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Mine Hill, New Jersey
June 18, 2004
The service was good and the food extraordinary. The food is presented in an artistic manner and tasted as good as it looked. There were many excellent choices on the menu. The conch chowder is the same as served through all the other restaurants in Atlantis so go for something unusual. They do have a bar and lounge area if you are waiting for your table.
My wife and I celebrated this dinner without the kids (babysitting service through Atlantis $18/hour for two kids). We arrived ten minutes before and were ushered to our table immediately. We sat one table away from the glass wall which was perfect as we saw all the fish activity from a comfortable distance. We prefer this to the Café for the future as kids are allowed and we didn't see any tables without a good view of the tanks.
From journal 2004 Bahamas Harborside At Atlantis
January 9, 2004
Live dancers were present during the evening. The wait staff also sang "Happy Birthday" to many tables during the evening. But it isn't too cheesy!
The restaurant sits within the "Dig" and many of the walls are actually windows looking into the large lagoons. Rays, sharks, grouper, and snapper swim by on a regular basis. You must make reservations to get into the restaurant, and I would recommend making them several days ahead. We made them the day of and had to wait until 9pm to get a table. The service was okay.
Fathoms is not the most expensive restaurant at Atlantis, nor the least. The more expensive restaurants at Atlantis require shirts and coats. Fathoms required resort casual (for men, dockers and a shirt with collar).
This is the second best meal that we had during our trip, Compass Point being was the best. Both were in the $140 (with tip and wine) price range.
From journal Nassau and Sandyport Beaches