|At The Cove, you’ll find that the world is your oyster—and not just because oysters are on the menu. In one quick trip to Paradise Island, you can experience restaurants from top international chefs Nobu Matsuhisa, Bobby Flay and Jean-George Vongerichten. And that’s just the beginning: our wine and cocktail pairings match up perfectly to every menu. So eat up—you’ll need the energy for all that comes with your stay at The Cove.|
MESA GRILLElegant Southwestern cuisine lands on Paradise Island in the form of award-winning chef, television personality, cookbook author and restaurateur Bobby Flay’s nationally-acclaimed Mesa Grill.
NOBULondon, New York, L.A., Miami and now…Paradise Island. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famed Japanese spot comes to Atlantis, tempting you to indulge your passion for all things gourmet and Japanese.
MOSAICBring some Mediterranean flare to your time at The Cove with breakfast, lunch, or dinner at Mosaic, our energized reinvention of fun, fast, fresh and easy fare from Spain, Italy and beyond.
DUNELocated at our nearby sister resort, the One & Only Ocean Club, this signature restaurant from top chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten perches atop a white sand bluff overlooking the endless Caribbean.
CAFE MARTINIQUEYou may remember the first Café Martinique from that great 1965 James Bond flick Thunderball, when it made an appearance in the early scene where 007 meets the movie’s dastardly villain, Largo, and his Bondgirl de jour, Domino.
CASA D'ANGELOBeloved Florida chef—and Tuscan native—Angelo Elio brings his Italian expertise to the Bahamas, mixing his Tuscan dishes with southern Italian accents and some Caribbean flavors, too.
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