St. George's is the largest city and capital of Grenada.
Most of the travel in and around St. George's is limited to taxis and buses. To hail a taxi, one must simply be standing on a street corner. The independently owned, but government licensed, cars and vans will stop and ask if one wants a ride. Some standard fares include EC$30.00 from the airport to St. George's and EC$25-35.00 for trips from most hotels to the various dining spots around the city.
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- Fort George
- Mt Qua Qua
- Coconuts Restaurant & Bar (at Grand Anse Beach). A classic Grenada beach experience.
- Laluna, ☏ . Morne Rouge.
- The Red Crab (in Lance Aux Epines). A fabulous menu.
- La Sagesse, ☏ . On a stretch of grey-black sand bay lined tall palms, this is a true Granadian experience.
- The Spice Land Mall (at Grand Anse). Has a local fruit and soup joint.
- Patrick's Restaurant, ☏ . St. George's, on the Lagoon Road across from Port Louis offers a wonderful tapas-like presentation of island cuisine.
- Marquis Complex at the Grand Anse with Nick´s Donut World, Carib Sushi and Le Boulangerie.
- De La Grenade, ☏ . Manufacturer of nutmeg products including liqueur, syrup, pepper sauce, jams and jellies.
St. George's has a wide variety of accomodations, from large to medium size hotels, small inns, or just a one-bedroom rental.