Jeffrey Beers International

Paranza Paradise Island, Bahamas

Atlantis Paradise Island welcomes Paranza, the highly anticipated restaurant by celebrated Michelin-starred chef Michael White. A love letter to Italy offering innovative Italian regional cuisine, Paranza serves as a fine dining experience at The Cove, the resort’s elegant all-suite retreat. Paranza marks another milestone in Atlantis’ 25th anniversary this year, as Chef White joins Nobu Matsuhisa (Nobu) and José Andrés (Fish) in
making Atlantis the only resort destination in the Caribbean with three Michelin star-rated chef concepts.

Award-winning design studio, Jeffrey Beers International, created Paranza’s design, inspired by both the Bahamas’ gorgeous vibrant azure waters and white sand beaches and Italy’s dramatic coastline and sophisticated communities. Upon arrival, guests enter a winding walkway that leads to the discovery of the patio, which sits underneath a wooden pergola and faces the stunning vista of Atlantis’ famous Royal Towers. The expansive outdoor patio unfolds into the main dining space, permeated with earthy hues of cerused oak, smoky blues and bright cognacs. Handsome fixtures include hand-blown blue glass, custom lighting, oversized antique mirrors framed in iron arches and more. Three family-style tables are perched adjacent to the bar area, while a custom wine wall for temperature-controlled red varietals serves as a focal point to the entry of Paranza’s
private dining room, which features additional bespoke design elements, including oversized brass light fixtures in the shape of seashells.

Restaurant Design
Atlantis Paradise Island