St. George's Restaurants

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  • 1. Victory Bar & Restaurant


    Boaters, businesspeople, vacationers, and anyone else looking for good food in a waterfront atmosphere close to town keep the Victory busy. Overlooking the docks at Port Louis Marina, with views of the lagoon and masts swaying in the breeze, the restaurant is open every day for all-day dining, starting with breakfast and ending with a lively bar. The extensive lunch and dinner menus include pizza, pasta, salads, burgers, sandwiches, steaks, chops, and, of course, fresh seafood. Friday night features Texas-style barbecue and there's a daily happy hour between 5 pm and 6 pm.

    Kirani James Blvd. (Lagoon Rd.), St. George's, St. George, Grenada

    Known For

    • Outdoor dining with a view
    • Best thin-crust pizza on the island
    • Good selection of beer and wine
  • 2. BB's Crabback Caribbean Restaurant


    Overlooking St. George's Harbour, on the north side of The Carenage, BB's Crabback features Grenadian and West Indian dishes prepared by Grenada-born, England-trained, Chef BB (Brian Benjamin). Crabback (local land crab) is a house specialty, but you'll want to try some of his seafood dishes, as well, like prawns in lobster sauce. Other dishes to try: the signature curried goat dish, the breast of chicken marinated in 12 herbs and spices, the pan-fried barracuda in a crab and lobster sauce, or oildown (Grenada's national dish). The views of the harbor and out to sea are nothing short of spectacular. It's definitely the place to go for lunch or dinner in downtown St. George's.

    Grand Étang Rd., Grenada

    Known For

    • Harborside location
    • Crabback (local land crab), of course
    • Chicken or fish luncheon specials
  • 3. Patrick's Local Homestyle Restaurant


    The fixed tasting menu of 20 or so local dishes, served family-style, will astound you—it's Grenadian home-style cooking at its casual best. The restaurant, in a tiny cottage on the outskirts of St. George's, is named for the late and very charismatic chef Patrick Levine. Owner and chef Karen Hall has continued Patrick's legacy since his passing in 2010. You'll sample successive helpings of superb callaloo or pumpkin soup, lobster salad, codfish fritters, breadfruit salad, ginger pork, fried jacks (fish), cou-cou (cornmeal cakes), lambi creole, curried goat, stir-fried rabbit, oildown, rice pelau (layered with meat and vegetables), starchy tania (yautia) cakes with shrimp, green papaya in cheese sauce, carrot or banana cake, and more—all for $23 per person. Everything is cooked fresh, so you must call ahead for reservations.

    Kirani James Blvd. (Lagoon Rd.), Grenada

    Known For

    • Usual and unusual local dishes
    • Definitely no rush here
    • Truly local atmosphere

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: No lunch weekends, Reservations essential
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