If you’re the kind of person who likes to spike the punch at the party, you might want to try a coco loco, a rather fun concoction consisting of a coconut with the top chopped off and enhanced with a generous helping of rum.
The simple bars along Calle Principal as you come up the street from the municipal docks, including La Buga and Chichimangos, across from the Bahía Azul restaurant, can usually satiate your thirst should the fancy take you.
Lívingston  has a fairly vibrant nightlife scene befitting of its tropical location by the sea. Down by the beach on the northern end of town (Playa Bariques) is Bar Beluba Neruba with a small dance floor and tables right on the sand.
Another lively spot in this neighborhood is Coco Bongo’s, playing Jamaican reggae and Garífuna punta rock. They can both be reached by heading west along the beach at the end of Calle Principal.
Along a side street also heading west from Calle Principal, Café-bar Ubafu is usually hopping, with live music on weekends.
On Calle Principal, Tropicool is a disco that opens at 8 p.m. on weekends.
The Black Sheep, next to the Bahía Azul restaurant, shows movies nightly at 8 p.m.
The classiest place in town is part of the Villa Caribe hotel. Dugu Bar (5 p.m.–midnight daily) is housed in a cheerful, yellow wooden house on the town’s main street opposite the Immigration office. The interior is decorated with tons of old pictures and there’s a full bar.