva Cove is home to one of Croatia’s best-kept secrets.
Picture this: Ožujsko, a sublime Croatian bottled lager, in hand. The warm waters of the Adriatic Sea lapping at your feet. The sun on your back… need we go on?
Baba Nest – Sri panwa, Phuket, Thailand
Heading to Phuket and need some venue inspiration? Check out Baba Nest, and don’t believe anyone who doesn’t swear by it.
With breathtaking views as far as Rawai Beach, and cocktails that could (potentially) rival our own, it’s nothing short of pure rooftop bliss.
Lava Lava Beach Club – Big Island, Hawaii
This should be your first stop for eats, meets and beats if you ever find yourself on Hawaii’s Big Island.
Lava Lava is known and loved for its nightly live entertainment, superb local grub, and idyllic sandy shores. So, what are you waiting for?
If the purse strings aren’t quite slack enough to entertain a trip around the world, you’re always welcome at Revolution – where we’ve got the whole world bottled behind the bar.