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LONG ISLAND RESTAURANTS

Dining in the Bahamas always offers the possibility of a grand culinary adventure. This is particularly true in Long Island, where the strong influence of local culture shapes the cuisines offered there. he food on Long Island is clearly heavily influenced by local cultures and cuisine. It makes for a rich culinary exploration of the subtle qualities of Bahamian cuisine. Your meals here will be satisfying and memorable.

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Chez Pierre

At Millers Bay Beach, a few steps from the beach cottages is an ocean-fronting restaurant that serves the best food on the island (According to Frommers), a blend of French, Italian, and Caribbean cuisine, using island-grown fresh produce along with fresh fish and seafood from local waters. The location is halfway between Stella Maris and Deadman's Cay.Chef Pierre does amazing things with his homegrown ingredients and fresh caught daily seafood. This small, ocean side restaurant is worth seeking out.

Cape Santa Maria Resort Restaurant

Long Island Restaurants

Culinary delights prepared by our local chefs feature delicious seafood caught earlier in the day. From steak and lobster to grouper to crispy conch fritters, you'll taste the best of Bahamas and Continental cuisine. Fine imported wines and sinfully delicious desserts complement your meal, served with a smile by friendly staff from nearby villages

Once the exclusive domain of the ultra-rich and famous, including such illustrious names as the Kennedy, DuPont and Kellogg, the Cape Santa Maria Beach Resort has a fine restaurant that serves a variety of well prepared dishes, clearly influenced by the local cuisine. The seafood is fresh and plentiful and the broiled lobster and conch salad are especially good.

Max's Conch Bar and Grill

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This open air restaurant is located on the main road in Deadman's Cay. Max's Conch Grill and Bar is simply fabulous, a must visit for both the quality of the food and the atmosphere. It's a fun place, drawing as many, if not more, locals as tourists. Open from 9am to 9pm every day of the week, staying open later is there's a good flow and vibe in the bar. The conch salad is exceptional, as are the conch burgers, and the conch dumplings tasty. Daily specials include baked ham or steamed pork. On site, there's general store and a miniature golf course that is free to play. It is very casual and reservations are not needed. And remember, this is the land of that tasty drink, the Long Island Iced Tea.



The Forest offers Bahamian cuisine and American casual fare in a rustic, simple sort of atmosphere, just outside of Clarence Town. Among the culinary offerings are a variety of finger foods, such as hot and spicy chicken wings, potato skins, cracked conch, barbecued chicken, and grouper fingers. There is a bar and pool table, an invitation to linger. Live music and dancing are a part of every other weekend's festivities. Credit cards are not accepted, so you should remember to come prepared to pay in cash.

Kooter's offers simple food in a casual atmosphere, with daily specials that sometimes can be seafood, on other days, ribs. Conch burgers that are counted among the best of the island and club sandwiches, served with homemade French fries are popular favorites. They also serve ice cream. Most like to take their food and drink out on the deck, where there is a lovely view of Mangrove Bush Point.

Earlies Tavern, aside from being a popular nightspot among the locals, also serves excellent quality, simple tavern style food. The menu includes burgers, sandwiches, grouper, cracked conch, lobster and fish. Boxed lunches for picnic or just general take out orders are available upon request. This too, like many of the eating and drinking establishments, is a cash only operation. You'll need to come prepared to pay cash.

Jeraldine's Jerk Pit, serving tradition jerk foods and conch salad, and Mario's Blue Chip, serving among many other satisfying dishes, grouper fingers and fresh crayfish, are both popular roadside stands on Queens Highway.




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