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Best things to do in Crown Point

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Grocery or Supermarket
“A wide selection of grocery items, including all the food basics and some not-so-basic offerings as well as a range of alcoholic beverages to take home.”
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Restaurant
“Eat in: Excellent authentic Italian thin crust pizza from a wood burning oven. Open until 10 PM”
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Bar
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“we call this area "Little avenue", it is the center of the nightlife for Tobagonian, you will enjoy and observe the difference between Trinidadians and Tobagonians, it is two different kind of partying.”
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Natural Feature
“Take a swim in the clear blue waters, lie on the beach all day and tan, hop on a glass bottom boat to the reef and Nylon Pool, take a ride on a jet ski, have some local sweets or food or just mix with the friendly locals!”
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Restaurant
“The Pasta Gallery is a cute little pasta place with tables inside and a deck out front. There's everything from spaghetti with seafood to lasagne, plus filling salads. Check out the local art on the walls, too! Gluten-free pasta is available.”
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Nightclub
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“Biggest nightclub in Tobago, and every night is different. Also the a venue for the best local craft market on the last sunday of every month called Market Deh'”
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Restaurant
“Skewers is a local favorite and the first of several Middle Eastern restaurants. It's still the most popular with grilled halal meats and all the traditional sides which include fattoush, hummus, Arabic rice, and spiced potatoes. There's also a gyro station outside which serves food until the wee hours at weekends.”
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Coffee Shop
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“Located opposite the airport and in the Food Court at Lowlands Mall. Popular for their coffee, coffee chillers, and Jamaican Patties. Huge slices of cake at the airport outlet. ”
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Lodging
“This restaurant is small and intimate, great for families, friends and love ones. The food is very tasty. You don't have to be a guest at the hotel to dine at the restaurant because they allow walk ins and they also take reservations.”
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Restaurant
“Couldn't finish my recommendation for Tobago with out putting in my favourite place, for that special Caribbean flavour in food, Café bristo won't disappoint. Exceptional service, creative food menu choices and excellent overall. Local and international cusine (17 mins drive) Cars can be optional in rental from us for low as 38.00,USD. Bicycles $10.00,USD Taxi Call cecil using our in house phone 682-3241 ”
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BBQ Joint
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“Take out or eat in: Creole style grilled/stewed/curried meats, fish plus a variety of local sides from a cafeteria style selection. Occasionally you will find soups, chicken pelau or bhaji rice with pig tail. Opens late.”
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Establishment
“Iconic Public Beach where you can rent a day lounge chair and chill or eat Tobago's famous Curry Crab & Dumplings. Again, you can take a cool 15-minute walk from CASITA to Store Bay.”
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
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Restaurant
“Eat in: Look for the sign on Store Bay Local Road (close to the airport intersection), turn into the little side road to get to Kariwak. They offer excellent local dishes (typically a chicken and a fish option) plus salads and sandwiches every day. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. 639-8442”
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Police
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