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    JMS is offline
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    September in St Bart

    We will be going in September and are being cautioned that everything will be closed. The tickets are bought and we are going; yes there is always a chance of a hurricane but those chances are slim. What restaurants are open. We are staying on Flamands Beach and there was a great seafood place right on the beach, is that open?

    Any info would be appreciated.

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    yes there is always a chance of a hurricane but those chances are slim.
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    bonne chance !
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    Re: September in St Bart

    We haven’t been in September- however everything we read about the island indicates literally any time of year is a good time to visit. There are always enough restaurants open and in September you won’t have the traffic of the busier times of the year.
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    Re: September in St Bart

    Santa Fe reopening first week in September as the staff’s children need to be back in school around the 4th. Santa Fe will close July and August this year.
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    JMS is offline
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    Re: September in St Bart

    Thanks.

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    Re: September in St Bart

    all the large hotels will be closed, as will their restaurants. a lot of popular restaurants will be closed such as maya's , maya's to go, eddy's, orega etc. a few restaurants stay open for the local business people. I don't have a list right now, but I bet Kevin does.

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    We will be going in September and are being cautioned that everything will be closed. The tickets are bought and we are going; yes there is always a chance of a hurricane but those chances are slim. What restaurants are open. We are staying on Flamands Beach and there was a great seafood place right on the beach, is that open?

    Any info would be appreciated.
    We have spent the month of August into first week of Sept.. The island is buzzing with a very different vibe, family time, lots of annual closing parties and quartier festivals. We really enjoyed it.

    It's Saint Barth and you will def. not go hungry, but some of the big names most likely will be closed.

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    We will be going in September and are being cautioned that everything will be closed. The tickets are bought and we are going; yes there is always a chance of a hurricane but those chances are slim. What restaurants are open. We are staying on Flamands Beach and there was a great seafood place right on the beach, is that open?

    Any info would be appreciated.
    You would be talking about La Langouste restaurant.


    Andy

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    JMS is offline
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    Re: September in St Bart

    Exactly. Thanks Andy.

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    JMS is offline
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    Re: September in St Bart

    Thanks. How would I get Kevin to give me that list?

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    We will be going in September and are being cautioned that everything will be closed. The tickets are bought and we are going; yes there is always a chance of a hurricane but those chances are slim. What restaurants are open. We are staying on Flamands Beach and there was a great seafood place right on the beach, is that open?

    Any info would be appreciated.
    La Langouste is closed in September.

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    JMS is offline
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    Re: September in St Bart

    Thank you for that information.

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    Thanks. How would I get Kevin to give me that list?
    Kevin will opine in due time, but the best method is to check back here in late August as September approaches.
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    Jim A is offline
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    Re: September in St Bart

    You can look back on older threads in the months of Aug/Sept from various years and get a general idea although there is obviously no guarantee future and past years will be the same for closings. Also check the trip reports forum to see where people went. Just remember that the last few years were a little different because of COVID and Irma and sometimes a place may be open the first half of a month and closed the second half (or vice versa)

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    Re: September in St Bart

    Quote Originally Posted by JMS View Post
    Thanks. How would I get Kevin to give me that list?
    Well, first, I would actually have to make the list. I don’t have one. After the last year+, I hesitate to even try to make one. What I can tell you is that you won’t starve. The big hotels will be closed. Some of the other restaurants will be closed. But you won’t starve. There will be plenty of places open, perhaps not your first choices, but you will dine well.

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