Category Archives: Hope Town Lay Day – Dining Options

Abaco Day 6 – Hope Town Lay Day – Dining Options

There are a surprisng number of easy to get to eateries stretched out along Elbow Cay from the the northe end of the village sout to White Sound. And everything is accessible by dinghy, van or golf cart.

From north to south:

Cap’n Jack’s (242/366-0247) is Hope Town’s other waterfront eatery – a casual down home atmosphere, it’s a little closer to the harbor’s mouth. On Wednesday and Friday nights, there is usually live music. A dock is adjacent to the outdoor, covered deck. Lunch & Dinner $9-$22

Harbour’s Edge (242/366-0087) is probably the most popular restaurant in Hope Town. Its blue clapboard house sits on a pier above the water – an inviting, open air dining room sprawls to the waterside deck that doubles as a dock. Reserve on Channel 16 or by cell; then tie up the dink right next to your table. Lunch $10-18, Dinner $15-40. (also has a pool table)

Club Soleil (242/366-0003) Small snack bar.

Hope Town Harbour Lodge (242/366-0095) has itsown dock topped by a brightly colored pergola and poulated with pastel Adirondack chairs. HTHL serves breakfast on their Upper Terrace from 7-10am ($8.50-12), lunch at the Reef Bar next to their fresh water pool ($ 7-12), and dinner on the Terrace or in the cozy rattan furnished dining room ($20-38).

Munchies Take Away (242/366-0423) – across from Vernon’s

On Da’ Beach (242/366-0558) – casual beach shack that serves from 11:30-6pm. Appetizers, sandwiches, salads and kabobs. $5-10

Abaco Inn (242/366-0133) is ocean front in White Sound. For light lunches ($8-12) or fine dining at dinner ($15-35). They will send a van to Hope Town harbor to pick up customers. Just radio for reservations. They serve breakfast, too.

Sea Spray Boat House Restaurant (242/366-0065) also in White Sound, Sea Spray serves casual breakfast and lunch around the pool at the Garbonzo Reef Bar and traditional Bahamian dinners in their waterside eatery.