The club-like décor - wood paneled wainscoting and oil portraits of 19th century sea captains - set the tone for this Paradise Island restaurant. The menu offers familiar fare with an added Bahamian influence. From the finest cuts of steaks to fresh-grilled seafood, every dish is prepared with the utmost care.
The relaxed atmosphere lends itself to a long, comfortable dining experience. From appetizer to dessert, you may find that you have spent the evening enjoying the meal and the company of your companions. The excellent service only adds to the pleasure of dining here. Reservations should be placed well in advance.
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