Outriggers Native Restaurant

Owned and operated by the same family for generations, Outrigger Native Restaurant is a favorite amongst locals and tourists alike, offering Bahamian favorites and numerous barbecued menu options.

Food

Dine on your favorite barbecue fare and local dishes at Outrigger. Options include fried grouper, chicken, lobster tail, and cracked conch. Each Wednesday the restaurant hosts a fish fry, bringing a party atmosphere to dinner time.

Outriggers Native Restaurant is a bar and grill where they proudly serve their take on Caribbean cuisine. When it comes to the level of formaility, the setting here is very casual. The option to eat here is on the table during both dinner and lunch, so make time to stop by.

Ambiance

An open air shack set right on the beach, this is the epitome of a Bahamian beach bar. Late night bonfires even happen on occasion.

Location

Located east of downtown Freeport, Outriggers Native Restaurant makes a pleasant choice for those staying close-by.

With a respectable amount of attractions near the restaurant, helping visitors to have a new experience every day. The nearest visitor favorites from their location include Museum Of Underwater Exploration and Ye Olde Pirate Bottle House, both of which are just a short drive away.

Some active guests are also drawn to the range of outdoor pursuits located around this district. Anyone who've only dreamed about playing in such a beautiful location could plan ahead to play a round at this restaurant's closest golf club, Lucayan Golf Course. Besides your spikes, you might want to bring a bathing suit for Taino Beach, which is the most convenient beach and is only a short distance away. Also, keep in mind these two options are among a few different options for golf courses and beaches in the vicinity.

Nearby Restaurants

For guests looking for another restaurant that has some similar menu items and/or comparable prices, there are lots of nearby options to consider, including Tony Macaroni's Conch Experience.

On the other hand, if you're looking for something different, this section of Grand Bahama Island boasts an excellent range of restaurant options that will be sure to suit the tastes of almost every kind of diner. For example, you might also consider trying some good eats and different cuisines at a nearby area restaurant, like Taino By the Sea, which is a short distance west.

Hours and Cost

Outrigger accepts cash only. Outriggers Native Restaurant is closed on Sundays.

Contact Info

Location: Freeport, Grand Bahama Island

Phone: (242) 373-4811

Secondary Phone: (242) 374-4135

Website: http://www.outriggersnative.cbt.cc/

Email: janetw79@hotmail,com

 

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