Dinner for non-residents
Staying on Abaco? Looking for delicious food and a change of scenery? The Delphi Club at Rolling Harbour welcomes dinner guests when there is room at the great table. And it’s a wonderful social experience.
The Delphi Club is a beautiful plantation-style lodge in a gorgeous setting, overlooking the ocean, about 25 miles south of Marsh Harbour. The Club has great atmosphere and an international clientele.
Dinner is at 7.00pm sharp, with cocktails and canapés from 6.15pm.
There is no formal dress code; the tone is smart-casual.
All guests eat dinner together at one long table. It’s a bit like a big dinner party. The food is excellent. The menu is set, although there is always the choice of a meat dish or a fresh fish dish for the main course.
The wine list is top-notch and very reasonably priced. Dinner is rounded off with coffee and home-made chocolates and a complimentary nightcap.
The price is $80 per person, plus wines and drinks. Gratuities are at the discretion of guests.
Reservations must be made before 12-noon on the day and are subject to availability.
We normally do have space at the table, but not when the lodge is taken by a private party.
Reservations must be confirmed by email and supported by a credit card (Visa or Mastercard).
Because all food is freshly cooked on the day, according to specific guest numbers, cancellations made after 12-noon on the day will result in charges being applied.
From Marsh Harbour, take the main highway south toward Sandy Point. Continue for just under 25 miles from the airport roundabout until you see a large white rock on the right hand side of the road. Turn left down a lane, opposite the rock, and then follow the signs to the Club, which is about one mile off the highway.
From the Cherokee/Winding Bay turn-off, the white rock is about 14 miles to the south.