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2015 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure: Where To Eat

  • Aaron HendrixAaron Hendrix
Atlantis

There is no shortage of places to eat when you are at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure (PCA), located at Atlantis Paradise Island in the beautiful Bahamas. Atlantis has over 40 restaurants, bars, and lounges with food ranging from American, European, Asian, and Caribbean.

If you're looking for an upscale dining experience, there are a number of options available for you. You can take in some French gourmet fare while overlooking the Marina at Cafe Martinique or eat cutting-edge food at the world-famous Nobu. Both of these restaurants will require “smart” attire (no shorts) in order to dine there.

There are plenty of casual options to choose from as well, including Johnny Rocket's (1950's-style burger diner), Carmine's (Italian), and Murray's Deli. In addition, there are food stations throughout the property where you can grab a slice of pizza, a burger, or a sandwich. If you need a coffee fix, there is a Starbucks on the property.

Want an all-you-can-eat experience? Try one of the buffets. Many players speak highly of the buffet at the Cove, so give it a try sometime while you are there. Players also recommend going across the bridge and taking part in a local fish fry with friends or checking out local restaurants like Virgil's or the Graycliff Restaurant.

For a full list of all the dining options at Atlantis, check out this handy guide from PokerStars.

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