Styling itself as the "Home of Bahamian Cricket and Premier League Football," this restaurant and pub serves both British and Bahamian food. Mainly, though, it serves sports fans. Located a half mile west of downtown Nassau, you can watch games on the large-screen television sets, show up for the Wednesday night dart league competition or just enjoy a quiet meal in the dining room or on the breeze-cooled balcony overlooking the cricket pitch and ocean.
A traditional English breakfast is served all day, but you can also order liver and onion, shepherd pot pie or steak and kidney. Sundays the restaurant serves roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. Of course, there are many fish platters and dishes with a Bahamian flair available.
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