Paradise Island Restaurants & Dining
Paradise Island restaurants and dining options run the gamut from the ultra-expensive and decadent to the budget-friendly. Everyone can eat well while on vacation on Paradise Island.Even if you're staying at a resort, there are plenty of outside options to get a filling meal at a reasonable price.
At the Atlantis Resort
For special occasions or a splurge, get dressed up and dine in old French Colonial style at
the Cafe Martinique
at the Marina Village. Nearby, you'll find the succulent, grilled specialties of
the SeaFire Steakhouse
as well as the fun, casual atmosphere of
Several new Paradise Island restaurants with famous names have opened at
the Atlantis resort
in the past year or so. At the Cove,
the Mesa Grill
serves the delightful creations of celebrity chef and TV personality, Bobby Flay.
In addition, Nobuyuki Matsuhisa has opened one of his hip, world-renowned Nobu restaurants in the Atlantis Casino (in the former location of the Five Twins restaurant).
Paradise Island also offers
several buffet-style restaurants.
In the Royal Towers at Atlantis, you'll find Market Place, and Water's Edge prepares a seafood-themed buffet on the lower level of the Coral Tower's lobby. Over at the Cove Atlantis, Mosaic serves a fancier, more upscale buffet.
Directly across the street from the Atlantis Marina Village and Coral Towers,
Paradise Shopping Village
features the popular
as well as the familiar Quiznos and a convenient though overpriced grocery store.
Or stop at one of the dockside stands on Potter's Cay underneath the Paradise Island bridge. Chefs come here to choose the best of the day's catch to offer on their menus. Boats from the Out Islands of the Bahamas also bring in fresh fruit and vegetables.
You can watch the vendors removing the conch from the shell and making conch salad right there. You can't get fresher than that!
For more gastronomical adventures, you can always venture across the Paradise Island bridge or
take the ferry
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