Plato’s Lounge (Royal Towers at Atlantis, Casino Drive, Paradise Island) – this is another popular hangout spot within the Atlantis Resort. Patrons go there to get away from the din at the casino. A pianist is usually on hand to set the quieter mood of this lounge. Note that during the daytime, it doubles as […]
Pete’s Pub & Gallery (Marsh Harbour, Great Abaco Island) – this is a local watering hole with décor that appears to be a hodge podge of souvenirs scraped together from previous hurricanes. Visitors seem to be as pleased with the meals served here (be it the mango-grilled grouper burger, pepper coated snapper or grilled yellow […]
Señor Frog’s (West Bay Street, near the British Colonial Hilton, Nassau) – this is the one and the same sports bar found at other international resort hot spots, such as Cancún, Aruba, and Puerto Rico. Although a variety of American and Mexican food items are served, patrons primarily go there to drink (as a sport […]
Prop Club (Radisson Grand Lucaya Resort, Royal Palm Way) – this is a beachside sports bar located within the Grand Lucayan Resort. Patrons hang out here for a while, and then venture to the nearby marina and entertainment complex (Port Lucaya Marketplace).
Nippers Beach Bar & Grill (Great Guana Cay, Great Abaco Island) – this bar is famed for its “adult slurpees” – which are reputed to hit drinkers sometime after consumption. But patrons here insist that’s part of the fun with coming here. Aside from the ocean view, patrons also come by during Nippers’ Sunday pig-roast.
Crystal Palace (Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino, Cable Beach, New Providence Island) – this is a 800-seat theater that stages glitzy shows reminiscent of Las Vegas.
Dragon’s Ultra Lounge (Atlantis Paradise Island) –– unwind and enjoy a cocktail and great music in Atlantis’s ultra lounge. Just off the Casino floor and steps away from the gaming action.
Daiquiri Shack (West Bay Street, Nassau) – located across the street from the Wyndham and near Cable Beach, this bar serves over 20 varieties of Daiquiris – from strawberry, to piña colada, coconut, lime and peach. The blue and yellow Bahamian décor, and Caribbean music helps attract newly-arrived tourists.
Club Fluid (West Bay Street, near Frederick Street, Nassau) – located within a two-story building in downtown Nassau, Club Fluid attracts a young 20-something crowd (more locals than tourists), and plays mainly reggae, soca, hip-hop and R&B music.
Club Waterloo (East Bay Street, Nassau) – previously a lakeside mansion, this nightspot has a central pool, and spacious tropical feel that consistently attracts the partying crowds (helped by the drink prices that start as little as $3 each). This place is a hit with Spring Break college crowds.