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’ newest dining experience, offering guests South American-inspired cuisine with a Bahamian touch. The restaurant will begin welcoming guests for dinner this holiday season (www.AtlantisBahamas.com).
“77° West joins Atlantis’ impressive roster of restaurants and presents the first cuisine of its kind at our resort,” said Ian Reid, senior vice president of resort operations and food and beverage at Atlantis, Paradise Island. “With the ever-changing culinary landscape, Atlantis’ newest dining venue explores South American-Caribbean cuisine, delivering inventive dishes based on classic favorites and bolstering the resort as a long-standing culinary destination.”
With 77° West, Atlantis delivers contemporary cuisine that begins with appetizers such as duck and cotija-stuffed empanadas; crunchy soft shell crab; and charred lamp chops paired with yogurt-cucumber dip and mango-infused jalapeño slaw. Guests also can get in 77° West’s signature ceviche yellowtail snapper as well as aji amarillo Tuna, as well as Shrimp ‘Cocktel,’ plated with mango and avocado in a roasted tomato sauce.
“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.”
Atlantis is known for having a vast dining landscape, delivering new and innovative dining experience to guests. 77° West joins the resort’s restaurant venues, including more than 21 restaurants and 19 bars and lounges, featuring celebrity-chef driven experiences such as Nobu, Todd English’s Olives and Jean-Georges’ Café Martinique.
One of the world’s most famous resorts, Atlantis features a variety of accommodations built around a 141-acre waterscape, which includes fresh and saltwater lagoons, pools, marine habitats, as well as water slides and river rides for all ages.
The resort is home to the largest open-air marine habitat in the world, Atlantis has more than 50,000 marine animals and 250 species throughout its numerous habitats.
In addition to the Atlantis Casino, Atlantis has four alternate gaming venues; a collection of luxury boutiques and shops; restaurants and the largest cohesive conference center, meeting and convention facilities in The Caribbean.
The Cove Atlantis, a 600-room resort, features an open-air lobby and oversized suites designed by acclaimed interior architects Jeffrey Beers and David Rockwell. Guests of The Cove are privy to luxury services and amenities, views of the ocean, and Cain at The Cove, an exclusive experience encompassing an adults-only ultra-pool with outdoor gaming and cabanas.