Unfortunately, Bishop's was completely destroyed by Dorian. Only thing left is about 1/2 of the bar/restaurant. A big loss for eastern Grand Bahama. Bishop and his wife were rescued by the US Coast Guard.
Great Beach Great Food relaxing atmosphere Bishops is off the beaten path and away from the normal tourist attractions. Bishop's is situated on the east in of Grand Bahama Island in a settlement called High Rock.
We had late flights out so we went here for lunch on our last day. The place is humble and off the beaten path but absolutely wonderful fresh seafood. I had the grouper fingers, hubby had whole snapper, kids had shrimp and fries.
In a different post i explained where you can get some good conch in Port Lucaya. The best conch on the entire island is here. I like most seafood but I'm not into certain things like squid, so I didn't think I would like conch the first time I tried it about three years ago. I not only like it but I love it. This place is the best though. We fly out this next Saturday and have a very busy week planned but there is no way I will leave the island without visiting this place for cracked conch. It is a bit of a drive but there are several things to do along the way. Owl hole, Lucaya National forest, No name Beach. Make the trip, get the conch and a couple cold beers and enjoy.
Bishops restaurant This place was recommended to us at our resort when we got directions to Lucaya national Park. This place is a gem. We went over to the restaurant part and ordered our lunch. They brought it over to the bar area that was overlooking the ocean. My husband had the grouper fingers with fries and I had a crab salad. Both were very good. The beach is pristine. We were told that the motels there rent for 110 and 120 a night. We were told they were roomy and have no kitchens. We certainly recommend this as a lunch stop when going to the park.