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The 7 Best Coffee Shops In Nassau

From Cuban coffee to delicious beans that they import from places all over Latin America, the best coffee shops in Nassau are at your service to fuel you with caffeine during your trip.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re just visiting Nassau as a quick hop off the cruise ship or spending an entire week-long vacation in this sunny paradise. You’re going to want to make sure you pencil in some time to relax in one of the city’s top cafes.

Lucky for you, they’re all really unique and serve top-notch coffee! Take a look at this list of the seven best coffee shops in Nassau. Visit any one of them and we promise you won’t be disappointed.

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1. Louis & Steen’s 

Louis & Steen’s is the first and only Specialty Coffeehouse in the Bahamas, serving authentic Cajun-Creole – New Orlean’s fare. And, it truly shows, from the customer service to the unique architecture.

Plus, the locale offers stunning views of the ocean if you can snag a seat outside on the patio.

This colourful coffeehouse smells of delicious coffee and delectable gumbo. Go for the specialty coffee but stay for just how downright cosy and beautiful the place is.

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2. Cafe Madeline

Elegance, style, and taste all combine here at Cafe Madeline to create one of the most magical cafe experiences you’ll find in Nassau.

You’ll find this cafe inside of the Grand Hyatt in Baha Mar, which lets you in on just how elegant the coffee shop is. They serve great New Zealand coffee and delicious almond croissants. But, their impressive latte art makes them one of the best coffee shops in Nassau.

3. Cafe Channing Noelle

If you’re looking to indulge in a bit of a sweet treat while you’re in the Bahamas, look no further than Cafe Channing Noelle, which serves up the island’s tastiest French macaroons.

This elegant cafe is the perfect place to start your day, as they serve a variety of great coffee along with breakfast menu items. The decor of the cafe adds to the overall experience, as it feels like you’re visiting a cosy little French cafe on a side street in Paris.

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4. The Coffee Bar at the Island House

The Island House is a unique establishment that offers a high-scale dining experience in a comfortable atmosphere.

This upscale and swanky place is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Nassau’s main tourist areas, which makes the discovery of this sweet cafe that much better. 

The Coffee Bar itself is upscale and swanky, but still retains the perfectly laid-back vibes typical of the Caribbean.

The Coffee Bar at the Island House in Nassau

5. Gregory’s 

Even though this is one of the island’s best Mediterranean delis, Gregory’s also serves high-quality coffee.

Stop in for lunch and save room for a coffee afterwards. Guests particularly love their espressos, cappuccinos, and their cold “frozitos.” If you’re visiting Nassau and love cold frappuccinos, then definitely hit up Gregory’s.

6. Bon Vivants

Not only is Bon Vivants one of the most Instagrammable places in Nassau, but it’s also the perfect place to relax with an afternoon tea or coffee.

This place is actually a cocktail bar as well, and the owners wanted to create a space that perfectly mixed Caribbean art and history with the craft of cocktails. It’s truly one of the most beautiful cafes in the world.

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7. Stogie’s Cigar and Coffee Shop

Okay, so this might not be one of the trendiest coffee shops in Nassau, but it’s pure gold simply for the unique combination of coffee and cigars that they serve their guests.

You can grab a premium cigar with your coffee and then head to the nearby beach to relax with one in each hand. That’s a pretty good afternoon if you ask us. 

If you’re not in the mood for coffee, then definitely still stop by to try their lemonades. They’re even more popular than their coffee and cigars!

Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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