TASTE OF THE TREASURE COAST
The sweet potato crusted grouper is a menu item the staff
will recommend knowing customers will undoubtedly leave
satisfied. Fresh grouper encrusted with shredded sweet
potato, Panko breadcrumbs and topped with honey butter is
served with spinach and Yukon gold mashed potatoes.
Conch fritters have been a staple of the menu since the start
as they were one of the main dishes Fred often experienced
in the Bahamas. Somewhat common today, Conchy’s sets
itself apart with an original recipe paired with Harbor Island
RUM DRINKS POPULAR
The St. Lucia Drunken Monkey is one of the most popular
frozen drinks that Conchy’s has to offer; light rum and
Kahlúa, blended with piña colada mix and fresh bananas.
The Little Conch is an original rum punch that contains
a blend of fruit juice, “secret stuff”, four island rums, and
topped with Myers’ Rum Floater. This drink is a smaller version
of Conchy’s signature Big Conch, which is served in a 45
oz. fishbowl and is only served to two or more people.
There is always something going on at Conchy’s. Every
night of the week has its own form of entertainment that
intrigues newcomers and regulars alike.
Every Monday night starting at 6 p.m. Dieter Szirnik, a
Conchy’s regular, hosts family-style bingo. From 4 to 6 p.m.
and again from 7 to 9 p.m., have your wits tested for Trivia
Tuesday Twice. Hermit crab racing, a true Bahamian table
game, starts at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays. Conchy Joe’s house
reggae band, Rainfall, plays live music the remaining four
Tasty Choices for You!
Along the Downtown Waterfront
at Marina Square
8 a.m. until noon
The restaurant is a bright spot on Indian River Drive in Jensen Beach.