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Ballyhoo Bar & Grill

  • $$
  • American

This casual eatery on the water in the Bluff House Marina offers tasty meals. Sitting under an umbrella on the deck is the best way to...

Green Turtle Club Dining

  • $$
  • European

Breakfast and lunch are served harborside on a covered, screened-in patio, while dinner takes place in the elegant dining room. At lunch,...

Harvey's Island Grill

  • $$
  • Bahamian

Sit inside and enjoy the cool air-conditioning, or grab one of the brightly painted blue and pink picnic tables on the harborside beach...

Lizard Bar & Grill

  • $$
  • Bahamian

Dine poolside overlooking the Leeward Yacht Club marina at this casual bar and grill. The grilled lobster or fresh catch (which can be...

McIntosh Restaurant and Bakery

  • $$
  • Bahamian

At this simple, diner-style restaurant, lunch means excellent renditions of local favorites, such as fried grouper and cracked conch,...

Pineapples Bar & Grill

  • $$
  • Bahamian

Hang out, take a dip in the saltwater pool, and enjoy Bahamian fare with a flair. In Black Sound, at the entrance to the Other Shore...

The Wrecking Tree

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  • Bahamian

The wooden deck at this casual restaurant was built around the wrecking tree, a place where 19th-century wrecking vessels brought their...

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