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It is no coincidence that this old-school elegant restaurant, perched on the top floor of the Club Land’or Hotel on Paradise Island, bills itself as The Seafood Restaurant; just about every item on its menu features seafood. Looking for a meal you don’t have access to everyday? Try stone crab claws for an appetizer, followed by a bowl of old-fashioned conch chowder; then a plate of almond-fried shrimp for your main course. 

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The Blue Lagoon

It is no coincidence that this old-school elegant restaurant, perched on the top floor of the Club Land’or Hotel on Paradise Island, bills itself as The Seafood Restaurant; just about every item on its menu features seafood. Looking for a meal you don’t have access to everyday? Try stone crab claws for an appetizer, followed by a bowl of old-fashioned conch chowder; then a plate of almond-fried shrimp for your main course.