Seafood is very popular in Tobago, you can always find your Curry Crab & Dumpling at the Store Bay Beach along with a Pelau, Callalloo, Curry Goat, Curry Conch, Coconut Bake and Buljol and many other dishes for both Breakfast and Lunch, while you enjoy the ambiance of the Caribbean Sea

Doubles along the Canaan Road or on the Street outside the Mall or a great tasting soup downtown during the daytime or evenings along the Canaan Main Rd. So many to choose.

For Souse, just outside Pennysavers in Canaan

For a Great tasting Pizza, there is La Cantina, II Portico, Pepe's Pizza all in Crown Point, La Tartaruga in Bucco

Grill definitely at Skewers.

Fine Dining- Sea Horse Restaurant open air ambiance great for Romantic Dinners

Pigeon Point is also known as Pigeon Point Heritage Park (PPHP) and is considered Tobago's ideal liming spot, there you can find one of the most beautiful beaches of the island along with great food, drinks and music from Traditions Restaurant, rent a chair and umbrella and chill with an ice cream, bathrooms facilities are available, entry fee TTD20 per person for the entire day! You can also find water sports and local shopping, a must experience paradise!

Bucco Bay known as one of the main entertainments centers of the Island, here you can find great local food, fine dining and music, a fishing village and ride the horse and experience of the most amazing Sunsets. Mostly visited by locals and not very crowded, an absolute beauty!

Argyle Falls is located in Roxborough, less than one hour drive from the Town, it is the highest waterfall on the island, has 3 cascading waterfalls, the lowest is the best one for swimming, it is a simple trail to the falls, takes 20 minutes, but of course can be longer as you stop to take photos of the beautiful bamboo backdrops so keep your camera on hand as it is very beautiful and serene and a guide is not necessary,  it can be accessed from a private entrance you pay TTD50 for locals, you can park, dine or have drinks, there is also toilet and showers

Mount Irvine Bay Beach is rarely as crowded as one might imagine and offers a fair amount of Shade from its sea grape trees and palms. The water here are a gorgeous turquoise calm reef, but during the winter you can expect some waves that are great for Surfing. Locals and vacationers alike head to this beach for a relaxing time, it offers a beautiful Sunset, you can also rent Kayak and other Water Sport equipment here, also known for Surfing and Snorkeling.

Located in Mt. Irvine, 2.1 miles northeast of Bon Accord, this beach is on the West edge of Tobago. Although Trinidad and Tobago has beaches that are more secluded than Mt. Irvine Beach, it has just the right amount of private-feel to attract visitors, it can be accessed from the Main Road on Auchenskeoch Bucco Bay Road