Nassau Fish Fry

Nassau Fish Fry

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West Bay St., Nassau,

Just west of downtown, the Fish Fry at Arawak Cay is a collection of several restaurants and bars serving some of the freshest, most authentic Bahamian fare on the island. Located along the waterfront, the restaurants are housed in pastel-colored shacks, many of which have outdoor patios. In addition to specialties like fried shrimp and grilled lobster tails, most of the menus include the ever-popular conch fritters and homemade conch salad. Drink options range from local Kalik beer to fresh fruit daiquiris and the signature Sky Juice cocktail, a mixture of gin, coconut water, and sweetened condensed milk.

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