Harbour Island is small, but it has plenty to support the many tourists who come its way. They know that people on vacation don’t want to cook for themselves, for example, so the island has plenty of restaurants to choose from. Here are some of the standout Harbour Island restaurants:
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..
If “bread” isn’t your idea of tropical cuisine, this Harbour Island restaurant will likely change your mind. For low prices that’ll quickly make this a go-to option for your breakfast cravings, Arthur’s purveys delectable choices such as pastries, French toast, breakfast sandwiches, and sticky buns. It’s only a short walk from the harbor, so look for it between King Street and Colebrook Street, north of the Methodist church.
The name may sound like a bar, but it’s actually island slang for “gossip.” Sip Sip is a casual hangout that serves island far such as conch chili, pub burgers, and curried chicken salad, in addition to a rotating selection of specials. They do feature drinks as well, including sangria, margaritas, and rum punch. They’re only open for lunch, but, located on the end of Court Street at the eastern end of the island, they’re a great spot if you’ve worked up an appetite at the beach.
Acquapazza Wine Bar and Ristorante
Looking for Italian? Yes, Harbour Island has that! For the go-to, crowd-pleasing favorites that are the hallmark of Italian restaurants, you can check out Acquapazza by the Romora Resort and Marina. It is priced for tourists, so you can expect $30+ entrees, but their desserts are $10 or less and their kids’ menu is under $20. Tourist prices aside, the food is fabulous, and the wait staff are at the top of their game.
Sunsets Bar and Grill
Nearby, at the southern end of Colebrook Street, you’ll find Sunsets Bar and Grill. “Bar” features prominently in their name, as this Harbour Island, Bahamas restaurant boasts several house drinks, many made from pineapple rum, such as the Barefoot Bandit and the Frozen Goombay Smash. They’re open for all three meals each day, and while their food is generally good, their claim to fame is their perfect spot at the edge of the water. A stone’s throw from piers, you can eat while you watch the sun go down.
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