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5 Places to Quench Your Thirst in Paradise

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5 Places to Quench Your Thirst in Paradise

Is there anything better than a refreshing beverage on a beautiful Bahamas day? Enjoy a refreshing cocktail with a view, or sample some of The Bahamas’ own brews. Here are some of our favorite places to grab a drink in Nassau Paradise Island.

Dune at The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort, Bahamas

Stunning views, a beautiful patio overlooking one of the island’s most spectacular beaches, and stellar cocktails. Why not drink a Bahama Breeze while enjoying a Bahamas breeze? Or make like The Ocean Club’s famous guest James Bond, and order a martini – shaken, not stirred.

Frankie Gone Bananas at Marina Village

Savor all things Bahamian at Frankie Gone Bananas. This vibrant and casual seaside restaurant makes a mean mojito and is the perfect place to enjoy Bahamian dishes and cocktails with a view after an afternoon of hitting the shops at Marina Village.

Green Parrot

With two locations—one on the Nassau harbourfront and one on Paradise Island at Hurricane Hole—this family-friendly place is easy to find! If you’re looking for easy drinking, beautiful scenery, excellent service and a laid-back atmosphere this is the drinking hole for you.

John Watling’s Distillery

Family-owned John Watling’s Distillery has been in the rum business for over 175 years. Located on the beautiful Buena Vista Estate, this is the perfect place to discover antique artifacts, taste samples of a variety of hand-crafted local rums and sip signature Bahamian cocktails at the onsite tavern.


This Italian restaurant located in the former Premier’s residence brings the flavors, passion, and lifestyle of Italy to The Bahamas. Located on the water with a beautiful view of Atlantis Resort across the way, this restaurant has an excellent selection of Italian and international wines as well as classic cocktails.


What are your favorite watering holes in Nassau Paradise Island? Tell us in the comments! And if you just can’t get enough of classic Bahamian cocktails, try out our recipe for Bahama Breeze at home. Cheers!