Food & Drink...
With thirteen restaurants, Port Lucaya Marketplace is the melting pot of Grand Bahama and offers almost every national and international fare that your palette desires. You can find Bahamian, Greek, Haitian/Caribbean, Italian, American, Chinese, Tai, British, Irish, and Mexican from among our many restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Native Food Vendors
Featured around Count Basie Square, you can sample sumptuous Bahamian delicacies. Try our native, mouthwatering: Conch Salad, Grilled Conch, Conch Fritters, Bahamian Fried Fish, Crab & Rice, Conch & Rice, Crab Soup, Crab & Dough, Grilled Fish, Cracked Lobster, Cracked Conch and more.
Bahamian Baked Goods
An assortment of native pastries and desserts are yours for the choosing and if you’re watching your weight, then their savory Guava Duff, Coconut Tart, Pineapple Tart, Benny Cake, Tamarind Sauce, Potato and Banana Breads and steeped in Bacardi Rum Cakes, are not for you.
Ferguson’s Fresh, Fruits and Vegetable Booth
Located in Port Lucaya Marketplaces’ small Western Parking Lot, you will find the, treasure trove of locally grown native fruits and vegetables such as: Sugar Cane, Avocados, Key Limes, Native Oranges, Grapefruits, Mangos, Tamarinds, Guinep, Sour Sops, Sugar Apples, Sapodillas, Sweet Potatoes, Okra, Ginger Root, Thyme, Onions, Tomatoes, Sweet Peppers, Cassavas, and much more.
Bateman’s Coconut Stand
Visitors experience an authentically unique Bahamian treat, where you select the fruit combination of your choice, from the locally grown offerings displayed. After watching the top portion of your coconut be cut away, you are welcome to try Mother Nature’s very own blend of thirst quenching and refreshing coconut water. Then use your shell as a glass, and experience a truly one of a kind, Bahamian blend of daiquiri straight from the coconut shell.
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