This local bar was recently renovated is the perfect spot to grab a drink and get into lively debates as you watch big games, enjoy board games and watching major sporting events. The unpredictability and spontaneity of casual conversation at WandaLand is one of the most refreshing aspects of visiting Harbour Island.
From the Bahamas to Barbados, and the Caribbean to California — we live in a world where hotels and guesthouses are churned out to the same stale formula. Tingum Village bucks the trend. Set on peaceful, picturesque Harbour Island, just off Eleuthera, Tingum is a traditional and unique retreat offering 3 miles of unspoiled pink sand beach, a welcoming atmosphere and Ma-Ruby’s home cookin’. It is your parcel of paradise on our famously sun-kissed tropical island and a haven for truly slow-paced relaxation.
Conch King presents "Marty's quenches cravings for fresh Bahamian Conch Salad craving. Located just steps away from The Government Dock, King Conch and the perfect location to watch the sunset offers fresh Conch Salad, sliced or diced.
Chef De Cool + 2 Son serves up fresh local fish fried up hot for take-away. The island’s famed Chef De Cool has relocated to a new spot where he dishes out mouth watering chicken wings, ‘souses’ and other signature dishes to whet your appetite after your late night fun out.
Angela and her sister have been serving up Bahamian dishes to locals and visitors alike for decades and they’re famous for their conch fritters, peas n’ rice and grouper fingers. During season (August through March) Angela whips up an unforgettable lobster salad that is not to be missed.. Angela also bakes up fresh pineapple tarts and coconut cream pies weekly.
Those unfamiliar with Brian’s will question whether they have stumbled into a local’s home, but the mouth watering smell assures that you are in the right place. At $12 a plate, Brian’s can’t beat having dinner on Bryan’s front porch where Brian cooks lip smacking BBQ ribs and chicken plates served with coleslaw and mac n’ cheese casserole. Pro Tip: Stop by Brian’s home adjacent to the restaurant in the evening and pre-order your late night meal.
Terrie Fast & Last Stop Takeaway stop specializes in down home Bahamian cooking for breakfast and lunch with dishes such as; conch fritters, guava duff, soft drinks, fried fish, crab n dough, and much more.
Located on the corner of Bay Street at the government dock, this little place serves breakfast and lunch at a reasonable price point. Freshly prepared to order, they have a large variety of daily special dishes to choose from.