A new casual dining restaurant, ‘Blue Sail,’ has opened on the beach at Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel offering spectacular beach bar and outdoor dining views with a Mediterranean French fusion menu with Bahamian favourites.
Vernon Moss General Manager of the Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel is pleased that his guests have another dining option.
“Jacque Carlino of Blue Caviar leased our beach restaurant and named it Blue Sail; our guests have direct access through the bridge underpass - it takes them directly to the beach and the restaurant. It offers another dinning option for our guests where they can just sign the bill to their room – of course, it’s also open to the general public. It used to be the Beach Café that was very popular, so I think everyone is pleased we have it open again.”
Blue Sail opened just recently on June 9th on a limited basis until Jacques Carlino is satisfied that any and all ‘new restaurant kinks’ have been ironed out.
“Currently we are open only for dinner with a reservation but in a few weeks, when I feel we are ready, we will open at 11:00 a.m. straight through until 11:00 p.m. seven days a week. We won’t close between lunch and dinner.”
Guests at the Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel, the boating fraternity in the Marina and residents are almost spoilt for choice for food and beverage options.
Twisted Lime, Spritz, the News Café, and Cozy Corner Pub attract people to the pretty Sandyport Marina where Young’s Champagne and Fine Wines, join a community of professional services, mixed-use shops and offices. The Poop Deck alongside the Blue Sail round out a lively and very socialable, fun entertainment zone.
‘Blue Sail’ the new beach-front restaurant owned by Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel, is a Jacques Carlino Restaurant of Blue Caviar fame. Patrons can look forward to al fresco dining with choices from a Mediterranean and French fusion cuisines and authentic Italian Pizza.
About Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel
Trip Advisor recently presented Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel a Certificate of Excellence, which is awarded based on guest reviews. The top travel industry web site rates Sandyport among the top 5 hotels on New Providence. RCI also awarded the resort a second consecutive year Gold Crown Award. The New York Times travel section, in an article featuring 11 of the islands best attractions for the tourist seeking a subtler, more authentic Bahamian experience, recommended Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel as a “serene” place to stay when in Nassau. Travel writer Brendan Spiegel praised the popular Sandyport resort for its “picturesque collection of villas in a gated Marina community near Cable Beach with waterfront views and a serene atmosphere.” Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotels’ unique colonial-style villas, house 72 rooms and suites located between the Lagoon Beach and the ocean-front Sandyport Beach on West Bay Street, in The Sandyport Marina Village.