The Native Fish Fry at Smith Point is a Grand Bahama institution.  Held on the beach every Wednesday night right next to Taino Beach Park, several restaurants engage in a typical native cookout, where fried snapper reigns supreme, but also available are steamed grouper, lobster, conch of all kinds, BBQ chicken, BBQ ribs, jerk pork, jerk chicken, and other Bahamian delicacies.  The restaurants pipe typical Bahamian Rake N Scrape music, and Outriggers has a dance floor that is going all night.   Music at Outriggers begins as Rake N Scrape and Pop tunes, but around 10:00 PM or so changes to urban beats and hip hop.  Just 5 minutes by taxi from Port Lucaya, the fish fry is a must-do for tourists and natives alike.  Dress is beach casual, bring long pants and a windbreaker in winter, shorts and t-shirt are fine for the rest of the year.  Restaurants such as Da Bus Stop, Outriggers, Tony Macaroni's Conch Experience, Gully Wash, Penny's and The White Wave have BBQs going well into the night, but  plan on arriving early (before 7:30 PM) for the best selection of food and cold beer.