The Atlantis Resort has more than 30 restaurants and bars to choose from, ranging from fine dining to hot sandwiches served outside the tournament area. But with convenience comes sticker shock from $8 bananas, $14 slices of pizza and a $22 cheeseburger – all restaurants automatically include a 15% gratuity to every check.

The Bahamian Club, Casa D’Angelo and Chop Stix are fine dining restaurants minutes away from the poker room. The first is a classic steakhouse with traditional American favorites, then Italian restaurant specializing in seafood fare and across the hall is gourmet Asain-fusion cuisine.

The most convenient and less-expensive eating options while playing is the food court just outside the tournament area. A selection of sandwiches, burgers, pizza and sushi is available quick enough between breaks, but there is a food ticket system and be sure to buy them in advance to beat the crowds.

Olives, a restaurant by Chef Todd English, is the only late night option outside of room service and stays open until 3 am. It’s a Mediterranean-inspired menu open for breakfast, lunch and dinner located off the casino floor. 

Nobu is a gourmet sushi restaurant ran by the famous Chef Nobu Matsuhisa that routinely scores as one of the finest in the world. It’s only open for dinner and reservations must be made in advance.

Atlantis Marina
The Atlantis Marina opens up to the private harbor for some of the most luxurious yachts in the world. A handful of restaurants are located among shops along the promenade. Standouts include Bimini Road, Café Martinique and the Seafire Steakhouse.

Off Island
Take a trip off Paradise Island and Nassau offers dozens of eating options. Upscale options like Montague Gardens and Café Matisse but the Poop Deck, Hammerheads and the Tiki Bikini Hut have sent many full and drunk poker players back across the bridge.