While exploring the Bahamas, expect to be impressed by the delicious array of places to eat. If you have a taste for American food in particular, then you will want to visit the various establishments that dub it their specialty. You and your hungry sidekicks will find several places that feature it on their menus.
With choices such as the very casual favorite named After Deck Restaurant to the inviting afternoon tea, breakfast and lunch at Starbucks International Bazaar, there is a choice for every person in your party and style of vacation.
Take time to get more details about the large collection of American restaurants awaiting The Bahamas' guests. Find one that whets your appetite and click its name to view more information about its location, style, and more.
Zorbas Greek Cuisine, a part of Port Lucaya Marketplace, is located just outside the heart of Port Lucaya. When you and your traveling companions have a desire to mate American cuisine with Caribbean flair, this eatery is dishing up both. Transport yourself across the world and enjoy some authentic Greek favorites including gyros, kebabs, moussaka, as well as the large Greek Salads and delicious sweet baklava. In addition to their traditional menu, they also serve a selection of Caribbean and American favorites.
Sweet-n-Sticky Fingerz, a part of Port Lucaya Marketplace, is situated toward the center of Port Lucaya. Speaking of delicious, specialty American food, this place is especially proud of their coffee and ice cream. Sweet-n-Sticky is first and foremost known for their tasty ice cream and hot coffee. However, they also serve some easy to eat sandwiches, salads, and fruit bowls that are just as great. Further, something they are proud of is that all of their salads and fruit entrees are made fresh with ingredients that were prepared that very day.
Set a few hundred yards south of downtown Freeport, Bahamian Illustrated Internet Cafe is located at International Bazaar, and is a viable choice worth considering if you're going to spend some time exploring this part of the city and adjacent areas. The general vibe and formality of this popular spot is very casual, and that's good because diners won't be needing their high heels and shirt ties to order and indulge in whatever sounds good. The Internet Cafe offers small snacks, drinks, and of course, access to the internet.
After Deck Restaurant, a part of Port Lucaya Marketplace, is situated toward the heart of Port Lucaya. Fresh seafood and American flavors both share the spotlight at this laid-back establishment. The eclectic menu at the After Deck features dishes that both tourist and locals will recognize. However, the restaurant's specialization is their breakfast menu, which features both famous and lesser known entrees from across the Atlantic.
Positioned a few hundred yards south of downtown Freeport, Starbucks International Bazaar is on the same premises as International Bazaar, and is a good choice worth considering if you're going to spend some time exploring this part of the city and its environs. Pay a visit or two to Freeport if your busy day calls for a satisfying serving of coffee. While you can go to Starbucks and order some plain coffee, they are known for their flavored drinks and special lattees. In addition to coffee drinks, they also have black, green, and herbal teas, as well as other hot and cold beverages. If you are hungry, you can also pick up a pastry or sandwich.
|After Deck Restaurant||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport||American, Caribbean, European||(242) 351-7591|
|2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport||American||--|
|Bahamian Illustrated Internet Cafe||1.1 mi. South of Downtown Freeport||American||(242) 352-1120|
|Burger King Freeport||0.8 mi. South of Downtown Freeport||American||--|
|KFC Freeport||Downtown Freeport||American||352-2430|
|2.3 mi. East of Central Freeport||American, International||(242) 373-1333|
|Starbucks International Bazaar||1.1 mi. South of Downtown Freeport||American, International||--|
|Subway Port Lucaya||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport||American||(242) 373-6757|
|Sweet-n-Sticky Fingerz||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport||American||--|
|Zorbas Greek Cuisine||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport||American, Caribbean, Greek||(242) 373-6137|
In addition to American restaurants, you can continue your search by exploring a staple menu item that could suit your taste even better. For the sake of your dining agenda, click on any of these further suggestions and the favorites they serve:
|Dive-In Grille||(242) 373-1244||Hamburgers||2.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Seagrape Grille||(242) 373-1271||Barbecue||1.7 mi. South-Southeast of Central Freeport|
|Outriggers Native Restaurant||(242) 373-4811||Barbecue||3.2 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Tony Macaroni's Conch Experience||(242) 533-6766||Hamburgers||2.7 mi. East of Central Freeport|
|Billy Joe's||(305) 735-8267||Hamburgers||1.7 mi. South of Central Freeport|
|Pollo Tropical Grand Bahama||(242) 352-3839||Family Fare||Grand Bahama Island|
|Bishop's Beach Club & Bar||(242) 353-5485||Barbecue||High Rock, Central Grand Bahama|
|Teaser’s Tiki Bar||(242) 350-6500||Barbecue||0.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central West End|
|Pretzel House||(242) 352-5450||Hot Dogs||1.1 mi. South of Downtown Freeport|
|Plantation Café||(242) 373-1333||Comfort Food||2.1 mi. East of Central Freeport|
Sometimes, the most satisfying restaurants in the Bahamas are those you run into naturally while trekking the town of your choice. But, having the contact info for at least two nice-looking restaurants in your daily agenda, means you won't have to settle for something less. To discover more information concerning the kinds of food awaiting you, check out this page.
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