Friday: Time for Astra’s Caribbean Flava Party

Friday: Time for Astra’s Caribbean Flava Party

Astra really is a restaurant like no other. The atmosphere is vibrant, the food a culinary experience, and the party night concepts keep coming. This Friday and every Friday, it’s time to melt away the stress of the week with non-stop Caribbean, Latin and Afrobeat hits that keep you moving all night long. Welcome the weekend by letting the music take over, dance and unwind from 11:00pm until 3:00am. Entrance is free all night.

The weekend starts at Astra with Happy Hour, which runs from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. Start to unwind after a long week, with two-for-one drinks. The spacious and trendy restaurant overlooking the lagoon offers an extensive dinner menu, which includes delectable and affordable lobster specials, amongst other mouth-watering favourites like bone-in beef short rib or stuffed chicken breast. So enjoy some drinks, stay for dinner, and then dance the night away.

With $2 beers and $5 mixed drinks available until midnight, DJ Wilson will get you in the mood to dance and keep the party going with the best in Zouk, Soca, Dancehall, Afrobeats, Bouyon, Latin, Kizomba and more.

Astra’s staffers believe every occasion is special, which is why the charming restaurant offers a variety of events and specials throughout the week. Every Friday, come join them for their Caribbean Flava Party – After Work Fridays – where you can enjoy a drink, stay for dinner, and dance the night away until 3am!

Make it another night to remember, with Astra. Keep an eye out for more creative dinner and party night concepts to come.

Astra is located at 80 Welfare Road, Simpson Bay. For more information, or for table reservations/bottle service, call +1-721-526-4912. Visit them online and browse the menu: E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. See what’s new on their Facebook or Instagram: @ASTRASXM

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