Concierge.com's insider take:
Apart from special events such as Junkanoo, an "early to bed, up with the roosters" lifestyle limits the Out Islands' late-night scene to resort lounges and a few bars. The main occasions for revelry are fish fries: Often held on Wednesday or Saturday nights (depending on the island), these events draw a local crowd to sip cold Kaliks by the water while a band plays and fishermen chop up conch salads. The best way to find the action, since it's sporadic (and often spontaneous), is to ask the staff at your hotel for the inside scoop. Be sure to try the popular "sky juice" cocktail, a potent concoction of gin and condensed milk that will have you seeing tropical stars in a whole new way.