For more than a half century, Shanta's has been filling Georgetown's bellies with the best roti, curries and chokas (roasted vegetables) this side of India. It's unbelievably inexpensive considering how delicious th…
A sophisticated yet homey place to grab a drink, be that an espresso or a coffee martini, this is also a great place to eat healthy gourmet light meals from sandwiches to egg dishes and vegetarian options. It's run …
Serving only one dish – home-cooked rice, beans, veggies, and mango achar (a spicy pickled condiment) – in a calabash, this Rastafarian (and vegetarian) restaurant doubles as a music store and caters to long lines o…
At over 70 years old, one of Georgetown's oldest bars still pulls an impressive crowd. It's a good place to start the night and grab a bite to eat. There's a varying cover charge on DJ nights.
If you're a big meat eater, head here. Start with the salad and buffet bar, then servers carve perfectly grilled meats onto your plate as they come off the grill. Great pizzas too.
Extremely popular, central and with more upscale decor than most Georgetown favorites, we found the mediocre Chinese food here overpriced but locals never cease to recommend it.
With real coffee, a lunchtime salad/entrée bar, rich desserts and wi-fi, this place really is an oasis. Try the bake and saltfish (fried bread with salted cod) for breakfast.
Named for the lucky gold mining claim that funded it to life, this new hot spot has a sports bar on the 1st floor and a very popular nightclub upstairs.
An old-fashioned institution documenting the nation's cultural, social and political history via some odd artifacts and very old stuffed critters.
This gorgeous wooden building erected in 1877 is home to the National Art Gallery and rotating art exhibits, many by local artists.