The Pumphouse was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in September 2017.
A salt-refining mill turned live-music venue, the Pumphouse is one of Anguilla’s most beloved nightlife spots, with rock, reggae, or merengue musicians playing nightly, Thursdays through Sundays. The building's simple interior—with wooden beams and angled ceiling lit by colored lights—retails some of the mill’s restored equipment, and the bar area displays historic photographs of Anguilla’s salt industry. The locale serves a stiff rum punch, and surprisingly tasty meals, from burgers and pastas to seafood. Thursday nights are the most popular and crowded.