Restaurants in Bahamas
Bahamian cuisine naturally includes fresh seafood, but also tropical fruits, rice, peas, and pork. Some influence has come from the American South as well. Bahamas restaurants offer both fusion and traditional cuisines. Arawak Cay is a mile west of downtown Nassau, this is a village of seafood shacks with the best conch fritters. It’s also referred to as the “Fish Fry.” Popular spots include Goldie’s and Twin Brothers, but it’s also smart to see what the locals choose as their meal of choice (most visit on Sunday nights).
Miss Emily’s Blue Bee Bar at Green Turtle Cay is one of the best Bahamas restaurants on the island. It is known for Miss Emily’s signature drink “the goombay smash,” which is a sweet mix of rum and pineapple juice. Tippy’s Bar and Beach Restaurant is a more upscale spot serving global seafood dishes with Bahamian flair. It’s open-air, right on the beach, and often full of “it” people from America, on vacation from Hollywood and elsewhere. It’s touted as one of the best restaurants in the Bahamas, and lives up to its reputation.