New Providence and Paradise Islands Restaurants

Foodies will delight in New Providence's restaurant range, from shabby shacks serving up the kind of food you'd find in any Bahamian's kitchen, to elegant eateries where jackets are required and the food rivals that found in any major city. You'll recognize celebrity chef names like Todd English, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and Nobu Matsuhisa, all of whom have restaurants on Paradise Island.

Eating out can get expensive, particularly in resort restaurants, so a budget-friendly strategy is having brunch at one of the myriad all-you-can-eat buffets at the larger hotels on Paradise Island and Cable Beach, then a light snack to hold you over until dinnertime.

Note: A gratuity (15%) is often added to the bill automatically.

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  • 1. Avery's

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    Wednesday night jazz under the stars and an open mic for local artists draws a crowd to Avery's, so be sure to book a table...Read More

  • 2. Bahamian Cookin' Restaurant

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    Three generations of Bahamian women treat patrons as if they were guests in their own home. And the Bahamian food whipped up in the kitchen...Read More

  • 3. Dune Restaurant

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    Feast on Jean-Georges Vongerichten's intricately prepared dishes while overlooking Cabbage Beach at the renowned Four Seasons Ocean Club. Go for breakfast or lunch for the...Read More

  • 4. Sugar Factory American Brasserie

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    Charge up your phone before you head to this funky spot—you'll want to take pictures of your food. For ultimate fun factor, start with an...Read More

  • 5. The New Duff

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    This funky little spot puts a unique Asian street food twist on the guava duff, a traditional Bahamian dessert. Fluffy, handmade steamed bao buns filled...Read More

  • 6. Anthony's

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    This lively, casual spot is one of the most affordable places for breakfast, lunch, or dinner this side of Nassau Harbour, but that doesn't mean...Read More

  • 7. Compass Point

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    This restaurant and bar is one of the best sunset-watching spots on the island. Sit indoors or out on the terrace overlooking the ocean and...Read More

  • 8. Nesbitt's Delaporte Restaurant & Lounge

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    The vibe in this hole-in-the-wall restaurant is set by whomever controls the jukebox, which has everything from current hits to old-school R&B, to local Rake...Read More

  • 9. Olives

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    Todd English has paired up with Atlantis to give his signature Mediterranean style a taste of the Caribbean. Pick the fish you want to see...Read More

  • 10. The Green Parrot

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    This often lively restaurant and bar is situated right along the harbor next to a marina. The large burgers are a favorite at the casual,...Read More

  • 11. The Swimming Pig Gastropub

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    Paying homage to the world-famous swimming pigs with its name and a few small paintings, this bustling gastropub is one of the only spots in...Read More

  • 12. Biggity

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    The Bahamian term "biggity" means bold or brash. The food served up at this small upstairs Bay Street café certainly lives up to the name,...Read More

  • 13. Columbus Tavern

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    Watch the boats in Nassau Harbour through this restaurant's enormous open windows as you dine on fresh seafood delicacies. This is a great spot to...Read More

  • 14. Indigo

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    This eclectic restaurant doubles as an art gallery—walls are lined with Bahamian originals, many of them painted by the owner's late father Brent Malone. Bahamian...Read More

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