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There’s a New Dining Destination in Abaco

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - April 4, 2021

There’s a new dining destination in Marsh Harbour, Abaco. 

It’s called the Bistro at Abaco Beach Resort, and it’s the newest culinary concept at the signature resort in Marsh Harbour. 

The Bistro, open for lunch and dinner, has a mix of “modern classics with a Bahamian twist,” according to the resort. 

It’s set in the transformed lobby and central terrace of the resort, which officially reopened last year after a dramatic reconstruction following Hurricane Dorian. 

There’s both indoor and outdoor seating.

It’s the second dining option at the resort, joining the waterfront Pool Bar and Terrace at Marinaville. 

For more, visit the Abaco Beach Club

— CJ

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