When it comes to dining on Grand Bahama Island, we offer an array of restaurants and culinary styles sure to deliciously satisfy your appetite. Treat your taste buds to an unforgettable dining experience at an upscale Continental restaurant, join the locals for a traditional Bahamian fish fry or mini crab fest, or even sit back at an Irish pub for authentic fare and a pint of Guinness. Whatever you’re craving, there’s a pretty good chance you’ll find it here during your visit!
When visiting on of our many dining establishments, be sure to try “Gully Wash”, the Bahamian cocktail made with gin, fresh coconut water, and condensed milk. You can find this drink at almost any restaurant and bar on Grand Bahama Island.
Want to take the tastes of the island home with you? Book a culinary tour with Grand Bahama Nature Tours and learn how to cook Bahamian style, so you can enjoy authentic island dishes even after the vacation is over.
Calling all chocoholics! Bootleg chocolates offers several tours and workshops to learn and sample authentically Bahamian Chocolates such as Bahamian Sea Salt, Hibiscus Caramel, Guava Duff and Gully Wash Truffles.
Sample exceptional flavors from around the globe at Junkanoo, featuring an International buffet menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner,...see more plus a casual, open-air ambiance suitable from travelers of all ages. Whether you crave a hearty American breakfast, or an afternoon snack inspired by the Caribbean, this Freeport restaurant offers something to satisfy all tastes.
Satisfy your cravings for world-class Italian fare, from savory pasta dishes like fettuccine alfredo and spaghetti alla bolognese, to...see more handcrafted pizzas with all the trimmings. Viva Cafe's dinner menu also features mouthwatering steaks and seafood like savory surf and turf and New York strip steak cooked to perfection. Reservations to this Freeport restaurant are required and can be made at our guest service desk.
Tempt the palate with the delicious Asian-inspired dishes at Bamboo restaurant. Guests can satisfy their appetite with an assortment of...see more hand-rolled sushi, or sample main entrées like beef teppanyaki, chicken chow mein and seafood stew Saigon style. Afterwards, enjoy savory desserts, the perfect ending to an unforgettable dinner. Reservations to this Freeport restaurant are required and can be made at our guest service desk.
The Seagrape Grille is a pool/beach-side restaurant offering the flavors of the Bahamas, along with favorites we all enjoy such as...see more Italian entrées, BBQ baby back ribs, shrimp scampi and much, much more. Enjoy a cool, refreshing Piña Colada on our outside deck, taking in the beauty of the ocean and the warm Caribbean breezes.
Coconuts is a pool/beach-side restaurant offering the flavors of the Bahamas, along with favorites we all enjoy such as Italian entrées,...see more BBQ baby back ribs, shrimp scampi and much, much more. Enjoy a cool, refreshing Piña Colada on our outside deck, taking in the beauty of the ocean and the warm Caribbean breezes.
Overlooking the pool and marina, our lively sports bar has plenty of activities to keep you entertained! Sip a cocktail (or two), keep...see more tabs on the latest sports games back home on flat screen TVs and challenge others to a game of pool, ping pong or darts.
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With unmatched service & attention to detail, Flying Fish offers a blend of traditional & modernist...see more cuisine techniques not used anywhere else in the Bahamas. Focusing on local seafood & indigenous ingredients prepared with the utmost skill & creativity. Flying Fish boasts the Bahamas only female Certified Sommelier, Rebecca Tibbitts. Chef Tim Tibbitts is named in the Top 25 Chefs for 2014 in the Caribbean by Caribbean Journal.
Bootleg Chocolates makes Gourmet Island-inpired Chocolates right at their shop in Port Lucaya. They use European Chocolate and add a...see more twist with Bahamian ingredients and recipes. Wake up with one of their espresso drinks using fresh-roasted organic coffee beans or indulge in one of their homemade ice creams or Conchaccino, the Bahamian Frappuccino.