Called Old New Year’s Night, it features a bands and DJs at its back and beachfront bars.
There are six bars at Foxy’s along with a “brigade of bartenders,” according to Foxy’s. One of the customs, beyond the night’s theme costumes, is to wear a mask like it’s Carnival or Mardi Gras.
There is a Caribbean BBQ (recommended) on the beachfront level, complete with ribs, chicken and freshly caught fish and vegetables. For those that get their reservations in early, will be treated to a feast on the private second level, the Upper Crust dining area, that gives the lucky ones a multi course seafood and selected meats dinner, top shelf spirits, party favors and a terrific view of the Outback venue.
There is now a $40 admission charge.
A New Year’s Eve spent at Foxy’s – located on Jost Van Dyke in the BVIs – is a Bucket List item, one PubClub.com has experienced and gives out top-of-the-line five cocktail glass toast of approval.
For a complete review of Foxy’s on NYE, click this PubClub post.
New Year’s Day Party At Foxy’s Taboo
And when you wake up the next day on a boat (the one you came on or another), the sand or wherever, head over to Foxy’s Taboo which is having a major bash on New Year’s Day.
Between this and Foxy’s NYE event, it’s a two-day party in the BVIs.