Nightlife Guide to Trinidad – Loosen Up Those Hips and Get to Work

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What to know and where to go in Trinidad

The beautiful island of Trinidad and Tobago is home to a fascinating culture of Creole cuisine and traditions with authentic Caribbean flare. The capital, Port of Spain, is home to a variety of entertainment from day to night year-round. Although Tobago packs quite the party punch, Trinidad takes the cake as the go-to rage island hosting the annual Trinidad Carnival that you won’t want to miss.

March is definitely the time to be in this part of the world but if you catch yourself in this buzzin’ Caribbean country at any other point, you surely won’t be disappointed. Dive deep into the cultural history and cuisine by day and take on the epic nightlife once the sun sets. All you need to know is right here in Rad Season’s Nightlife Guide to Trinidad.

Trinidad Bars – Start the night or power through it at these rockin’ joints

Photo credit: Zaheer Baksh Photography

Paprika

Sitting in the heart of the always busy Rust St. Paprika is home to classy dishes, exquisite bottles of wine and incredible cocktails. Groovy tunes fill the air from dancehall, soca and pop club anthems making sure the party doesn’t stop no matter what day of the week. Jazz out to electric vibes on the dancefloor all night long in Trini’s Port of Spain.

Location: 15 Rust , St Clair, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Opening Times: Thursday through Saturday 7 p.m. – 3:30 a.m.

Carnival City Ultra Sports Lounge

Let’s face it. Bars and sports just go together. This ultra-sports venue is set up perfectly to catch a big game with a large group and sip on some of the finest beers and wines in the world. Carnival City Ultra Sports Lounge knows how to feed their patrons as well. Enjoy epic eats from a widespread menu of finger-foods, shareable platters or individual bites during your next favorite match.

Location: Gulf City Mall, La Romain , San Fernando
Opening Times: Wednesday to Friday 4 p.m. – 1 a.m. Saturday 1 p.m. – 4 a.m. Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday and Tuesday Closed

Brooklyn Bar

Bringing a little taste of New York to the Caribbean, the Brooklyn Bar brings history, flavor and a whole lot of good times. The establishment is known as the oldest bar in the Port of Spain but that hasn’t stopped owners from keeping it fun and hip. After recent renovations in 2011, the nightlife hotspot now features a lavish drink menu, incredible bar food and the one and only sub-zero monster chiller. Let’s just say it’s impossible to find colder beer in town. Who can complain about that?

Location: Roberts Street, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Opening Times: Friday and Saturday 12 p.m. –12 p.m. Sunday to Thursday 12 p.m. –10 p.m.

Trinidad Clubs – Trini’s best late night rendezvous

51 Degrees Lounge

Cue the strobe lights, fire up the DJ booth and let your hair down at one of Trini’s hottest nightclubs. From themed to promotional parties at 51 Degrees, weekend attendance is a must when traveling to the Caribbean isles.

Pro Tip: Go on Unlimited Saturdays there free drinks all night long await you and your squad. Fellas, make sure to wear your best collared shirt and leave the hats at home. Premiere clubs call for premiere attire. Dress to impress.

Location: Cipriani Blvd, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Opening Times: 9 p.m. to 4 a.m. Closed Sunday

HI RPM Ultra Lounge

Located in San Fernando, HI RPM has been the go-to spot for nearly a quarter century. With a reputation like that, it’s hard to pass up a night of partying at the Gulf City Mall venue. A new modern interior brings the fiery club the marvelous party atmosphere that anyone could appreciate. Ramp up your RPMs and head to this ultra lounge for an unforgettable night.

Location: Gulf City Mall, La RomainSan-Fernando
Opening Times: Friday and Saturday 10 p.m. – 4 a.m.

Space La Nouba

Step into the future in Trinidad’s most thrilling themed nightclubs at Space La Nouba. The name comes from the French phrase ‘to party’ and the hot spot doesn’t disappoint. Futuristic light shows, a blaring sound system and the out of this world interior design brings the club to life. Upon arrival you may mistake the venue as a space station especially after heading to the second floor for an entirely different party atmosphere.

Location: South Trunk Road, Gulf View, La Romain, San Fernando
Opening Times: Friday and Saturday 10 p.m. – 4 a.m.

Casinos in Trindad – Doubledown on your fun-filled night

In recent years, Trinidad has experienced some limitations to their casinos. Even though slot machines were shut down, baccarat, blackjack and roulette still give you the ability to test your luck and come up big. With over a dozen casinos on the glamourous isle of Trinidad, it isn’t hard to find some late-night fun. Ma Pau South Casino, located in San Fernando is the island’s largest gaming establishment with plenty of table games to choose from.

Location: South Trunk Rd, La Romain, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

Feature image credit: gotrinidadandtobago.com

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Harry R Bennett III

Harry R. Bennett III is a Los Angeles native who grew up addicted to playing sports. His love for the game of baseball eventually landed him several scholarships to play college ball across the United States. After receiving his B.A. in journalism, he pushed himself out of his comfort zone and moved to New York City in an effort to pursue his passion in the sports industry. Bennett has worked with major companies such as Fox Sports and Major League Baseball and has written for several online publications covering a variety of sports content. Although his playing days are over, he enjoys the endless pursuit of competition from athletics and action sports.

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