Originally built by former privateer John Howard Graysmith in 1740, Graycliff Hotel has a famed and storied history, hosting government leaders, royalty and celebrities from all over the world. Now, the restaurant at the Graycliff Hotel is as rich in tradition and reputation as the hotel itself.
As the first certified five-star restaurant in The Bahamas, Graycliff Restaurant is a feast for the senses. This internationally acclaimed fine-dining restaurant features five dining rooms, including a gazebo overlooking the gardens, and private dining in the wine-cellar room or at the chef’s table in the kitchen. With menu selections ranging from conch chowder and foie gras with black truffles to rack of venison for two—plus an award-winning wine cellar containing over 250,000 bottles, including numerous 19th century vintages—dining at Graycliff Restaurant is a must for any aficionado of food and drink.
To top off your night, you may choose to relax with an after-dinner cigar. The Graycliff Cigar Company is renowned worldwide for its award-winning cigars, which for many years were handcrafted under the supervision of the late Cuban cigar legend, Avelino Lara, who used to roll cigars for Fidel Castro. Step into the world of Graycliff Restaurant and see what else it has in store for you.