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The Caribbean’s Best Hotels For Food

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 3, 2014
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Graycliff — Bahamas

It’s only fitting that Graycliff would be on this list, since it began its life as a restaurant (the first five-star restaurant in the region, to be exact). Nassau’s Graycliff is a Caribbean institution, with an ever-expanding menu of culinary delights, from a Brazilian churrascaria to its signature fine-dining eatery. It even has an authentic Neopolitan pizzeria. (And for dessert, Graycliff has its own chocolate factory).


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