By the Caribbean Journal staff
Nobu. Olives. Fish.
The Atlantis Paradise Island resort is home to a broad collection of celebrity chef-helmed eateries — and now there’s a new way to enjoy them.
It’s called EAT, or “Extraordinary Taste at Atlantis,” and it’s a new restaurant week that gives travelers the chance to eat at 14 on-site eateries with a mix of three and four-course tasting menus.
The menus, which start at $39 per person, include Atlantis’ signature eateries, from the recently-debuted Fish by Jose Andres to Olives by Todd English and top sushi spot Nobu, among others.
The program, which launched at the beginning of the month, will run through Nov. 11.
For more, visit Atlantis.