There are numerous party places or chill-out places in Grenada, or as the locals call it: 'lime'. There are many little family owned watering holes or rum shops all over the island. The rural parts of the island is also a good place to meet and socialise with both locals and tourists alike.

Most of the larger Clubs and Barsare located  in St George's and live enterntainment can be found in most restaurants, hotels and marinas.

 

Restaurants and Bars

This is a selection of the more popular places, check the forum for reports of newer, more local, smaller or out of the way establishments.

Le Phare Bleu Resort & Marina on the way to St Davids has a floating dining ship and a bar with live music. 

The Owl bar at Flamboyant Hotel on Grand Anse, from crab racing to karaoke is open till 4am.

The spice / craft market on Grand Anse has a great selection of small bars and eateries, a cocktail or two (nobody remembers the third) at Esthers Bar is not to be missed.

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.

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

The Boatyard in Prickly Bay Marina (Lance aux Epines) has something on every night.  At the bingo on Wednesdays can win you a pig, or a herd of goats 'fantastic' - visit and you'll understand this...  Their pizza is some of the best on the island.

Dodgy Dock bar and restaurant at True Blue Bay Resort is another popular venue for locals and students especially on Wednesday nights. 

Port Louis' Victory bar and restaurant on lagoon Rd, and further down the Grenada Yacht Club bar is where nautical types gather.

Umbrella's Beach Bar on Grand Anse by Eco-Dive and the Coyaba is a newly refurbished two storey building with a wonderful deck overlooking the beach.  Its also the main sports bar on Grand Anse.

Grenada now has real ale...  The new West Indian Brewery has now opened in Lance Aux Epines, they sell some serious stuff including IPA's, porters and cider. 

Patricks Homestyle restaurant on the Lagoon Road is a bit of an institution.  A prix fixe menu (you pay a fixed sum, they just feed you - a lot) is a great way to sample local dishes.

The Friday Fish Fry every friday night at Gouyave with vendors selling of seafood [lobster, snapper, crab, shrimp etc] with a live band til the wee hours of the morning is 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. 

On the last Sunday of the month, the residents of Mount Moritz, a village high up and north of St Georges serve a local breakfast, with entertainment, at a very reasonable cost. Follow the signs from the main road north of St Georges. 

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

For those seeking the truly local, see the reviews - Rosies Cafe on Dusty Highway at lunch time, or Andys Waters on the main road towards St Davids. 

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.  They have performances for tourists on 2-3 nights a week, and Friday night is locals night, with great music, food and bar.

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

Night Clubs 

For those seeking 11pm till dawn club atmosphere, Bananas - a club on True Blue is where the young crowd (american students from the medical college, and students from the university - 'study.' Club Galaxy 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.

Fantazia Night club located in Morne Rouge near Morne Rouge Beach.  More of a local affair than Bananas.

Street Scene 

Gouyave or as its known now Kirani Town (Kirani James, Grenadas olympic gold runner) is noted as the town that never sleeps so you will find the occasional bar and rum shop open til early 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!