The atmosphere at Off The Grill is very Bahamian, from the very style of our building, to the hospitality of our staff and our mouth-watering dishes, accompanied by the down-home sounds of our local music. When you are here, our relaxing atmosphere reminds you of one of our more remote areas and you won't feel like you are in the heart of bustling Freeport. Your hosts are Madea Smith, who created the scrumptious menu and makes sure that you get exactly the dish you want. Mix-master Rachel concocts tantalizing Bahama Mamas, Daiquiris and and other mixed drinks. Conch-man Anthony, famous for his Platinum Salad, will demonstrate the entire process, removing the delicacy from its shell and creating the salad right before your eyes! Dine on our rustic patio or take out one of our signature dishes hot off the grill. Lunch specials are available daily, in addition to combination seafood dinners. We cater small or large groups and any special functions. Check out our Junkanoo band and grill-out on Fridays and be sure to ask for the specialty of the house, Fried Fish and Pancakes. Other delectable Bahamian dishes, drinks and desserts include: Appetizers & Main Dishes, Beverages, Desserts, Conch Fritters, Garlic Crabs, Grilled Conch, Fish or Lobster, Fresh Conch Salad, Scorched Conch, Gully Wash (Fresh Coconut Water), Bahama Mama, Daiquiris: Strawberry, Pineapple, Mango, Guava or Pineapple Guava or Mango Duff, Coconut Tart, Potato Bread, Rum Cake.  Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 midnight.  Credit Cards Accepted: Visa / MasterCard, Reservation Required: Smart Casual, Entertainment: Piped Bahamian Music and Golden Oldies, with a live Junkanoo band on Fridays.

Prices: 

Lunch - $6.00 & up, Appetizers - from $, Main dishes - $7 to $10, Desserts - $3 to $5, Beverages - $5 Small / $7 Large

Location:

International Bazaar, P.O. Box 40283

Contact Information:
Mrs. Madea Smith, Manager
(242) 351-7500
lady_geo@hotmail.com
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