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ATLANTIS, PARADISE ISLAND OFFERS SOPHISTICATED DINING AT AN CARIBBEAN ISLAND DESTINATION Top Resort Destination Offers an Array of Restaurants by World-Class Chefs Paradise Island, The Bahamas – Sophisticated seafood, innovative sushi, quick bites, and foods from

around the world: the dining and entertainment experiences at Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas are as fabulously varied, exciting and multi-faceted as the resort and casino itself. Atlantis Paradise Island is home to gourmet restaurants by several world-renowned chefs, and has also welcomed several popular American-based franchises, including Starbuck’s and Jamba Juice. Several superstar chefs with noted celebrity clientele have established Caribbean culinary outposts at Atlantis Paradise Island, offering fine-dining options through the entire resort. Chefs, including Nobu Matsuhisa, Jean-George Vongerichten and Bobby Flay, have added Bahamian influences to their distinctive cuisines to craft a unique dining experience for Atlantis Resort Guests. Vacationing gourmands can satisfy their taste buds at Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famed restaurant, Nobu, through a glowing green archway, just off the Atlantis Casino floor. The restaurant's perennial popularity and devoted following are a tribute to the Chef putting his own spin on traditional Japanese fare. A large bar and entryway provide seating for dinner guests as well as those simply looking to relax with a glass of wine or cocktail. In addition to two small-scale dining areas on either side of the main dining space, the hidden “jewel” of Nobu is the sake cellar.

This intimate twelve-person dining area is located inside a domed tower, where resort guests can enjoy dinner in a room lined with sake bottles and windows providing breathtaking views of Atlantis Paradise Island’s marina. Over 700 bottles of Nobu’s exclusive sake adorn the walls and encase the diners. Award-winning chef, television personality, cookbook author and restaurateur Bobby Flay brought the vibrant Southwestern cuisine of his nationally-acclaimed Mesa Grill to The Cove Atlantis. Flay has created unique dishes exclusive to The Cove including Bahamian Spiced Chicken Skewers with Yogurt Cilantro Sauce, Crispy Squid and Cracked Conch Salad with Orange-Chipotle Vinaigrette, Bahamian

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Lobster Tail with Red Chile-Coconut Sauce and Green Chile Rice and his take on Black Eyed Peas and Rice. The restaurant is Flay’s first outside of the United States and features vistas directly onto the beach and Atlantic Ocean. The restaurant was designed by famed interior architect, David Rockwell, who incorporated a variety of materials including sea shell and copper, the signature accent of The Cove.

The epicurean delights at Atlantis Paradise Island extend to the resort’s Marina Village, where Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten recreated the legendary Café Martinique, originally made famous by its appearance in the 1965 James Bond classic, Thunderball. The restaurant features a delectable menu of Classic French gourmet fare for which Chef Vongerichten is known. Iconic elements including a wrought-iron birdcage elevator, a dramatic mahogany staircase and elegantly etched glass windows help to rekindle its much celebrated old-world ambiance. In addition to the restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, Atlantis Paradise Island’s dining options will satisfy any vacationing connoisseur’s palate. Casa D’Angelo, helmed by Italian-born Chef Angelo Elia, features traditional Tuscan dishes with Southern Italian accents. Chopstix features Chinese food, including a dim sum menu. The Bahamian Club is a wonderful location for a celebratory meal in an elegant environment.

The Café at the Great Hall of Waters sets the stage for an unforgettable meal. Located in the heart of the Royal Towers majestic, towering lobby and overlooking the 2.3-million-gallon Ruins Lagoon, which is home to giant manta rays and rainbows of tropical fish, this elaborate dining experience can only be had at Atlantis. Seafire, a modern steakhouse located in Marina Village, offers an extensive menu of delicious grilled meat, poultry and fish entrees in addition to its signature dish—Spit Roasted Prime Rib. The high-pitched ceilings, large chandeliers and rustic brick wall illuminated by amber glass in the dining room at Seafire create an elegant yet relaxed ambiance. Marina Village, at Atlantis Paradise Island, features a 65,000 square-foot marketplace, boasting superlative dining and world-class shopping all in one spectacular location. Situated around The Marina at Atlantis, Marina Village resembles a quaint Bahamian marketplace, with three main plazas each defined by their own sense of place and style. Colorful, paved walkways flanked by lofty coconut trees, boldly painted buildings and lush vegetation, combine to create a spirited and

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authentic Bahamian setting. Traditional Bahamian Junkanoo celebrations frequently snake their way through this charming and vibrant bazaar, featuring 21 retail shops, as well as several distinct dining venues. There is also a traditional butchery and wine market for Marina guests located at Seafire.

Diners looking for a thoroughly Bahamian experience will have their desires satisfied at Bimini Road. Serving typical island fare, the restaurant offers a casual and festive dining experience, featuring colorful Junkanoo décor and energetic live music on the outdoor deck. No Bahamian restaurant would be complete without the centerpiece of Bimini Road, a conch bar serving fresh, local conch, prepared to order.

The ever-popular New York institution, Carmine’s, offers vacationers classic Italian cuisine, served family style on sumptuous platters meant to be shared. Diners are forewarned to leave room for dessert – the Titanic, an ice cream laden chocolate torte, sure to leave the entire family satisfied and smiling.

Another option for resort guests at Marina Village is the New York-inspired Murray’s Delicatessen. Serving traditional diner fare, Murray’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, including berry and whipped cream topped pancakes and waffles, freshly sliced pastrami and corned beef and Matzo ball soup.

Vacationers looking for a quick bite can enjoy All-American favorites such as juicy hamburgers, handdipped shakes and malts, and freshly-baked apple pie at Johnny Rockets. The Atlantis Marina Pizzeria offers traditional pizza pies with your favorite toppings, and a few new Bahamian-inspired ones, at this modern, dockside pizzeria. Popular with many United States residents, Starbucks and Jamba Juice offer their signature menu items, as well as incorporate local Bahamian ingredients for new favorites.

ABOUT ATLANTIS, PARADISE ISLAND RESORT, THE BAHAMAS Atlantis, Paradise Island is the flagship resort of Kerzner International, a leading international developer and operator of destination resorts, casinos and luxury hotels. This unique, ocean-themed destination is located on Paradise Island, The Bahamas, and features a variety of accommodations, all built around a 141-acre waterscape comprised of over 20 million gallons of fresh and saltwater lagoons, pools and habitats. Home to the largest open-air marine habitat in the world, there are over 50,000 marine animals in lagoons and displays, including The Dig, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways

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providing a journey through ancient Atlantis. Atlantis is home to Aquaventure, a non-stop water experience consisting of thrilling water slides, a mile-long river ride with high intensity rapids and wave surges, and never-before-seen special effects. Dolphin Cay, the resort’s interaction and education center, was created with the goal of enlightening visitors about the wonders of these remarkable ocean inhabitants.

The Cove Atlantis, a 600-room resort, features oversized rooms with a step down living space, spectacular designs by acclaimed interior architects Jeffrey Beers and David Rockwell, unprecedented services and amenities, private all-adult and family pools, lavish cabanas and breathtaking views of the ocean. Atlantis is also known as THE culinary destination in The Caribbean with a collection of restaurants from world-renowned chefs including Nobu Matsuhisa, Jean-Georges Vongerichten

and Bobby Flay. The resort boasts an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops, and the largest casino, conference center, meeting and convention facilities in The Caribbean.

For further information about the Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort and Casino visit Atlantis.com or call 954-809-2000. For reservations, call your travel agent or 800-ATLANTIS.

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Destination Atlantis, Paradise Island – Dining Out