Nassau & Paradise Island, Bahamas Family Friendly Restaurants

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Dunmore TownHarbour Island, Out Islands, 242-333-2253
For more than 25 years, Angela's Starfish Restaurant has been a favorite spot for down-home cooking. Perched on a hill overlooking the water, you place your order inside, and then take dinner out to the garden, where lamps made from seashells rest on white tables. Their signature dish is conch salad, made with chunks of the shellfish, diced vegetables, tangy lime juice and hot peppers. Wash it down with sweet lemonade or a Kalik beer, and then try the guava duff. Rich dough is wrapped around guava paste, steamed and served with a sinful amount of rum, cream and egg sauce.
 
Colebrook St.Dunmore Town, Harbour Island,
Treat yourself and the family to a meal at Avery's, a hole-in-the-wall (we mean that in the best way) little eatery. Try the lobster-on-a-stick or the seafood and curry. Kids are sure to love the fried chicken wings or hamburger.
 
Trinity PlaceNassau, New Providence Island, 242-328-0334
Pop into this cute and casual little restaurant for a true taste of the Bahamas. Kids will certainly devour the chicken fingers or the barbecue ribs for lunch, while parents give the grouper cutlet a try or the minced lobster. Dinner items include steamed pork chops, steamed chicken, and a seafood platter. Open Monday through Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Thursday through Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
 
East Beach DriveFreeport, Grand Bahama Island, 242-352-5247
If you're in the Freeport area, grab a booth at Becky's for breakfast, and dine on pancakes, eggs and johnnycakes. Lunch features such Bahamian specialties as conch chowder and curried mutton.
 
Steventon, Great Exuma, 242-358-0059
When in the Bahamas, eat conch at this ever-so-colorful little beachfront eatery. Menu items include conch fritters, snapper scampi and cracked conch. Kids will certainly inhale the cheeseburger with peas and rice, while parents keep it healthy with the conch salad.
 
Casino Dr at Atlantis ResortParadise Island, New Providence Island, 242-363-3000
Once the skies grow dark, folks head to Marina Village, an open-air mall that resembles the Bahamas of yore with its colorful clapboard-sided houses. Here's where you'll find Cafe Martinique, a newer version of the famous restaurant with Chef Jean-George Vongerichten now at the helm. The Cove houses the Caribbean outpost of Bobby Flay's popular Mesa Grill, while star chef Nobu Matsuhisa serves yellowtail sashimi and other Japanese favorites at his restaurant, Nobu.
 
Sea Horse Rd.Freeport, Grand Bahama Island,
Dive into some sweet and savory Italian food with the family at Cappuccino's Italian Restaurant in the Bahamas. Menu items include fried calamari, chicken Alfredo, chicken Parmesan, and penne a la vodka. Opt to dine on the outdoor patio.
 
George Town, Great Exuma, 242-336-2535
Head on over to this classic Bahamian restaurant for a true taste of the Bahamas. Families can choose from menu items including the conch burger, the fish dish and crack lobster.
 
Queens Hwy.George Town, Great Exuma,
Families are invited to sample some of the finest-tasting lighter fare in the Bahamas. Kids are sure to savor in the rich and hearty tastes of the chicken sandwich, served on lightly toasted bread, while parents keep it healthy, yet satisfying with the pesto chicken. Be sure to grab a seat on its outside terrace. Open Monday through Saturday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Dunmore Town, Harbour Island,
Stop into this quaint and casual little deli for some mouthwatering sandwiches and salads, as well as some breakfast items. You can even enjoy your meal on their porch, if you'd like.
 
Port Lucaya MarketplaceGrand Bahama Island, 242-373-9107
Located in the Port Lucaya Marketplace, Giovanni's is known for its pasta dishes and seafood-based Italian dishes like pan-fried grouper and lobster doused in white wine.
 
Tingum Village HotelColebrook St.Dunmore Town, Harbour Island,
Settle into this quaint and casual little eatery for your next meal in the Bahamas. Menu items include burgers and conch fritters, as well as fried chicken and other various Bahamian favorites. Be sure to scoop into the key lime pie for dessert.
 
Marina VillageNew Providence Island,
Dive into some seriously delicious and perfectly cheesy pizza, all the while taking in the magnificent views of the neighboring marina, at Marina Pizza. Other menu items include salads and sushi. Save room for dessert if you can, and dive into the Oreo cupcake or the cheesecake.
 
East Bay St.Nassau, New Providence Island, 242-394-6347
Head to this almost Greek-style restaurant for some seriously delicious food. Kids are sure to inhale the grilled hot dog or the baby back ribs for lunch, while parents keep it light with the tossed garden salad or the tuna salad platter. For dinner, dabble in the capellini scampi or the blackened Bahamian grouper. Open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 6 to 11 p.m.
 
One Casino Dr. Atlantis ResortNew Providence Island, 242-363-30
Be sure to enjoy a meal at this 1950's, New York-inspired restaurant at Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort in the Bahamas. Menu items include soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, dogs and wraps, as well as milkshakes. The kids' menu includes favorites such as chicken fingers, grilled cheese and mac and cheese. Open daily for breakfast, 7 to 11:30 a.m., 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for lunch, and 4:30 to 10 p.m. for dinner.
 
Bay & Hill St.Rock House HotelHarbour Island, 242-333-2050
Located at the Rock House Hotel is the Rock House Restaurant. Families with teens can enjoy menu items such as pasta, lobster and crab claws, all the while taking in the spectacular views of the Harbour Island Bay.
 
William’s TownExuma, Great Exuma, 242-345-4102
Relax and unwind at this hut-style eatery located right on the beach. Menu items include lobster and grouper, both served with corn and Bahamian rice. Kids can run around on the beach while they wait for their food, and parents can enjoy a refreshing cocktail. Open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
 
Mackey St. Bridge Plaza CommonsNassau, New Providence Island,
Sushi lovers, rejoice! Seafront Sushi is ready and willing to prepare quite possibly some of the best sushi you've ever had. Menu items include the seaweed salad and the spicy tuna salad, as well as sushi, sashimi, and chicken teriyaki. Try your best to save room for dessert and dive into the green tea ice cream or the tempura ice cream. Open Monday through Thursday, noon to 4 p.m. for lunch and 6 to 10 p.m. for dinner, and Friday and Saturday, 6 to 11 p.m. for dinner.
 
Court StreetDunmore Town, Harbour Island, 242-333-3316
Dive into some truly delicious grub at this waterfront restaurant in Dunmore Town. Menu items include grilled grouper, grilled shrimp, baby octopus, and seared ahi tuna. Save room for dessert if you can and give the chocolate banana bread pudding a try or the carrot cake. Open Wednesday through Monday, 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
 
Dunmore Town, Harbour Island ,
Enjoy your next meal with the family at Sunsets Restaurant. Located on Romora Marina and the bay, families are encouraged to try one of its ever-so-popular sandwiches or dive into the fried calamari, served with marinara and pepperoncino sauce. Kids can choose from a menu all their own, which includes chicken tenders, hot dogs, grilled chicken and fries and pasta with butter and cheese or marinara. Open daily, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
 
East Bay StreetNassau, New Providence Island, 242-393-8175
One of two popular restaurants in the area, expect steamed fish or tender chicken. The more intrepid will want to try spicier local fare.

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