Harbour Island Shopping & Dining
Harbour Island is not only home to pink-sand beaches and breathtaking sunsets, but it also features many exquisite shopping and dining spots for guests to enjoy. When you choose to venture out of Romora Bay, be sure to take advantage of our golf cart rentals for getting around.
Resort Dining at Romora Bay
For resort dining on Harbour Island, two of the island's best restaurants are located in Romora Bay Resort—the La Cantina Steak and Seafood and the Sunset Bar & Grille, both of which feature delicious fare in a casual tropical atmosphere. If you'd rather stay in and dine on your room's private terrace, room service is also available.
More Dining on Harbour Island
Harbour Island offers restaurant choices to suit a variety of tastes and moods. Choose from first-class gourmet restaurants for a romantic dinner, or a more casual venue for after an action-filled day of sun, sand and surf. Many restaurants have outside terraces, where you can watch the sun setting across calm, blue-green waters.
This bakery serves freshly made doughnuts and croissants, as well as other confections like chewy chocolate chip cookies.
A great local spot that makes fresh pastries and breakfast sandwiches.
They serve breakfast including a wider variety of items, such as bagels with smoked salmon, and French toast.
For LunchCoral Sands Beach Bar
A vibrant spot right on the pink-sand beach, serving American-style cuisine in the open air, listen to the sounds of the ocean.
Enjoy a lobster quesadilla while taking in the views of the pink-sand beach from your seat at this hillside venue.
This is where many celebrities stop to lunch on items like club sandwiches, seafood salads, conch fritters, Cobb salads and spring rolls.
Harbour Island Restaurants For Dinner
Pink Sands Restaurant
Always a favorite, Pink Sands is known for ambiance and cuisine. Enjoy the indoor or fresh-air patio dining.
A great dinner hot spot. The main dining room offers a beautiful view of the harbor and offers dishes like stone crab salad, pork tenderloin and steaks. They also have a great wine list.
Dunmore Beach Club
They serve four-course gourmet dinners in a semi-formal atmosphere directly on the beach.
Runaway Hill Club
A formal restaurant in a charming, whimsical setting. It's located right on the beach for breathtaking views. Reserve ahead.
Romantic colonial style and streetside tables for people-watching. Known for their wine list, as well as private label wines and rums.
This is a casual, open-air restaurant, with an American and Italian inspired menu. Serves lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Coral Sands Restaurant
A lovely open-air fine dining restaurant set in the main lobby area of the Coral Sands Hotel. Open daily for dinner; reservations required.
Where to Go for Harbour Island Shopping
Dunmore Town, the only town on Harbour Island, has several one-of-a-kind boutiques and specialty shops for days when you feel like some leisurely window shopping or for when you'd like to pick up a gift or souvenir. The Blue Rooster sells resort staples like sarongs, Bahama Hand Prints skirts and gorgeous straw handbags.
Miss Mae's is located in a former tearoom, and sells an amazing selection of hand-sewn linen clothing for women and children, as well as sandals, handmade jewelry, and Eric Javits hats and handbags. Sugar Mill is the stylish boutique owned by island entrepreneur and author India Hicks. Her store carries men's and women's designer clothing, jewelry, items from her own line of products, Crabtree & Evelyn products, and some luxury children's handmade toys and books.
Bahamian batik clothing and fabrics can be found at Briland's Androsia Boutique. Dilly Dally Shop, a classically Bahamian store, offers household amenities, hand prints, a variety of beach and resort wear, as well as novelties from other Bahamian out islands. Get your famous "BRI" garb or "Potcake" shirts at Dilly Dally Shop.
For authentic island art, The Princess Street Gallery sells mostly local art including watercolors by Elizabeth Berry, whose bright streetscapes decorate many of the island's houses, and works by Stephen Scott Young, considered the Wyeth of the Bahamas. And for fine wines, visit The Landing Cellar, a fine wine shop with wines from around the world.