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Harbour Island Bars


Harbour Island is best known for its beautiful beaches and charming buildings. But what do you do when the sun goes down? Or, where can you enjoy dinner while watching the sun set behind Eleuthera? Harbour Island is

only about 3.5 square miles, but “harbors” a great selection of Harbour Island bars where you can relax in style.

Da Vine Wine & Sushi

You will find Da Vine Wine & Sushi on Bay St in the old John Bull building at the bottom of the steps between Rock House and The Landing hotels.  Offering world class sushi as well as a full wine selection that will whet the most discerning pallets..

Beyond the Reef

You’ll find Beyond the Reef near the northwest corner of Bay Street. It’s one of the western-most points on the island, so if a tropical sunset is your dream, make sure to get a spot here—tables all up and down Bay Street fill up when the sun gets low. This Harbour Island bar is open until midnight, and the food—delicious and fairly priced—can make this place a staple of your day.

Daddy D’s

Daddy D’s is on Dunmore Street, and it’s not so much a bar as a nightclub. It’s near the center of the town, near Arthur’s Bakery. It’s actually upstairs—the bottom floor is a business called Tropic Hut. It can get crowded—the room isn’t too large—but the DJ keeps the beats bumping and the people dancing. This is where you head to dance the night away.

Sip Sip

On the eastern end of Harbour Island, Bahamas, down Court Street, find Sip Sip. It’s not named for what you do there, but is rather local slang for gossip. It doesn’t fit the continental description of a bar; it’s more of a hangout. The restaurant serves island staples, plus a few beverages as well, including Bloody Mary’s, passion fruit Sangria, and margaritas, plus frozen options like piña coladas and daiquiris—ask for them virgin for a nice treat for the kids.

Sunsets Bar and Grille

More toward the center of the island’s west end, near the southern end of Colebrook Street, you’ll find Sunset’s Bar and Grille. The food here is pretty good, and they have a wide selection of drinks to pick from. The best part is their view—from their deck, you can enjoy watching the waves lap up against the pier as the light filters through your colorful drink.

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