The New Culinary Destination of the Caribbean

By Baha Mar By Baha Mar | April 29, 2022 | Lifestyle Sponsored Post

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Craving the Caribbean? Baha Mar has the widest array of world-class restaurants, bars, and lounges in The Bahamas, including more than 45 inviting concepts across its trio of iconic oceanfront hotels—the Rosewood Baha Mar, SLS Baha Mar, and Grand Hyatt Baha Mar. With a culinary portfolio as vast and vibrant as the resort itself, and a meal to please every palate, every moment of the day, for every occasion, Baha Mar is the new culinary destination in the Caribbean.

Variety, quality, and luxury of choice define dining at Baha Mar, where high-end culinary experiences from renowned chefs come together with casual dining and unique concepts. Headlining the menu:

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Marcus at Baha Mar Fish + Chop House, where acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson channels his passion for Bahamian ingredients and local seafood into a menu of creative takes on comfort food classics, such as Salmon Belly with nori, uni and pickled daikon. For spirits, dancing and live DJs, Marcus Up Top—the restaurant’s distinctive rooftop bar—keeps it elevated.

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Destination eatery Café Boulud from touted French toque Daniel Boulud serves traditional bon-appetite cuisine in the warmth of a classy neighborhood café translated to a chic Bahamian setting. Drawing on his culinary muses—La Tradition, La Saison, La Mer, and Le Voyage—Boulud’s menu highlights seasonal local Caribbean ingredients translated through his flawless palate. Think Hamachi Crudo with fennel, blood orange and Fresno pepper, and Poulet Rôti with asparagus, morels, and polenta madeira sauce.

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For meat aficionados, contemporary steakhouse Carna by legendary butcher Dario Cecchini carves its own niche with the finest in steaks and high-quality all-natural ingredients sourced from the world’s foremost locales. Paired with the restaurant’s extensive wine list, Carna is, like its sumptuous cuts, positively prime.

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Baha Mar brings plenty more to the table, as well, including creative newcomer Cinko, an Asian Latino-inspired kosher restaurant, certified under the strict supervision of Chabad of The Bahamas, that welcomes guests from all over the world, and serves Shabbat dinner for observant guests year-round while also accommodating larger groups. Equally delicious options: Costa for coastal cuisine and Latin American flavors; Cleo Mediterráneo for modern Mediterranean-inspired dishes; and, in a setting envisioned by design icon Philippe Starck, Katsuya’s novel interpretations of Japanese classics by master sushi chef Katsuya Uechi include miso-marinated black cod and yellowtail sashimi with jalapeño.

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For a dash of culinary uniqueness, Baha Mar is on a roll with beach-side food trucks Streetbird, an eclectic casual dining concept by Marcus Samuelsson that fuses Harlem and Caribbean culture, and El Jefe featuring Mexican favorites. Beachfront waterfront park Baha Bay, meanwhile, also dives into distinctive dining with fresh seasonal southern California coastal cuisine at 25 Degrees North; elevated Mediterranean street food at Cleo Grill; savory taste sensations at LA import Umami Burger; and decadent vegetarian and vegan dining at Plant Nation.

All flavors blend with Baha Mar’s vibrant nightlife and mixology, whether its Jazz Bar, a stylish piano bar with live jazz, inspired small plates like Caribbean lobster bruschetta and sophisticated cocktails, or the buzzy Skybar, a rooftop lounge with best-in-Bahamas views, fresh creative cocktails, indulgent dusky vibes and world-class DJs. For a taste of the refined, T2 lounge showcases classic Cuban cigars and premium Caribbean rum and other spirits.

Sip and savor safely with Baha Mar’s Travel with Confidence Program, which offers extensive safety protocols and complimentary return private air travel for COVID-19 positive guests. https://bahamar.com/culinary/



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