Here's where you would find lots of restaurants & bars all serving sumptous Bahamian food!
Arawak Cay (pronounced 'key') or Fish Fry, is a colourful strip of restaurants and bars that emphasize local food staples.
The food is great and the prices even better. The restaurant is located in an area referred to by the locals as 'fish fry'. Here you can find colourful 'huts' providing you with great food and drinks.
“We will be happy to take you to The Straw Market. This is a great part of our culture.”
“This is an immersive museum about the pirates of Nassau - about $15 per adult this is a very enjoyable experience. You explore a recreated Nassau harbour and enter a ship before moving through to scenes of battle and later the governance and dungeons of the island.”
“Downtown Nassau between the hours of 11am and 2pm is the perfect time to avoid the traffic and get in all the sights and souvenirs. We’d love to meet up with you in town for a walking tour and exclusive access to Parliament.”
“Fort Fincastle was built at the top of Bennet’s Hill as a lookout post for marauders who would try to sneak into the harbour. The building of the Fort was completed in 1793 and was made from cut limestone. It also served as a lighthouse in the early 1800’s”