Grand Isle Resort & Spa to Debut 23 North Beach Club March 1

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The Bahamas’ Grand Isle Resort & Spa announced it will launch its new luxury beach club and restaurant 23 North Beach Club on March 1. The beachfront venue will have an indoor and outdoor bar and restaurant, a pool, cabanas, daybeds, lounge chairs and beach access.

The new beach club’s made-to-order menu will offer Bahamian-fusion dishes prepared by Chef Fritz, the resort’s executive director of culinary. The restaurant will serve lunch, dinner and weekend brunch parties. The 30,000-square-foot venue also serve as an event space for an assortment of occasions, including birthdays, reunions, incentive meetings and more. For guests looking to tie the knot at 23 North, the beach club offers its own large bridal suite.

23 North Beach Club will provide day passes and annual memberships for visitors to purchase if they wish to visit the beach club and are not guests at Grand Isle Resort & Spa. Tip: Visitors can also easily arrive at the resort by yacht, with an Emerald Bay marina located nearby.

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Grand Isle Resort & Spa, a recipient of the AAA Four Diamond Award, sits on a mile-long stretch of beach on the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas. The property overlooks Emerald Bay and offers sports fishing, fly fishing, diving and snorkeling.

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