Top floor will house The Private Shore disco – Casino becomes duty free store

POSTED: 11/14/12 12:32 PM

GREAT BAY – The building in Simpson Bay that was home to the Dolphin Casino and the 1 Eleven night club is currently under renovation. Owned by independent MP Frans Richardson, rumors spread this week about the possible establishment of a house of easy virtue.

But a supervisor on the site said yesterday that the ground floor will become a duty free liquor and cigar store. To the right of the entrance a small bar and eatery will be created.

A contractor has stripped the ground floor down to its bare essentials and during the next six weeks the rebuilding process will get underway.

The top floor will become the new home of the French-side disco Le Shore. Originally based on a beach location in Grand Case, Le Shore opened at the beginning of this year on a new location in Sandy Bay outside Marigot, where its live music evenings soon attracted between one and two thousand visitors. The noise from these events led to a storm of protests from neighborhood residents and in the end Le Shore was forced to close down. Now the owner has decided to move his business to the Dutch side of the island.

The new disco will be named The Private Shore. It is expected to open for business around half December.

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