Mariah Carey’s Favorite Table in Nassau

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Global music superstar Mariah Carey recently paid another visit to Nassau in The Bahamas, stopping for a meal at the country’s signature restaurant: Graycliff.

The pop icon dined in a private dining room with

her boyfriend Bryan Tanaka at the legendary Graycliff hotel and restaurant, Caribbean Journal has learned.

Graycliff is home to the third largest private wine collection on earth with more than 300,000 bottles on hand.

Tanaka, posted an Instagram photo from the cellar on the visit.

“We’re literally in a wine cellar that has over 250,000 bottles of wine, worth over 24 million dollars,” he wrote. “It’s one of the biggest collections of wine in the world! The best part of this experience was spending it with this beautiful Queen.”

That trip included a trip to the Exumas.

Graycliff has become a major haunt for a number of celebrity clients, from actors like Nicolas Cage to music stars like Jay-Z to athletes like Michael Jordan, among others.

Indeed, music legend Billy Joel is the subject of a favorite story at the hotel.

Carey likes to come to Graycliff whenever she’s in Nassau, sources told Caribbean Journal.

And she seems to be a lover of the Caribbean, most notably spending a high-profile trip last year in Antigua and Barbuda.

Graycliff has a boutique hotel along with several restaurants, a cigar factory and a historic village.

— CJ


We at Graycliff and the island of New Providence have been very fortunate to not have been affected greatly by the recent storms – although we’re not taking down our shutters anytime soon. Graycliff’s main house has been standing since 1740 and we’re planning to be around for many more years.

Some of our Bahamian Out Islands and Caribbean neighbours have not been as fortunate and our hearts go out all. In support of the fundraising efforts for both our own countrymen and our Caribbean neighbours, Graycliff is pledging that we will contribute $10 per night for each hotel booking and $5 per diner at our restaurants between the HeadKnowles Hurricane Fund (Bahamas), the One Caribbean Family Initiative and Pledge (CHTA) and CTO’s Tourism Relief Fund.

The donations will be for any new reservation received between now and Nov 15, 2017 for travel and dining until Dec. 30, 2017.

To make a reservation click on the book now button or call us at +1-242-302-9150 or