Rosey's North Side Inn near Rock Sound
by John Whisman
(Anchorage, Alaska USA)
On a trip to Eleuthera seeking adventure by bicycling from Tarpum Bay to Rock Sound found us in the outskirts of Rock Sound and hungry, looking for a restaurant.
My wife and three children and I had peddled the 12+ miles From Tarpum Bay through Rock Sound all the way over to the Atlantic side. The road forked north and south so, on a lark, we chose north. At the end of the road is Rosey's North Side Inn.
Rose was there to meet us and make us feel welcome and special. Sitting down in her modest restaurant she quickly took our orders and set about cooking up some excellent and tasty Eleutherian food.
While waiting for our meal, we enjoyed the spectacular view of the Atlantic ocean kissing the white sandy beaches down below the small hillside where the restaurant is located.
The food was excellent and was a great value for the price. Rosey is a wonderful host and cook who went the extra mile (literally) to help us out.
We had left a pair of sunglasses on the table when we peddled off. After traveling more than a mile, Rose came up in her car honking and waving the sunglasses. She stopped and thanked her for returning them.
If you are in the Rock Sound area, head towards the Atlantic beach, turn left (north) and go to the end of the road for an excellent meal from Rose's Northside Inn.