Dining Alternatives to Atlantis?

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Jan 22nd, 2003, 09:38 AM
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Jeff
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Dining Alternatives to Atlantis?

Given the responses already on this site, I'm looking for alternative restaurant recommendations for our pending stay at the Atlantis. Anyone have a recommendations for good breakfast "spots" on Paradise Island? Can't miss lunch locales? Any feedback appreciated.

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Jan 22nd, 2003, 03:00 PM
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Just as you come over the bridge onto Paradise Island, on the right hand side there is a strip-mall type complex.
In there is a small place. I believe the name may have been The Blue Marlin. We walked there from Atlantis; it was hot, we were hungry and the lunch served hit the spot - with a cold beer! And it didn't break the bank in cost.
Not sure if they do breakfast.

One morning, if you want to get off the island - take a cab ride (12-15.00 ?) over to Nassau to the north end of the island - up where the Marriott Hotel/casino are on West Bay Street.
Right next door to the Nassau Beach Hotel is a place called Cafe Johnny Canoe. We enjoyed good food, the music, the cost, and a spirited conversation with some folks while we waited the 10 min or so for a table. It's simple fare- red beans and rice, eggs and toast, burgers...
Hope this helps.... tjc
 
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Jan 22nd, 2003, 04:52 PM
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Go to the Ocean Club for dinner one night...or even breakfast or lunch.
Beautiful outdoor dining overlooking the beach and water.
Expensive, but classy and great food.
 
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Jan 23rd, 2003, 01:47 AM
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Anthonys Caribbean grill& bar do breakfast lunch and dinner and News Cafe is also good for light meals next door ther is an Italian place called Zio Gigi which amongst other things has brick oven pizza,and a regular Italian menu obviously!If you want to go over the bridge ther are a couple of places nearby that are good,Crocodiles Harbourside bar and grill and The Poop Deck poop deck is mainly seafood and both are open for lunch and dinner but not breakfast.If you are feeling homesick ther is also Outback Steakhouse at the foot of the bridgr
 
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