Nassau & Paradise Island has the widest range of restaurants out of all our islands, featuring casual and fine dining, Bahamian and international cuisine. Downtown restaurants serve up a flavorful mixture of Bahamian, Greek, Indian and Italian foods. Between Cable Beach and East Bay Street there is a mixture of Asian tastes—Thai, Japanese and Chinese. Restaurants on Paradise Island include luxurious international brands at the Atlantis Resort and local seafood specialists at Marina Village, where dining is mixed with live entertainment. Go off the beaten track and have an eventful, unceremonious experience eating at the Fish Fry on Arawak Cay or Potter’s Cay Dock. Several popular food events showcase the diversity of our residents: a festival featuring a range of delectable meals from around the world, the Jamaican community’s flavorful curry concoctions, plus a celebration of Greek and Mexican cuisine. And you can attend a complimentary monthly tea party at Government House to sample local bush teas.