The concept of nightlife is a rather new one on Martinique, but since the idea was introduced, the island has been working hard to fill the gap. While Martinique wouldn't be the top spot for nightlife in the Caribbean, it wouldn't be the last choice either.Fort-de-France has the largest concentration of nightclubs, though others can be found throughout the island. All of the nightclubs charge covers nearly double that of what most American's are used to, and drinks are just as expensive, regardless of what you oder. Alibi, Aubenic, Au P'tit Bonheur J, Bodeha, Boheme, Challenger, Cocoloco, Coin des Ami, Coconuts Club, Endroit, H'Club, Holly Night, Manhattan, Mayflower, Monte Carlo, Negresko, Palacio, Shangai, Terminal, Top Night Club, Ti Bart, Tribal Cafe, Xenakis Club, and Zipp's Club, Crazy night? Chalet Village , Infinity, Jet Set , Le Paparazzi club, etc .. Don't let the setting sun make you believe you need to return to your hotel and hit the hay. Whether you want to enjoy your dinner while listening to a live band or you feel the urge to dance the night away, it can be done on Martinique Casino Martinique has two gambling casinos, one in Pointe-du-Bout and the other in Schœlcher, near Fort-de-France (both open nightly from 21:00 to 3:00 the next morning). They offer American or French roulette and blackjack. Proof of identity (e.g., valid passport or driver's license with photo) is required. Both casinos charge an entrance fee. Dress is casual; no tie or jacket is required. There are slot machines in salons, outside the gaming rooms .To enter a casino, French law requires everyone to show a passport; the legal gambling age is now 21.