Welcome to
OUTRIGGERS Beach Club
Home of the world famous "FISH FRY"!

For a true taste of Grand Bahama, a trip to Smith's Point is almost necessary. Outrigger's is home to the traditional Bahamian Fish Fry held on Wednesday nights. You'll feast on local dishes such as fried fish, broiled lobster and conch. Of course, there's always the regular Bahamian menu during the week!

Now open 7 days a weekYou will feel as though you are dining in someone's home at this island gem. Outrigger's Beach Club is the place to go for truly authentic and affordable Bahamian cuisine cooked by Bahamians. Menu options may include cracked conch, lobster tail or barbecued chicken. Expect many fish dinners to come full-bodied (with heads on) and full-flavored! Takeout is available. Located on Smith's Point, just 5 minutes away from the Port Lucaya Marketplace, and 15 minutes away from downtown Freeport. We are famous for our weekly Fish Fry on Wednesday when the average cost is $12.00 and up. Every Tuesday and Thursday we offer a Beach Bonfire.

Outrigger's Beach Club is open daily.  We have a seating capacity of 100 to 150 people. We welcome all group bookings and special functions, including weddings, receptions, private beach parties and bonfires.  For more information please use our comment form or contact us at outriggersbeachclub@outriggersbeachclub.com

When you visit Grand Bahama, and want to have an evening full of fun and activities, come and see us at the Outrigger's Beach Club!

Smith's Point 
Smith's Point is named after the Scotsman, Michael Smith, who served in the early 1800s as Commissioner of the island. Instead of money, he was given 400 acres of land, part of which one of his sons sold to the Grand Bahama Development Company.  A sign at its entrance proudly proclaims, "Smith's Point--Bahamian Village," indicating the village's pride in maintaining its heritage. It is the venue for what has become a Wednesday night tradition on the island -- the Fish Fry! The fish fry originated from a fund raising event to build a church for the settlement, and it grew in popularity over the years, until now it's a "must do" while on the island. The church (St. Jude's Anglican Church) is the pride of the community.