Classic Greek style restaurant in heart of Nassau, steps from the cruise ship dock. Upstairs balcony seating affords an excellent view of the bustling Bay Street. All the Greek classics, and super friendly wait staff (Rashard 👍)
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Great circular bar area for cocktails and light fare. Greek salad---fabulous. But best ever--The CONCH CHOWDER!---Scrumptious! Service was very hospitable and entertaining. Bar service and tropical drinks were excellent. Recommended.
Best grilled octopus I have had. My husband loved his chicken gyro. Friendly professional staff. Great service. Huge portions.
this family restaurant is well worth the climb up the stairs to reach it. The food is so good, the wines are perfect, and the ambience couldn't be better. Definitely worth a visit when you are in Nassau
I ate here today for lunch and had a wonderful experience! The food was delicious. It was on the pricier end for a lunch, but it was worth paying. The Greek Salad with grilled chicken was awesome and the Club Sandwich with (deliciousss) fries was...More
We stopped here as part of a food tour and loved the place. It will be hard to find so be dilligent. You enter through entered a jewelry shop and go upstairs to the café & bar. This is a Greek restaurant with a Bahamian...More
On our most recent cruise to Nassau, Bahamas in February, we made definite plans to visit Athena Cafe for lunch on our return to the ship......the location is very close to the port....and we had a delightful time......excellent food/servers and most importantly, excellent hospitality from...More
We visited this restaurant on our tour with Bahamian Bites of Nassau Food Tasting Tour. They served us conch chowder on our tour and it was the BEST! I wish we could have gone back to Athena to have the chowder again but we weren't...More
Staying a few weeks in Nassau, stumbled upon this place while exploring the downtown area. Walked up the stairs and rang a bell directly outside the door, which I thought was cute. We were greeted by the owner with “OPA”. We had our 12 pound...More