07 December 2016

 
5 hottest bars in Tobago
Don't miss these awesome cocktail bars. The hottest places to unwind after dark.
Bago’s Beach Bar
Sunset on the sand
Set right on the shore of Crown Point, Bago’s is the best place to come for afternoon beers or to sample local rum after a lazy day on the beach. With its Caribbean charm, chilled-out tunes and cooling shade, it also has great sunset views and a daily happy hour (7-8pm). Belt out your best karaoke voice on Saturdays, or simply come here to snap up succulent snacks or just stop off on your way to or from Pigeon Point.
Swallows Beach, Pigeon Point Road (Coco Reef end), Crown Point
Tel: 1 868 660 8468
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Happy hour for sports fans
This trendy new bar in Scarborough has a lot to offer – sporty types will be satisfied with the big-screen TV and pool tables, and cocktail-lovers will enjoy sampling the selection of signature drinks. The great-value happy hour gives you a chance to check out the sea views and even snack on the menu of local and international dishes. A real something-for-everyone venue that also boasts the widest range of rums on the island.
Milford Road and Mount Marie Rd, Scarborough
Tel: 1 868 635 2633 www.barcodetobago.com
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Glasgow’s Beach Bar
Linger with the locals
For cheap, cold beers, a couple of cuba libres and to catch up with the locals, there’s nowhere better than Glasgow’s. Drop in and get the lowdown on everything to do with Tobago from the friendly owners and regulars, and take in the panoramic views of Parlatuvier Bay. With its breezy top deck and lower level, it is set on the roadside on the crest of a hill and has a rustic, authentic feel that you won’t forget.
Northside Road, Parlatuvier
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Surfers Beach Bar
All-day downtime
A little-known, hidden gem of a bar set on the stunning Mount Irvine Beach, Surfer’s is a wonderful place to while away a day in the sun. Beautiful views, plenty of comfy cabanas and a range of soft and alcoholic drinks make it the perfect hangout. Local rums are ready to go, available by the half-flask or full bottle, and can be teamed with a bucket of ice – should be enough to keep you going until sundown!
Shirvan Road, Mount Irvine Beach
Tel: 1 868 631 8205
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Café Iguana
The best blend
Artwork, cocktails and music – the main draws to Café Iguana, an exotic, eclectic venue in Crown Point. From live jazz and drum bands to the 100-strong cocktail menu and on-sale local artwork adorning the walls, this is one of Tobago’s most unique bars, which also serves a whole host of Caribbean cuisine. The open-air setting gives a relaxed vibe and makes for a fantastic venue to spend an evening that won’t break the bank.
20 Store Bay Local Road, Crown Point
 
 
 
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