Sugar Factory American Brasserie set to open at Baha Mar

Sugar Factory American Brasserie, an American favorite eatery and confectionary shop, has expanded to The Bahamas with its newest location at Baha Mar resort.

The restaurant will feature a full-service restaurant, café, confectionary shop, retail store, carousel bar overlooking Baha Mar’s iconic fountains, and the debut of CandyOcean, a one-of-a-kind aquatic-themed immersive experience.

“We are thrilled to welcome the widely-recognized and celebrated Sugar Factory and Baha Mar’s collection of world-class culinary and entertainment offerings,” said Graeme Davis, president, Baha Mar. “With a bright color palette synonymous with the Baha Mar lifestyle, we look forward to introducing CandyOcean by Sugar Factory and new menu items exclusively available at Baha Mar – a memorable dining experience in a uniquely Bahamian setting.

The first CandyOcean by Sugar Factory will feature life-size sculptures of dolphins and sharks blowing bubble gum, flamingos frolicking on cotton candy clouds, and many more sealife-inspired moments.

Sugar Factory’s confectionery shop will feature the signature floor-to-ceiling candy wall with more than 500 types of candy, including a selection of novelty and bulk candy like the world-famous Couture Pops. Completing the confectionery, the adjacent café will offer coffees, hot chocolate, frozen hot chocolate, homemade specialty rainbow doughnuts and pastries, in addition to homemade gelato.

Sugar Factory’s big cheesy monster burger. PHOTOS: SUGAR FACTORY

“When Baha Mar was first announced, we knew we wanted to bring a Sugar Factory location there. Now, one of the hottest new resort destinations to visit in the world, Baha Mar’s cheerful and vibrant setting is the perfect place for our lively atmosphere and playful menu,” said Charissa Davidovici, Sugar Factory owner.

“The new restaurant will be unique to its tropical location, yet stay true to the iconic and signature charm of Sugar Factory.”

The dining room, replete with red tufted banquets, crystal chandeliers and antique brass accents, will seat 200, with seating for an additional 100 guests on the spacious outdoor patio.

The restaurant will also feature an extraordinary outdoor carousel bar and gazebo, that seats 30 and offers views of Baha Mar’s dazzling fountain show.

Sugar Factory’s menu features signature items such as the pan roasted prime rib eye paired with a crispy brick of Havarti cheese; roasted lobster mac and cheese for two; brick chicken served with mashed potatoes dressed in a lemon-herb sauce; the big cheesy burger that is topped with melted white cheddar, creamy mac and cheese, and bacon on a toasted potato bun; over-the-top insane milkshakes; and the Holly gold monster burger, dressed in a 24k gold leaf served with gold dusted fries. Legendary desserts will top the menu like the famous King Kong sundae, serving up to 12 people with 24 scoops of ice cream topped with sprinkles, gummy bears, caramel sauce, fudge sauce and giant whirly pops.

The elevated white marble indoor bar seats up to 13 guests and will provide full menu service complete with Sugar Factory’s signature 64-ounce alcohol-infused smoking candy goblets including the popular lollipop passion, garnished with lollipops and candy necklaces, and the watermelon mojito featuring Pitbull’s Voli 305 Vodka and sour watermelon gummies. Guests can also enjoy celebrity-approved goblets like The Rock’s Soul Man with his Teremana Tequila; 50 Cent’s Candy Shop with Branson Cognac; Mario Lopez’s Monster Hurricane with Casa Mexico Silver Tequila; Travis Scott’s Strawberry Hustle with Cacti Spiked Seltzer; Snoop Dogg’s Strawberry Lemonade Smash and Tropical Fruit Punch with his INDOGGO Gin; Bruno Mars’ Watermelon Piña Colada and Mai Tai made with SelvaRey Rum; the Chainsmokers’ JAJA Tequila Goblets featuring the Sour Flour Mango Sunrise and Electric Purple Jawbreaker; Nick Jonas and John Varvatos’ Strawberry Cadillac Reposado Margarita made with Villa One Tequila; and The Drake, crafted with his Virginia Black Whiskey.

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Shavaughn Moss

Shavaughn Moss joined The Nassau Guardian as a sports reporter in 1989. She was later promoted to sports editor. Shavaughn covered every major athletic championship from the CARIFTA to Central American and Caribbean Championships through to World Championships and Olympics. Shavaughn was appointed as the Lifestyles Editor a few years later.

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