Paradise Island is known for powder soft beaches and crystal clear, turquoise water, great for diving and snorkeling. Visitors can try their luck at the Atlantis Casino and dine “around the world” at celebrity chef restaurants. Spend the day at Aquaventure Water Park or swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cay. Take a scenic stroll through Marina Village or shop for souvenirs at Bahamas Craft Center and Craft Cottage. Or just soak up the Caribbean sun on a beautiful beach.
Things to do in Paradise Island
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Great food in a pleasant garden setting. Eat outside if the weather is nice. The pasta with favs beans was delicious. Limited, expensive wine list. Good service.
4.5 based on 770 reviews
Located in the heart of downtown Bay Street, Athena cafe offers the authentic greek cuisine with a Bahamian flare. Not only you can find the traditional greek favorites here but also Bahamian delicacies such as conch, snapper, grouper and lobster! We are a true, family operated business that want everyone to feel like family as soon as they enter. Have a choice to sit at our cosy bar, our air conditioned dining room or the lively verandah.
On our most recent cruise to Nassau, Bahamas in February, we made definite plans to visit Athena Cafe for lunch on our return to the ship......the location is very close to the port....and we had a delightful time......excellent food/servers and most importantly, excellent hospitality from the owners.....we will be back again!!!!!!!!!!! E'xochos!!!!!!!!
4 based on 484 reviews
We were there with a group. Service and food were exceptional. Would definitely come back. I had the grouper which was fresh and excellently prepared. I asked if the salmon or the grouper would be a good choice. Was told by the waiter that the grouper was fresh, unlike the salmon which was frozen.
4 based on 606 reviews
Café Martinique is quite beautiful, with a cozy bar filled with carved antique furniture, and a dining room bursting with colorful flowers. There are etched glass windows that filter the hot Bahamian sun, overlooking the beautiful Marina and a stunning Mahogany staircase, and birdcage elevator to impress.
Run by protégée Michael Lewis, the cuisine of super-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten is now the attraction. I had the Grouper which was a fresh, local delight, paired with a small lobster tail as a delicious add on. It was a marvelous meal that is seldom experienced these days.
You can't help feel the atmosphere... a throwback to a kinder, more gentle era, with men dressed in lush tailored suits and beautiful women gracing the room. The dining room displays luxury and the lovingly recreated ambiance, made famous by it's appearance in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball. The restaurant speaks to that era and surrounds it's patrons with old world elegance and iconic style.
There is a strict dress code as there should be, and it's not easy to get a reservation so you should plan your visit ahead. Expect excellent service, and a true fine dining experience. Highly recommended.
4 based on 1 reviews
A fresh concept in custom-made cuisine, this Mediterranean-influenced restaurant features action cooking stations to prepare dishes on demand, from fresh fish to churassco. Designed by Jeffrey Beers, the restaurant changes form day to evening utilizing light to play off the polished chrome, wenge wood and limestone.
We visited for dinner twice in 5 days. Food is outstanding in both variety and quality. Sushi was a great starter. Stews were awesome, but might be spicy for some. I do think they have cut back on the number of Deserts (missed the white chocoholic mousse and butterscotch pudding) but the freshly made crepes made up for it.
4.5 based on 349 reviews
Bahamian Cookin Restaurant & Bar is Nassau's oldest Bahamian Restaurant,specializing in authentic Bahamian Cuisine.Owned and operated by 3 generations of Bahamian women, this local establishment has been providing Bahamians and tourists with flavorful Bahamian Cuisine for over 29 years.
My son wanted to eat like the locals so we saw their sign on Bay St and followed it to the restaurant. First impression when you walk in is that this is no chain restaurant. Nothing fancy here. But oh was the food so food! The wait staff were so nice to us and accommodated us.
4 based on 915 reviews
This is classic 60's Diner . If you are up for quick meal in friendly , unassuming atmosphere this is the place in the Marina. Fast service and fair prices.
4 based on 439 reviews
Your familiar Dunkin' Donuts, but in Paradise! Get Dunkin' hot and iced coffees, espresso based beverages, small batch cold brew, and frozen beverages. We have breakfast sandwiches all day and the best tuna Sandwich on Paradise Island.
i enjoy thier coffee and they were very nice and helped with directions to other places of intrestis we were there almost every day an service was as good each time
4 based on 722 reviews
We were able to get in without Reservations nor wait. Staff is very good.
They have a nice wine selection with prices ranging from $50 on up.
I had a boneless rib eye which was excellent. My wife had the filet which was also great.
The prices were a little high, but this is expected in a resort area.
4 based on 854 reviews
We stopped by during our visit to the Atlantis. There are a wide variety of pizzas as well as pasta to choose from. We had the broccoli and spinach pizza which was great and our daughter loved her pasta. We also really enjoyed the garlic bread.
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