Given that Grenada is a sleepy little Caribbean island, its unique history and blend of Caribbean infrastructure has allowed for a wonderful array of extraordinary gastronomy experiences to enjoy, plus unique shopping experiences and a plentiful night life scene to blow off some steam!
In preparation for the coming season, see what you might enjoy best...!
St George’s Market, on the northern side of the town, is Grenada’s main shopping attraction. In the covered hall, you can find a multitude of stalls selling spices – as pre-packaged selections or single bags of nutmegs, cloves etc – along with other local products such as nutmeg jams and syrups and vanilla essence. The market – at its liveliest on Saturday mornings – also has many colourful stalls piled high with exotic fruit and veg.
House of Chocolate is a unique and beautiful hand crafted mini-museum portraying the history of chocolate. It features a small café with delicious chocolates made onsite; you can also enjoy other treats including ice cream, cakes and drinks. A small boutique carries a selection of all things made with cocoa in Grenada. Art Fabrik specialises in upmarket, hand-created batik (beach wraps, dresses, napkins).
At Port Louis Marina the Victory Bar & Gill, located in the marina offers a fusion of International, authentic Indian and Caribbean cuisine plus a great selection of local and international beers as well as a large wine cellar and a long list of cocktails plus a great selection of single malt whiskeys, premium rums and spirits.
In the Marina Village YOLO Sushi Bar, offers an elegant air-conditioned restaurant plus outside deck area. Their experienced Sushi Chefs will delight you with their culinary skills and delicious dishes, all complemented with a wide selection of wines and cocktails.
Aquarium Restaurant at the south of the island is a truly unusual setting overlooking the white sand Magazine Beach. Great place to enjoy the ocean breeze and amazing view over to the picturesque St. Georges. You can dine inside the main restaurant or enjoy La Sirena Beach Bar deck. Don’t miss: Sunday BBQ with Live Music.
Umbrellas Beach Bar is one of the most popular spot on Grand Anse Beach, it is and upbeat, fun and relaxing restaurant.
Dodgy Dock – is a lovely spot on a canvas covered deck protruding out over the waters of the bay.
Bananas – This is the liveliest nightspot in the south-west of Grenada. The multi-faceted place includes an outdoor area with a fast-food eatery (pizzas and burgers), a laid-back sports bar, and, on Fridays and Saturdays, an indoor nightclub with DJs and an admission charge (Friday is the big night).
Prickly Bay – Just beyond L’Anse aux Epines beach, includes an open-air bar and pizza restaurant, both of which are popular with ex-pats, tourists and yachties. On Fridays – the liveliest night, often attracting hundreds of visitors – a decent live band performs on the outdoor stage from around 6.30pm, and there’s a DJ later. Bingo on Wednesdays, with big cash prizes, also attracts a large crowd. A quiz is held on Tuesday evenings, and films are screened on Sunday evenings.
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