There are videos of beach bars and then there’s this one. Any resort that takes the time, effort and money to produce a video that features their beach bar gets a standing ovation from me (standing and applauding). The InterContinental Bali Resort at Jimbaran Bay did just that with their Sunset Beach Bar & Grill and if I had a lot more money and Bali was a lot closer, I would be booking a stay at their resort just to visit this beach bar. And those sunsets … wow.
About Sunset Beach Bar & Grill
“One of the finest places in Jimbaran Bay to catch the sunset, Sunset Beach Bar & Grill is a casual style, open-air beachfront bar overlooking the sweeping curve of the Bay. It offers a refreshingly unpretentious, “toes-in-sand” informality, fanned by ocean breezes and with the best front-row seats to unparalleled 180-degree sunset views across Jimbaran Bay.
A tropically rustic venue complete with top-notch service, Sunset Beach Bar & Grill provides a variety of open-air seating arrangements: sit-up bar stools at the thatched-roof central bar and serving station, or scattered across the sand bank, a series of beach-facing tables and chairs, bean bags and private cabanas – all shaded by mature trees.
For the ultimate informal all-day dining experience for lunch, dinner and everything in-between, Sunset Beach Bar & Grill serves freshly-made salads, sandwiches and contemporary seafood bites, Mediterranean favourites and other light snacks, while evening’s highlight succulently fresh seafood selection from the grill. The Gelato Counter is a big hit with families and the best way to keep cool.
An extensive bar menu covers global beer brands, boutique wines, spirits, non-alcoholic beverages and healthy juices, but the signature here is a vast selection of innovative contemporary cocktails and classic cocktails with a modern twist, including a full range of Mojitos, Daiquiris, Martinis and Margaritas, as well as Sunset Pitchers of Sangria or Pimm’s – great for sharing with friends.
This aptly-named watering hole comes into its element at the days’ end, but as evening descends, is magically illuminated with tree lanterns and fire torches.”