Kick off a laid-back evening over cocktails in our 60s-era dining room showcasing vintage photos of the Bahamas or on our breezy oceanfront patio. The place to see and be seen, the Clubhouse serves up casual fine dining with a blend of contemporary Mediterranean cuisine. Fresh seafood, tropical fruits and local ingredients lend sumptuous island flavors that capture the Bahamian spirit.
From casual to refined, Romora Bay Resort and Marina showcases a fusion of Bahamian and American cuisines for an unexpected feast of the senses in a casual bistro setting overlooking the beautiful turquoise waters of Harbour Island. Sip cocktails while enjoying live music Bahamas’ top musicians play local island music at Sunsets at Romora Bay throughout the week from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
The Rock House restaurant situated in the British Colonial style main house is renowned for its exquisite cuisine and as a favorite haunt of the celebrity and jet set scene that frequent Harbour Island. For dinner, request a table with sunset views across the bay, the beautiful appointed Chef’s table, or romantic poolside setting. Guests can grab a pre-dinner cocktail at Rock House’s Al Fresco Martini Bar featuring signature cocktails (including their famous Goombay Smash), martinis, and exceptional wine list.
Lunch is served 12pm - 2pm.
Dinner seating on the half hour between 6:30pm - 9pm. Credit card required to guarantee reservations. Failure to appear or canceling after 12pm the day of the reservation will result in a penalty of $50 per person. For tables of ten or more guests, the cancellation policy is 48 hours prior to your reservation. If you are late for your reservations, The Rock House reserves the right to replace your reservation.
Considered by many one of the top culinary destinations in the Caribbean, The Landing has become a Harbour Island culinary institution since opening its doors. Occupying the first floor of an India Hicks designed guesthouse, The Landing serves up a contemporary menu based on local produce and local fish and seafood. With an emphasis on fresh and quality ingredients, Chef Madelene Pedican ensures consistent, top notch culinary experiences. Don’t skip ordering a bottle or two of wine—co-owner Toby Tyler’s 800-bottle cellar is one of the finest in the islands.
Part wine store, part sushi hotspot, Da Vine is one of the island's most unique culinary offerings, combining old-world European flair with traditional Japanese cuisine. Helmed by Chef Edwin, a NOBU alum, the kitchen and sushi bar serve up fresh and innovative sashimi, sushi rolls, soba and ramen noodles and favorite entrees including Lamb Chop, Black Cod Miso and a decadent Wagyu Beef. Guests can pair their favorite bites with Da Vine’s fine selections of sake, a craft beer or a bottle of wine from their vast selection.
This family-run popular local cafe serves delicious meals and their own signature blends as they are also the only coffee roasting company in the Bahamas. Service is particularly cheerful and breakfast and lunch are not to be missed. Diners will be delighted by thick slices of Bahama Bread French Toast, perfectly cooked Poached Eggs on Avocado Toast paired with a cup of their signature blend. The Bahamas Coffee Roasters are the only coffee roasting company in the country of The Bahamas.
Pro Tip: Bahamas Coffee Roasters hosts a weekly Pizza Night every Friday and they suggest reserving your pizza early in the day, as this night has become increasingly popular with locals and tourists alike.
This Licensed Starbucks Coffeeshop is located across the street from Valentine's Marina in the center of town and serves coffee, teas and breakfast items including acai bowls, baked goods, sandwiches, smoothies, and fresh juices. Cocoa is a great place to catch up on emails and mingle to find out the best events and parties happening on the island on any given day.
Briland's only Italian restaurant offers a change of pace from the island's standard fare, and a change of scenery, too. It's located on the island's south end at the Harbour Island Marina, with a dockside terrace where you can take in the sunset while sipping one of its exclusively imported Italian wines. Chef and owner Manfredi Mancini's hearty portions of fried calamari and pasta e fagioli (with beans) don't disappoint and he incorporates Bahamian twists with conch, lobster and group into his fare. A local tip - Boaters at Harbour Island Marina can call and place to-go orders, arrive by boat, grab and go and enjoy your meal aboard your vessel as you cruise around the bay.
Arthur’s Bakery bakes up homemade Bahama Bread, rolls, muffins, donuts and other assorted sweet treats fresh daily. Affordable and consistent, Arthur’s is a great spot for simple breakfast fare and a quick sandwich on the go. Pro Tip: Owner Robert Arthur is a great resource for real estate information on Harbour Island and is always happy to chat about the current market.
Overlooking Latitude 25's built pool, with the pristine jewel toned ocean as backdrop, Latitude 25 Restaurant is helmed by Executive Chef Ludovic Jarland who delivers award winning culinary excellence daily for breakfast and dinner.
Our simple yet sophisticated Beach Bar sits high up, overlooking our magnificent beach. You can see out on the ocean for miles. You won’t find a more breathtaking spot for lunch or drinks. Beach Bar Chef Ken Gomes has created a stellar menu of the freshest and most irresistible appetizers and entrees, and a wine and cocktail list like no other.
Sweet Spot Café is a plant-based juice bar and eatery opened in 2011 and run by two sisters born and raised in Dunmore Town and pride themselves on serving the freshest cold-pressed juices, healthy smoothies, organic snacks, raw desserts, vegan bites and homemade drinks all made with love.
Cold-pressed juices, healthy smoothies, organic snacks, raw desserts, vegan food and homemade drinks made with love.
The Dunmore Deli Harbor Island, located centrally in Dunmore Town, features local, American, and American-influenced food. Enjoy e a selection of fresh sandwiches and a full breakfast. There are plenty of sweet treats, coffees and several vegetarian selections.
Hit the beach for a few hours before heading up to Blue Bar & Restaurant for lunch al fresco. Situated just above the pink-sand beach, the restaurant has the perfect view for sipping their signature cocktails and enjoying fish tacos, a grouper ciabatta, or any of the other island-inspired menu options. If you're in the mood for a cheeseburger, try the Blue Water Burger on a brioche roll. Blue Bar & Restaurant is also openly daily for breakfast. During the summer the Blue Bar is also open for dinner.
Situated just across from Pink Sands Beach and overlooking the stunning blue waves, Sip Sip first opened on Harbour Island in 2002. Sip Sip hosts some of the most beautiful views imaginable. Today, visitors come for the color, great conversation and versatile menu offerings. Blue shutters and spacious patio make this very much a casual and open-air environment where you’re welcome to grab a drink, make new friends and stay for lunch. Their famed Lobster Quesadilla is a must order for guests. While Sip Sip Harbour Island is closed on Tuesday and Wednesdays, this savory stop is open every other day of the week between 11:30 am and 4:00 pm.
Elegantly appointed with British Colonial design elements: warm hardwood floors, rich tasteful furnishings and terraced gardens, Malcolm 51 at Pink Sands serves quintessential Bahamian charm. Guests will enjoy candlelit dining experience on the terraced gardens and enjoy Malcolm 51’s menu featuring Mediterranean fare alongside traditional island cuisine.