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Freeport, Bahamas?

Q: ill be going to freeport in june and was wondering what i should expect? any good restaurants? clubs? shopping?

A: port lacaya is where the market is and there are various restaurants there as well. expect to pay alot for anything - we went to a local fish fry and paid $25 plate for 6 shrimps, served on paper plate and plastic utensils - we ended up eating alot of subway and pizza while there. do not waste your time/money going to the international market - absolutely nothing there. port lacaya is the only place to go for night life - there is nothing much to do in freeport


  • stella39 says:
    Although virtually any type of international food can be found in The Islands Of The Bahamas, it would be a mistake to miss an opportunity to sample the local cuisine. No matter where you are, you won't have any difficulty finding plenty of restaurants serving Bahamian cuisine and fresh local seafood at reasonable prices. Seafood is the staple of the Bahamian diet. Conch (pronounced "konk") is a large type of ocean mollusk that has firm, white, peach-fringed meat. Fresh, uncooked conch is delicious; the conch meat is scored with a knife, and lime juice and spices are sprinkled over the meat. It can also be deep-fried (called "cracked conch"), steamed, added to soups, salads and stews or made into conch chowder and conch fritters.

    Here are a couple of links to look over.

    Check out Sparkys Bar and Martini Lounge in Port Lucaya Marketplace. There are other clubs/bars and lots of shopping.

    Hope this helps. have a great trip. Enjoy)

  • Aoki Yin says:
    i am from freeport and i would say go to port lucaya and the beach . not alot of things to do in freeport

Looking to go to Port Lucaya, Freeport Bahamas. Any info?

Q: My boyfriend and I have found a great deal on a 3 night vacation to Our Lucaya Reef Village resort. We are trying to figure out how much more money we will spend, being that it is not all-inclusive, on food and alcohol. We probably wont be buying any souveniers etc. The cruise over includes all food/drinks so we don't need to worry about that part of it. Has anyone stayed here before? How is it? What is the nightlife like around that area? Are there places to get cheap drinks/food at the resort or nearby? I know the Marketplace is near there but we haven't spent much time in it. We were thinking about buying bottles of liquor and putting them in our room and just taking our own drinks to the pool/beach but I don't know if thats allowed. We've been to Freeport numerous times but have always stayed at the Viva Wyndham (all inclusive so we never worried about any of this before). Any info will be very helpful. We really need a little vacation to recoup but are on a tight budget so we are unsure if this is a good idea or not. What is the avg drink price/meal? If we bought our own alcohol on the island and brought it to the resort would that work? Any misc info? Thanks!!

A: well i live in freeport. and i do see lots of tourist around, but now its getting kinda slow. basically the hotel is right on the beach also if you walk across the street there will be port lucaya where all the tourist go to party. they party scene is hoppin during saturdays but sometimes on friday's. the alcohol isn't expensive , an average drink at a bar is $5. bottles of liquor range from $20-$100's of dollars. Im pretty sure the hotels will confiscate liquor from your room. also your not aloud to drink around the pool area. also there are many bars that only allow credit cards or they charge everything to ur room, theres also ruby swiss which is kind of fancy but there food is great, and there is east a new sushi restaurant in port lucaya. Some good restaurants are Zorba's which sell greek and bahamian food, And restaurants over by unexo are really good. Also i don't really think u should go by the marketplace. i mean yea there are some nice things but nothing worth buying, and many of the mark owners are so desperate to make money, that they come of very strong and offensive when trying to get you to buy something

What are some tips for Freeport Bahamas?

