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There are a bunch of different restaurants, bars and shops around Count Basie Square. My wife and I spent multiple hours here during our most recent trip to Freeport. It's a great place to find different types of food and the people working at each...More
Several places to shop and several places to drink. Over all clean with restrooms placed around. Straw market and stores to explore. Friendly staff at the shopping places and bars. Worth getting off ship for a couple hours.
Twice we visited the square on a Friday night, during our recent stay on Grand Bahama.
We enjoyed the live music and the excellent Christmas decorations. The live acts deserve more support than they receive.
During the two weeks we were here we only found...More
I love the way the square is set up the brickwork, the stage, the whole layout are fantastic. Friday nights the have live bands that are quite good. Be sure to visit Daddy Browns if you like fried conch fritters and visit the corner bar...More
What a fun festive place. We heard music there two different times. Very enjoyable. It’s a nice stage with a clean area to watch the entertainment. The colorful buildings around are fun to see you too!
Young or older , come by foot, boat, bike or car. This is the destination for everyone . Music is always here. Sometimes live
Music and dance. I've heard some great local talent perform. The square is surrounded with nice bars ( reasonable price local...More
This market place serves the cruise terminals and has a variety of shops which all essentially offer the same goods. The prices are all set high and you haggle them down. Standard Caribbean stuff here. Nothing overly unique. On a side note, if the Carnival...More
Count Basie Square has an amazing juice stand. You can pick fresh ingredients from several different fruits and fresh coconut milk. They will open the coconut with a machete while you watch and blend it for you. It was fresh and delicious. There are also...More