Discover Nassau Foodie Blog

Sunscreen and Straw Hats Required: A Guide To Discovering Nassau’s Best Public Beaches

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Argue as you might over which Nassau attractions you’d like to experience during your visit, there’s one thing that almost everyone can agree on: heading over to one of our breathtaking, powdery, white sand beaches is a must! Once there, you can lounge, bask, swim, snorkel and enjoy taking in the most turquoise waters in the…

Discover Downtown Nassau’s Historic Churches Over Easter Weekend 2019

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In many cultures, religion can serve as the cornerstone of society- responsible for building schools, community outreach programs, and influencing systems of government that shape the very core of a country. As places of worship, these churches are often also some of the beautiful representations of art and architecture that a country can offer. Not…

3 Delicious Bahamian Easter Traditions

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There is no denying that spring has arrived here in The Bahamas! We’re starting to feel fewer of those enjoyable (but only visiting) winter breezes, colorful flowers are bursting into full bloom and the days are sharing their sunlight with us for longer and longer. And with this season also comes the annual Easter Holidays…

3 Bahamian Spirits & More Cocktail Recipes To Master At Home

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The Islands of The Bahamas are known for having a rich history of libations (almost all of which are traditionally constructed from a combination of fruit juices and rums). Interestingly, though, The Bahamas itself has never been a large producer of rum, primarily because our soil isn’t well suited to growing sugarcane year round. That…

3 Ways To Eat, Drink & Discover Nassau This Valentine’s Day

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While we’d be happy to offer our best selections on where to go in Nassau for a romantic V-Day dinner, instead, we thought we’d highlight the fact that Saint Valentine’s Day can be a lot more adventurous than sharing a candle light meal. So whether you’re a Nassau local or paying us a visit during…

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in The Bahamas: The Most Romantic Restaurants In The Family Islands

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Set amongst swaying palms and flickering candlelight, the sounds of gently rolling waves and sweet background tunes, these gorgeous restaurants in The Bahama Out Islands epitomize romance and their divine cuisine offers diners an outstanding culinary experience. If you’re already rolling your eyes and thinking “Get a room, you two!” then that would be welcomed advice…

A Festive Island Feast: Recipes Of Our Favorite Bahamian Dishes

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At this time of year, the islands are abuzz with excitement as we prepare for holiday celebrations! While we won’t experience the leaves turning amber in Fall or expect a white Christmas, we do have lots of merry parties to attend with all the food one can eat! We’ll make our tables groan with the…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Johnny Cake

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If you’re visiting our islands for a few days, chances are likely high that you’ll encounter a slice (or two or three) of our staple “Johnny Cake” at some point during your visit. It’s often spotted in local restaurants enclosed in a tight wrapping of wax paper or tin foil and sometimes you’ll find it…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Sky Juice

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If there’s one drink you have to try while you’re in The Bahamas, it’s Sky Juice. People are always talking about this creamy cocktail, so we get a lot of questions on our Bites of Nassau Food Tour about Sky Juice: what it is, what’s in it, how it got it’s name, and the list goes on…

Tru Bahamian Must Eat: Guava Jam

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Jams and jellies have always been staple items in the pantries of Bahamian households, but one jam reigns supreme in our islands, and that’s Guava Jam! Bahamian Guava Jam is a sweet, pink fruit spread made throughout the entire archipelago where guavas grow profusely. Many locals make Guava Jam themselves, but it’s so popular that…