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Marcus Samuelsson Is Opening a New Restaurant in the Bahamas

 World-renowned Chef Marcus Samuelsson is opening its first-ever restaurant in the Caribbean, Caribbean Journal has learned. The culinary superstar will soon debut his new Marcus at Baha Mar Fish + Chop House, set at the Baha Mar resort in Nassau, …

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The Caribbean’s Best Ceviche Is In Grand Cayman

 By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton You don’t have to look far in the Caribbean to find ceviche, unsurprising in a region home to some of the best seafood on the planet. Indeed, the Peruvian dish, which typically consists of …

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The Bahamas’ Ultimate Adventure Hotel

 By Guy Britton The Andros Barrier Reef is one of the longest barrier reefs on earth. Another mile offshore the reef meets a wall that drops to a depth of 6,000 feet. Here on Andros, you quickly realize that there …

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 You can’t leave the Bahamas without sampling conch. Whether cracked, curried or in a hearty chowder, the scrumptious sea snail, which thrives in the archipelago’s warm and shallow waters, is a must. But here’s another way to enjoy this Bahamian …

 If you drive along the main road in North Bimini, you’ll see conch shack after conch shack, veritable PhDs in conchology making the island’s specialty, conch salad. But if you turn off the road into Chef Pierre’s place in Bailey …

 While the Caribbean has many superb fine-dining restaurants, sometimes we just want something quick, inexpensive and portable to nosh on the fly. And when we do, these are these street foods are our go-tos. By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor GUADELOUPE’S …

 Above: Conch cracking master Shervin Tate (All photos by CJ) By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor DEEP WATER CAY — I’ve eaten a lot of conch in my time. But this is the first time I’ve had to crack one. And it …

 Above: Stuart’s Conch Stand in Bimini (all photos by CJ) By Robert DiPanoCJ Contributor BIMINI — It is no secret that Bimini’s waters are abundant with seafood, delighting local sport fishermen and foodies alike. Fabian Stuart, owner of Stuart’s Conch …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor If you’re a conch salad craver, you’ll want to add Grand Bahama’s Billy Joe’s to your must-eat list. This rustic, decades-old seaside set-up next to Freeport’s Grand Lucayan serves one of the best conch salads …

 Above: conch shells in Bimini (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff A new initiative from the Bahamas National Trust is looking to help sustain the Queen Conch population in the country. The aim is to promote a dialogue that …