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Liming and partying Tobago style in 2017

Courtesy The Shade Nightclub

Courtesy The Shade Nightclub

Tobago nightlife & entertainment

 

Bars & happy hours

Some of the most popular bars rub shoulders with the restaurants at major hotels and developments like the Magdalena Grand, Crown Point Hotel, the Seahorse Inn, and the Villas at Stonehaven, so you may not need to go far! But there are others like BarCode (Scarborough), D’Lime (Castara), Jade Monkey Casino Bar & Grill (Crown Point), Time to Wine (Shirvan Plaza, near Scarborough) that are ever-popular haunts for classic and exotic drinks, yummy food, and good times. Several also feature happy hours, an easy and fun way to start the evening.

 

Live shows & entertainment

Many bars and restaurants, especially in the Crown Point area, offer live entertainment at least a few nights a week, and sometimes karaoke for those in the mood. Of course, there are countless live entertainment options featuring local and international acts around festival times — like Carnival, Jazz Experience, Great Fete weekend, and Heritage Festival. The recently opened Shaw Park Complex is also a location of choice for shows and performances.

 

Partying

For partying through the year, The Shade (Bon Accord) is the place to be. And never to be overlooked, Sundays are a no-contest with the famous Sunday School street party in Buccoo.

 

Movies

If you’re in for just a quiet movie or a show, the multiplex MovieTowne cinema at Gulf City Lowlands Mall is your best bet. Each September, you can also catch local and regional flicks at the T&T Film Festival.

 

Gaming

Popular choices include the Crystal Palace Casino (Scarborough), the Royalton at Crown Point Hotel, or Sunset Palm Club in Mt Irvine.

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