Talk of the quintessential beautiful beach bars, U.S.A. has it all. So, whether you’re already here or planning a trip to US to enjoy your vacation, the following drop-dead gorgeous beach bars have a lot in store for you.
Housed in a remote private island, Talon Beach Bar is surprisingly cool beach bar in the United States. You can access this remote island using a boat ride that takes you 15- minutes. A short seaplane trip will also get you there in few minutes and you don’t need to be a guest to get to this place. In fact, it’s arguably the only beach bar in US where you can enjoy your afternoon drink with animals such as whales, bald eagles and sea otters. If you think you’ve seen the best summer sunset elsewhere, then you need to come to Talon Beach Bar.
On-the-water watering hole halfway between Key West and Miami, you’ll find the Lorelei whereby after listening to acoustic guitar under a Tiki shelter while the sun sets over the scenic islands, you might not find it easy to look for any other beach bar in the United States. Talking of the best breakfast in the Keys, along with the vibe that is so painfully laid-back, Lorelei is second to none. Be warned, the vibe is painfully laid-back that you might lose track of time and just realize later in the evening that you’ve spend the whole day looking at marsh islands. If you like to party hard, then you should wait until the sun goes down, when the music starts and the real party gets rolling.
Colloquially known as “the Comah”, the Beachcomber was originally constructed in 1897 as the Cahoon Hollow Life-Saving Station. In 1953, Russell Gallagher converted this station to a small inn and because the name was not a very catchy one for a bar, he changed the name to Beachcomber, which was the only Cape Cod’s beachfront bar. If partying is your thing, then this is the place to be because after sunset, it turns into a full-on nightclub’ so, you can catch a variety of the hot dance actions live.
If you’re in Hawaii looking for a no-nonsense beach bar for some great food and cocktail at Waikiki Beach, look no further than Barefoot Bar. Both locals and tourists flock this place not only for its great food and drinks, but also for its carefree attitude and humor.
Located on the South Jersey Shore, the Rusty Nail is arguably the best-known drinking sport in Cape May. It’s important to note that this beach bar discourages customers from wearing shoes. When the sun goes down, there is an outdoor fire pit around where surfers, lifeguards and other beach denizens flock at night. You can always catch live tunes inside.
Built on the grounds of the Ritz-Carlton, Sand Bar is classier than you can imagine. Patrons can walk right up off the beach to grab some sandwich and cocktail while still maintaining the classy level of the Ritz-Carlton.