One of the main island’s most popular restaurants, Tippy’s gets its character from imitating old salty beach shacks. The difference? This one serves food a couple of notches above typical Bahamian beach fare. The chalkboard menu allows the on-display kitchen to flux with fresh availability.
For lunch and dinner, creative pizzas such as bacon and onion or grilled veggies garner favor. At dinner, when you should have a reservation in season, the choices range from local conch specialties to Angus strip steak and lasagna.
In bright yellows and blues with its windows flung open, Tippy’s catches sea breezes and scents. It’s a good beach to station your day with trips to the restaurant for beverages and lunch.