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Grenada After Dark, Eating and Drinking

After Dark, Eating and Drinking

Dodgy Docks Restaurant and Bar (Photo by Arthur Daniel)
Grenada – Bars, Restaurants and Clubs
Grenada is a relatively small island, with a population of 110,000. The university has around 5000 students which means there are bars and clubs open most nights of the week. On Wednesday night the party contingent head to Dodgy Dock at True Blue Bay, on Fridays at Victory Bar and Restaurant dance to Soca and Reggae tunes and on Saturdays people go nuts for Bananas!
Fish Fridays is an island incentive which was introduced to drum up community spirit and raise funds for rebuilding the damage, after the devastating effects of hurricane Ivan in 2004. It’s about an hour north of St George, if you’re nearby it’s worth popping down for dinner from 6pm onwards, but if you’re in St George already I would recommend the Victory Bar instead. Other bars to check out are Umbrellas and The Owl (especially for the crab racing!)
Me and Lian take to the decks with DJ Roger (from the tourist board) at Dodgy Dock
The view of the marina from Victory Bar – Photo by Joshua Yetman
Lian and I at BB’s Crabback

BB’s Crabback
Owned by local restaurateur Brian Benjamin, BB’s Crabback is a family run restaurant, serving up the best fresh fish dishes on the island. Try the eponymous signature dish, crab with a delicious fiery sauce served in the shell, followed by my favourite, the taste sensation that is crayfish creole. And don’t forget to leave your mark on this quirky little restaurant by adding to the years of graffiti on the walls.

Guests grafitti the walls at BB’s Crabback
The Crayfish Creole at BB’s Crabback
Seafood crepes are a speciality at the James Bond Style Restaurant Mount Hartman Bay Estate. Due to reopen in October after a huge refurbishment. Watch this space!
Lian, Joel and I hanging out at Dodgy Docks Wednesdays

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