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The Greek-Bahamian population in The Bahamas is small but mighty. Greek laborers moved to The Bahamas in the 1800s to develop a once-thriving sponging industry, and since then, Greek cuisine has had a significant influence on food in The Bahamas in the form of the many restaurants in both Nassau and Freeport. This is what Acropolis is all about. They’re only open for breakfast and lunch, but you should definitely prioritize the Greek-style omelet.

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