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Frankie Gone Bananas in Marina Village

Frankie Gone Bananas

Frankie Gone Bananas brings a classic Bahamian culinary experience to Marina Village at Atlantis. Frankie’s is known for its fish fry—its original location is one of the popular spots at Arawak Cay—and now guests can taste its delicious local seafood on Paradise Island! The Marina Village location offers a range of Bahamian dishes, from Coconut ‘n Kalik soup infused with local Bahamas beer, Mahi Mahi and cracked conch to fresh Bahamian lobster tail accompanied by authentic Bahamas side dishes such as peas ‘n rice, mac n’ cheese, and fried plantains. They also serve up classic Bahamian cocktails like Goombay Smash and Sky Juice.

Hours of Operation
5pm-11pm

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