Nesbitt's Delaporte Restaurant & Lounge
POINTS OF INTEREST
Nesbitt's Delaporte Restaurant & LoungeThe vibe in this hole-in-the-wall restaurant is set by whomever controls the jukebox, which contains everything from current hits to old school R&B love songs to local Rake 'n' Scrape. Feel free to get up and dance if the mood strikes. The food is basic but good, and the lounge is a great place to meet some locals. The cracked conch and grouper (which you can have steamed, fried, or sautéed), are popular for dinner. Breakfast is standard Bahamian fare, but there are omelets for the less adventurous. Late-night revelers head here to ward off a hangover with a plate of greasy, fried "cut-up chicken, pork chop, or conch bites." There is no sign, but you'll know you've found the right spot by the steady stream of local cars pulling into the lot next door. Look for the two-story blue building opposite Mother Lousie Sweeting Park.