Discover the best restaurant in Great Abaco Island, Bahamas including Coco Beach Bar & Grill, Mangoes Restaurant, Curly Tails, A Touch of Class, Cafe La Florence, Wally's Restaurant, Firefly's Last Light Bar & Grill, Snappas Chill and Grill, Treasure Sands Club, Lubber's Landing
Things to do in Great Abaco Island
4 based on 331 reviews
Beautiful setting overlooking the famous Treasure Cay Beach and the pristine turquoise ocean. Indoor and outdoor Seating with full bar. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Arrived at the bar when it was very quiet on a midweek evening. Waited 40 minutes (yes really) for a drink. And when it was served it seemed reluctant. Not good at all. The American gentlemen was correct in asserting that the positive spin was that at least it would be impossible
To get drunk there with that speed of service. Rude and unfriendly compared with Bahama Beach Club Down the road
4 based on 91 reviews
We are extremely excited to announce that Chef Clem has leased Mangoes restaurant and it is NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
Friendly service good food. Beautiful view of the harbor. Convenient to the best lodging in Marsh Harbor--The Lofty Fig.
4 based on 265 reviews
Curly Tails was awesome! This was worth the $$ for lunch. Bread from the local bakery was so fresh and soft, sandwiches were great! We had the Tomato Mozzarella Caprese Sandwich, Grouper blackened and Mahi Mahi...all were good. The side of tomatoe & cucumber salad and mango cole slaw get too. Very nice serving staff. Definitely will go back here since it was worth the $$.
4 based on 46 reviews
Lovely small family business - food was excellent! Ride to and from the local strip of hotels with warm, friendly and safe driver. We loved the local Caribbean experience.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Great sticky buns. Breakfast sandwiches just good. Friendly helpful staff. Comes in a nice reusable cloth shopping bag.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Wally's - since 1986. Fine dining restaurant featuring fresh five star Bahamian/International cuisine in a relaxed yet classic atmosphere.
Walking up to the restaurant the building a surroundings are impressive. Really a cross between casual and forma dining. the food was really well prepared and served in a timely manner. The service was just okay which was the difference between rating it a 4 rather than a 5. Will definitely go back
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Hand crafted drinks, great sunset view and delicious food. A little pricey, but I find everything in the Islands to be expensive, so par for the course. We rented a house on the north side of the island and called ahead and had Firefly come pick us up which was a lovely touch, since we over-served ourselves at their fantastic bar, and the complimentary ride home was nice. I had the burger which was outstanding.
4 based on 253 reviews
On the water overlooking the Harbour
Despite high reviews, we were not impressed. For lunch, they had only one waitress on with numerous tables filled. Then didn’t bring us our full order. Food was just ok and way overpriced for a lunch. Had to beg for our check. Perhaps a nice place for beers after 5.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
Our Edible Story.... We recommend you allow about 4 hours to relax and enjoy your dining experience. Our sankalpa is to make real tasty food in an atmosphere of elevation to literally touch the Divine through our taste buds, heightened senses and appreciation of beauty.
We have enjoyed nearby Treasure Sands for lunch and dinner on our regular visits to Treasure Cay. The setting is lovely, the service is very friendly, and the food has been excellent. This time, the food was not quite as good as in the past. The Lobster BLT was more onion and bread than lobster. The Bahamian fish Sandwich is no more, and the lunch portion of grilled fish was plain and uninteresting, without garnish. Tasty enough, but not for the price being charged. We will try again, and hope for better.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Yachtsmen, Caribbean sailors, and intrepid travelers, spend years looking for a Paradise like this. And, then they keep it a secret! Lubbers' Landing is a storybook retreat — welcoming, overnight hand-crafted cottages, well-tended kitchen, brick oven, and abundant fresh fruit tropical cocktails. The owners, Amy, a fit Yoga enthusiast, and Austin, an avid kiteboarder, are welcoming and attentive hosts. And they make the best salt-water margaritas in the history of EVER!
Guests from their mid-20s to their mid-60s, mingle comfortably, sharing their delight and enjoying the Sunshine, sandy beach, clear blue waters, and smug satisfaction that they have discovered the destination of a lifetime. Lubbers' Landing is a casual place — shorts, bathing suit, and bare feet.
You can reach Lubbers' Landing in your own boat, a rental boat for guests visiting the area, or make arrangements for someone to pick you up from nearby Elbow Cay, for a picturesque cruise to paradise.
If you spend an afternoon at the Lubbers' Landing restaurant, you'll enjoy creative fresh and local fare, especially the Island Burger made with yellowfin tuna or a native favorite, the Conch Burger...burgers hand-made gourmet style, vegetarian options are available. It is our favorite getaway and the best food in the Abacos.
Whether you visit for a day or book a stay at Lubbers' Landing...you will be as refreshed as if you enjoyed a month’s vacation, and, like us, you’ll cherish these memories the rest of your life. And like us, you will return again and again!
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