There are numerous places to party or chill out, or as the locals say 'lime'. There are many little family owned watering holes all over the island, some are so small that only a few of you can squeeze in. For more rural parts of the island this is the best way to socialise if they cannot get into Sauteurs, Grenville, Gouyave or St Georges for more choice.

Most of the Bars and Clubs are located  in St George's and live enterntainment at most restaurants, hotels and marinas

Restaurants and Bars

Le Phare Bleu Resort & Marina has a floating dining ship and a bar with live music. 

The Owl at Flamboyant Hotel, from crab racing to kareoke,

Sea Port Bar on Lagoon Road 

Sports Night at Odds & Ends Music Cafe

Creole Shack Restaurant and Bar located upstairs the Andalls Supermarket in the heart of the capital near the Bus Terminal, also has Karaoke at nights.

German Bar on the Carenage 

Hip Hop & R&B Wednesdays at Old School Pub near Point Salines.

The Boatyard or Prickly Bay Marina with pizza & a live band every Friday night.

Dodgy Dock Bar at True Blu Bay Resort is another popular venue for locals and students especially on Wednesday nights. 

The New Port Louis, Victory Bar on lagoon Rd, every day, among just a few of the diverse choices.

The most popular beach bar is Garfields, on Grand Anse.

Umbrella's Beach Bar newest additiion to the beach bars on Grand Anse two storey building with a wonderful deck overlooking the beach.

Dinner and Theatre 

Spice Basket Grenada located in Bealieu St George features a cricket musuem, theatre for performing arts, shops, bar and restaurant in a lovely peaceful and lush setting on the outskirts of St. George's.  A true Grenadian experience awaits you there.

Pirates Cove Dinner & Theatre is located in Morne Rouge at the Grand View Hotel. 

Night Clubs 

Fantazia Night club located in Morne Rouge near Morne Rouge Beach.

Bananas Restaurant, Sports Bar & Night club located in True Blue. Bananas is known for late nights & has regular shows & themed nights. 

Club Karma is the largest club on the island over 10,000 sq. ft. and can rival a North American Club in terms of aesthetics because of its contemporary layout and design. This club is located over the waterfront on the Carenage.

Street Scene 

Gouyave is noted as the town that never sleeps so you will find the occasional bar and rum shop open til early morning. 

Fish Friday Festival every friday night at Gouyave with vendorrs sell of seafood for purchase [lobster, snapper,crab, shrimp etc] with a live band til the wee hours of the morning a good way to experience local culture and cuisine.

Sunset City Food Festival another avenue to experience local food. This festival is held every last saturday of each month in Victoria. 

Wall Street Vendors near the Morne Rouge Roundabout has a few vendors who sell various fried and barbequed food til the wee hours of the morning. 

More information 

You can always check out the latest events and information nightlife at www.partygrenada.com or the Grenada Yellow Pages www.grenadayp.com. One may also contact their hotel or reservation desk for more information or even speak to a friendly local about night life options. Grenada has a lot to offer every night & every venue caters to a different crwod. But what stays the same is the warmth of the Grenadian people!