Baha Mar announces the opening of the culinary and arts festival in the Bahamas

The first event of its kind will bring together world-famous chefs and local Bahamian artists for a weekend of food, art and culture

NASAUThe Bahamas,, June 29, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Baha Mar, c of the Caribbean a leading integrated luxury resort of your choice located in NassauThe Bahamasis excited to announce the first The Bahamas Culinary and Artificial Festival in Baha Mar, which takes place October 21-23, 2022. Establishing Baha Mar as a leading culinary and art destination in The Caribbeanthe three-day food and culture festival will be led by internationally renowned and renowned chefs, including Marcus Samuelson of Marcus in Baha Mar Fish + Chop House, Daniel Bulud of Café Boulud and Dario Cecchini of Carna, which will be joined by a TV presenter and a culinary master Amanda Friday together with an author and a restaurateur Carla Hallas well as a Bahamian culinary craftsman, event curator and chef, Simeon Hall Jr.

The Bahamas Culinary and Arts Festival in 2022 will kick off with a welcome party organized by Marcus Samuelson On Friday, October 21st. Throughout the weekend, guests will be able to enjoy a two-day culinary and arts exhibition featuring interactive cooking demonstrations led by Baha Mar’s leading Epicurean talents and guest chefs, new exhibitions by local artisans in partnership with The Current, curated by the CEO. of the resort Arts and Culture John Coxand a big dinner around, showing the taste of the best of The Bahamas and more than 45 famous restaurants, bars and cafes of Baja Mar. All chefs will host exclusive, bespoke interactive experiences that will be announced later this summer. The celebration will end with a special event with tickets for an unforgettable outdoor experience with the participation of chefs and artists at the festival of Long Kaythe lush refuge on the private island of Baja Mar.

“We are excited to debut the Bahamas Festival of Culinary Arts in Baha Mar, which will highlight the resort as a culinary, art and cultural destination of choice within The Caribbean,” said Graham DavisPresident, Baha Mar.. “This premiere event will allow us to show the extraordinary chefs, as well as the artistic creativity found both in Baja Mar and throughout The Bahamas international guest stars also joined. We plan to make this festival a leading food and art festival in the region, giving locals and visitors the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the island’s rich culture and gastronomic offerings. “

“It is a great honor for me to be part of this monumental event, which takes place in one of my favorite destinations, Baha Mar,” he said. Marcus Samuelson. “We have prepared the stage for a truly memorable festival and I, together with my colleagues and friends, am excited to continue to highlight the local culinary scene, combined with the unique Bahamian art and culture.”

The current gallery and art center, the Baha Mar Center for captivating Bahamian artistic experiences, is focused on recognizing and supporting a strong creative community in Nassau through fascinating exhibitions, workshops, discussions, etc. During the festival weekend, the gallery and studio will take guests on a cultural journey featuring local art and its artists on display throughout the property. Participants will also experience local artists creating unique works – live – inspired by events and the environment.

“The Current’s art programs are one of a kind, with a focus on promoting the work of all types of artists throughout the resort,” he said. John Coxartistic director of The Current Gallery and Art Center. “We are excited to be part of the Bahamas Culinary Arts Festival in Baha Mar and to continue to share our passion for Bahamian art in the community and our visitors.”

Tickets for the event are already on sale at and are priced according to experience, ranging from $ 79 to $ 499. Guests can enjoy the Bahamas Culinary Arts Festival in a spectacular way with an all-inclusive festival weekend pass at a price of $ 499, which offers access to leading events as well as early access to some of the chef’s most exclusive, intimate experiences. The festival weekend pass includes a first-class welcome gift upon check-in, entry to The Bahamas Culinary & Arts Expo on weekends and early access to intimate guest chef experiences, as well as access to Sundown & Sips Party, Welcome Beach Party, and Grand Dine -Around. The full list of events will include:

Friday, October 21st: Sundown & Sips with host Marcus Samuelson at 6 p.m. (exclusive access for weekend pass holders); Welcome to a beach party 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 22nd: The Bahamas Exhibition of Culinary Arts 11 o’clock in the morning6 p.m.; Baha Mar Art Tour with Host John Cox at 11 o’clock in the morning; The Bahamas Culinary & Arts Grand Dine-Around from 7-23h
Sunday, October 23: Long Kay lunch at 11 o’clock in the morning; The Bahamas Exhibition of Culinary Arts 11 o’clock in the morning6 p.m.

Additional curated experiences will be announced in the coming months, including intimate culinary activities organized by Baha Mar’s leading chefs. For more information about the event, please visit for full details on the chefs and culinary concepts presented, the specifics of the event, art exhibitions and a link to easily purchase tickets.

Regarding Baha Mar.

Baha Mar is an integrated development complex located on 1000 acres overlooking the world-famous Cable Beach. The white sand beach destination includes three global brand operators – Grand Hyatt, SLS and Rosewood – over 2,300 rooms and more than 45 restaurants and lounges, the largest casino in The Caribbeanmodern congress center, Royal Blue golf course, 18 holes Jack Nicklaus signature course, brand new $ 200 million Baha Bay luxury water park, of the Caribbean the first and only leading ESPA spa and over 30 luxury retail outlets. Baja Mar is a breathtaking place with dynamic programming, activities and guest suggestions in one of the most beautiful places in the world – The Bahamas. For more information and reservations visit

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