Restaurants

Top Choice Bahamian in Nassau

Fish Fry

The colorful village of conch stands, bars, jerk joints and seafood restaurants at Arawak Cay, known collectively as the 'Fish Fry', is one of Nassau's great experiences. Come for conch salad, fried chicken wings, f…
Top Choice Italian in Nassau

Café Matisse

Hidden among downtown Nassau's historic government buildings, this dignified Italian is a delightful alternative to the nearby cruise-ship and duty-free scene. Grab a patio table in good weather and let professional…
International in Nassau

Graycliff Restaurant

Make like a colonial-era dignitary at this atmospheric fine-diner in the 18th-century Graycliff Hotel. The predominantly European menu deploys a lot of imported ingredients (French chèvre, Russian caviar) but also m…
Bahamian in Nassau

Potter's Cay

Less popular than the Fish Fry, but just as good for a conch salad or sheep's-tongue souse, this lively market sits beneath the Paradise Island Exit Bridge. Fishing boats from the Out Islands arrive daily, carrying …
Brazilian in Nassau

Humidor Churrascaria

Machismo hangs in the smoky air at this Brazilian steakhouse attached to the Graycliff Hotel complex. Hunks of dripping pork loin, lamb, beef and spicy sausages are carved tableside from wicked-looking metal skewers…
Greek in Nassau

Athena Cafe

This family-run Greek taverna above a Bay St jewelry store does very solid renditions of the Hellenic classics, such as dolmades, grilled seafood, moussaka and gyro (the pork is particularly good). It can be very pl…