PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas—Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas has announced the opening of 77° West, a new and signature restaurant at The Cove Atlantis. Arriving in late November and located at the approximate latitude of its namesake, 77° West is Atlantis’s newest dining experience, offering guests South American-inspired cuisine with a Bahamian touch. The restaurant will begin welcoming guests for dinner this holiday season.
“77° West joins Atlantis’s impressive roster of restaurants and presents the first cuisine of its kind at our resort,” says Ian Reid, senior vice president of resort operations and food & beverage at Atlantis, Paradise Island.
“At 77° West, we focus on fusing together ubiquitous textures, colors, and, flavors of cooking styles prevalent to South American cuisine,” said Garry O’Connor, executive chef of The Cove Atlantis. “Our innovative Caribbean touches complement our use of fresh and local and regional produce, creating a product that is rich in tradition and culture.”
77° West yields signature seafood and land-based dishes, and vegan and vegetarian options, all designed to satisfy a variety of diners taste. 77° West’s menu rounds out with a selection of Simply or Island Grilled, for guests seeking either meat or seafood options that are seasoned only with our special house blend spices, as well as a variety of side dishes.
Atlantis is known for having a vast dining landscape, delivering new and innovative dining experience to guests. 77° West joins the resort’s over 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges featuring celebrity-chef driven experiences such as Nobu, Todd English’s Olives and Jean-Georges’ Café Martinique.
77° West will open late November 2015.