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Dexter has been working as a bartender for 30 years in the Caribbean and Denmark. His Jamaican background and experience in the Caribbean has had a big impact on the elements in the making of our drinks, which results in a great variation of cocktails with a Caribbean taste.


He has learned how to use all the different factors that play a part when creating the perfect drink and a cozy atmosphere. This means, the second you enter Dexter's, you will be welcomed by relaxing music, tasty drinks with origins of the Caribbean, and friendly, talkative staff ready to accommodate your needs the best way possible.




You’ll definitely be amazed when trying this exotic and flavourful cocktail from Antigua. An enticing combination of Antiguan white rum and fruity, fresh flavours.

Antiguan white rum, pineapple juice, lime juice, banana 

antiguan smile



Ginger is widely grown in Jamaica, and recognised not only as a stable spice in Jamaican cuisine, but with an increasing reputation as a medical plant. This cocktail is a favourite among our customers, as its rich and sweet flavours are simply irresistible.

Wray & Nephew rum 63%, Ginger beer, ginger juice, lime juice, angostura bitters 

jamaican ginger



The Dominican Republic is another island famous for its rum, as well as the creamy cocktail, Coco Loco. If you enjoy an interesting cocktail with a nutty and sweet flavour - this is the one for you!

White rum, coconut cream, pineapple juice, almond liquor, grenadine

coco loco

The Dominican Republic


Jamaica is known for its laid back party atmosphere as well as the famous genre, reggae. Indulge yourself in this interesting and modern version of a Jamaican style cocktail, featuring the intense and characteristic rum, Wray & Nephew.

Wray & Nephew rum 63%, lime juice, cane sugar syrup, mint, angostura bitters, champagne or sparkling wine


Old Jamaican



In Jamaica, you can find original versions of the Planters Punch cocktail, which inspired the current Charleston recipes. Made with dark rum and fruity flavors, it will definitely bring you right to the beaches of Jamaica.


Dark rum, guava juice, soursop juice, pomegranate juice, lime juice, grenadine, angostura bitters

Planter's punch



In addition to rum, St. Lucia also produces Marigot Bay’s Banana Cream and Coconut Cream liqueurs. Subsequently, many traditional and classical tropical cocktails on the island will feature one of these liquors. Try the Coconut Cloud, a blue, frothy delight!

Coconut rum, coconut cream, blue curacao, amaretto, milk

Coconut cloud

St. Lucia


This fresh and fruity cocktail has origins in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Created with an enticing combination of Caribbean rum and fruity melon notes, it is bound to be one of your favorite Caribbean cocktails. 



White rum, coconut rum, melon liquor, lime juice, pineapple juice

Koo Koo cabana

Turks & Caicos Islands


With origins in Grand Cayman, you can try this island version of the famous Mudslide. A creamy and interesting cocktail, garnished with cinnamon and a cherry, it’s commonly a delectable treat to enjoy on the sandy shores of the island.


White rum, Kahlua, Baileys

cayman mudslide

Cayman Islands


Our menu features a wide selection of cocktails, beer, and wine. Our drinks are inspired by rich and tropical tastes; showcasing Caribbean flavors. Each cocktail is primarily based on authentic ingredients from the respective country and our mission is to help you discover the many forms and tastes the Caribbean has to offer. ​


We also have a wide assortment of african beers and specialties along with a large selection of 120 different kinds of rum from the Caribbean countries.



Åboulevard 9AB, 1635 Copenhagen, Denmark

infomail@dextersbar.com  /  Tel. 22 72 82 55


opening hours

Monday – Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday – Thursday: 16:00 – 00:00

Friday – Saturday: 16:00 – 02:00

Sunday: 16:00 – 00:00