Q: Nightclubs 18+
(snorkling, jetski etc)
*good spring break partys
We are 18 years old
Thanx guys

A: Looking at your list, it sounds like you guys need to stick to the Port Lucaya area. I'm not sure of the prices of the hotels, but if you stay at one of the hotels at Our Lucaya you'll pretty much be in the best spot for what you ae looking for. The Prop Club at the hotel is a regular spot for spring breakers and young locals alike. And all clubs here are 18+ in case you were wondering. You can find access to water sports on the beach behind the hotel. You can head across the street to Port Lucaya for everything else on your list. Scooter rentals are available and popular if you want to go exploring. There are many restaurants to choose from that vary in prices. Also there are a number of bars where you'll find a crowd taking shots lol (legal drinking age is 18 by the way). If your over there, head down by the dock and get some info on a booze cruise which is always drunken fun :)


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What are some cheap dining and activity ideas for Freeport, Bahamas?

Q: We are there for a week over Xmas. We are staying at the Westin at Lucaya Beach. We are a family of 4 and would like to stretch our travel budget. Any ideas for dining options or fun, inexpensive things to see/do?

A: Port Lucaya

A number of restaurants are located at Port Lucaya Marketplace, and even more are spread out around the Marketplace. Each of the hotels has at least one restaurant, and each hotel encourages guests from neighboring hotels to stop by for a bite. The Marketplace’s most popular eatery is Zorba’s Greek, a busy, casual restaurant with a large outdoor patio. Zorba's serves an extensive menu of Greek favorites and an equally extensive selection of Bahamian standards. Callie’s is right across the way, and serves a menu almost identical to Zorba’s, although prices are a bit lower and the patio isn’t as crowded. Collies is also one of the few restaurants in Freeport that serves breakfast all the time. La Dolce Vita serves mid-priced Italian cuisine, while Luciano's takes quality, ambience and price to the next tier. If you’re looking for inexpensive snacks there are a number of options, including Allie’s (serving a dozen kinds of conch) and the Turkish Big Boat Deli.

There are four restaurants at the Lucayan Reef Village, and many more are slated to open within the next few months. The Arawak Dining Room, with a view of the golf course, is one of the finest restaurants in Freeport, serving Continental cuisine with a focus on local seafood. For a quick bite, check out Barracuda’s, which is a casual, fun ‘50s style diner. Just across from the Lucayan, the Port Lucaya Resort has its own restaurant, the sunny Tradewinds Café. The Ferry House, located at Pelican Bay Resort, is literally almost in the bay; guests can drive, walk or boat in.

Check out the website I provided, more dining options, links to things to do, shopping, general info etc.

Have a wonderful trip with your family)

What should I do in Freeport / Nassau Bahamas on vacation?

Q: My dh and I are taking a cruise in October to the Bahamas. We'll be in Freeport for about 8 hours then in Nassau for 24 hours. I am interested in the history and scenery, not necessarily the beaches or shopping. What should we not miss?

A: there is actually not a restaurant in freeport with live shark feedings anymore. it got blown away in hurricane katrina or wilma or something i can't remember it was a while ago. but if you are in freeport i would highly recommend going to port lucaya. you can hit up the dolphin experience thing they have and they are just now working on an acrobatics show that would be pretty cool to see. they often have rake and skrate bands playing live on the stage in the center of the square and the best places to eat are in port lucaya. you can go on some reef tours which are fun for the tourist and are also in port lucaya. you can also go parasailing and rent jet skis and stuff at port lucaya. its a pretty fun place. xeno beach is a nice beach too. less tourists. oh and if you ask around you can get directed to the bat caves which are always cool to explore. i think its a national park or something. but port lucaya is in lucaya not freeport but it is right next to freeport not even a 5 minute drive. i'm sure you will have fun i love freeport and i live there for part of the year but i never do the tourist stuff. everything is much more expensive though because of shipping tariffs and stuff so i would load up on cash before you go. have fun! :)

oh as for history and stuff... the bahamas are more orientated toward the tourist industry now a days as their main source of income etc. so the most history you will find is on the currency. queen elizabeth shows the history of the british colony. but i went on a boat trip about 10 miles off shore to great isaacs light house. there is a lot of history there spooky stories and stuff you can hear from the locals but it is an abandoned light house and the last two keepers mysteriously disappeared. kinda cool to explore mostly trashed though. really good snorkeling. i think the most history you will find is on the internet not the island itself. sorry!













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