Restaurants

Blue Sail

Sandyport Beach, Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas
  Website   242-327-7111   US $20-29 per entree

Type of Establishment:
Restaurant
Cuisine
Caribbean
French
Italian
Seafood
Serves:
Breakfast
Dinner
Lunch
Good for:
Expat Hangout
Kid-Friendly
Other
Kid Friendly Atmosphere
Vegan or Vegetarian Friendly

Outdoor covered dining right on the beach, friendly atmosphere, good food, superb view and a selection of flavored mojitos and wine. This is a great hangout to get a meal and enjoy the beautiful view at sunset or during the day when the sun is shining on the beach.


 

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