You'll be hard-pressed to find a more authentic Bahamian eatery, especially in touristy Port Lucaya. This simple, no-frills snack shack serves conch, ... More
Allie's Snack Bar
You'll be hard-pressed to find a more authentic Bahamian eatery, especially in touristy Port Lucaya. This simple, no-frills snack shack serves conch, conch and more conch. Have the conch, you really have no choice! It comes roasted, scorched, broiled, jerk, Alfredo or in a souse. Breakfast is the only meal where conch is not the main menu item. You can start your day with eggs and bacon for USD 4. Decor is bare bones and the proprietress divides her time between taking orders and chatting with her customers, most of whom are local.
Photo supplies, equipment and books are available at this, the largest and most professional photography store on the island. You'll
find disposable cameras, underwater equipment, filters, digital cameras, cases, tripods, lenses and more—a seemingly endless array of image capturing ...
All of the clothing here fits the tropical/Caribbean theme common among island retailers. You'll find bright print dresses (long and
short), sarongs, skirts and batik tank tops. Many of the dresses are formfitting, and therefore more appealing to young ...
If this restaurant were any closer to the water, you could dangle your feet in it while eating. Guests arrive
here by car, foot and boat. There's both parking and docking space available. The atmosphere is laid back. Bathing ...