GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba -- Journalists visiting Guantanamo Bay for the military commissions are now allowed to roam around many parts of the island on their own, as long as they can figure out a way to get there.

Guantanamo has a McDonald's, two Subways, a KFC, an Irish pub, a jerk house and multiple bars with decent selections of cheap beer. There's a Starbucks to satisfy your caffeine needs and even a food truck that sits outside the courtroom if you need to grab a quick bite during a military commissions hearing.

With so many options, where should you eat? HuffPost has you covered. Check out the slideshow below.

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  • McDonald's

    For late night, McDonald's is often the only thing open on Guantanamo Bay Navy Base. It looks like a typical McDonald's inside.

  • The Navy Exchange

    Is the closest thing Guantanamo has to a Wal-Mart. You can get pretty much anything.

  • Commissary and Navy Exchange

    Watch out for massive iguanas.

  • Guantanamo Produce

    Pretty much everything you'd see at your local grocery store.

  • Gitmo Beer

    There's a pretty decent selection.

  • Gitmo Beer

    They've also got some cold beer if you need it now.

  • Subway

    You'll end up eating Subway pretty much every day court is in session since there's not enough time to leave the court facility. Watch out for iguanas if you visit in-person. There's also one at the airport across the bay if you need to grab a quick bite before your flight back to the continental U.S.

  • O'Kelly's Irish Pub

    O'Kelly's Irish Pub is a Guantanamo staple.

  • O'Kelly's Irish Pub

    One of the most popular spots for dinner at Guantanamo, you may spot head prosecutor Mark Martins eating nearby the detainees' defense lawyers. They've also got karaoke on Wednesdays.

  • O'Kelly's Irish Pub

    The fried pickles are a must at O'Kelly's. Also try the Fish and Chips and the GTMO Smokehouse Burger.

  • The Jerk House

    Highly recommended.

  • Jerk House

    Order here.

  • Jerk House

    Best food on the base. They've got chicken, ribs and beef.

  • Starbucks

    The Guantanamo Starbucks can help you make it through some of those lengthy court sessions.

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks has one of the best wi-fi connections on a base where your cell phone wouldn't work. You'll see lots of service members FaceTiming with their loved ones at night.

  • Ice Cream

    They've got ice cream too.

  • Tiki Bar

    There's also a tiki bar with some nice views.

  • Officer's Club

    Good selection, cheap beer. $3 bottles.

  • Officer's Club

    Officer's Club has some really great decorations.

  • Officer's Club

    The Officer's Club has pool and darts. You can also watch ABC's Nashville.

  • Iggy Cafe / Gold Hill Galley

    Free for troops, cheap for all others. Breakfast is $2.50, lunch and dinner are $4.60.

  • Iggy's

    It's decorated kind of like a T.G.I. Friday's. Signed Pele, Gretzky and Jordan jerseys on the wall.

  • Galley

    You can store your hat in a cubby while you eat.

  • POW/MIA Table At The Gold Hill Galley

    Table to honor prisoners of war and soliders missing in action at the Gold Hill Galley.

  • Nutritional Guidance

    Is everywhere at Gold Hill Galley.

  • Fruits

    Plenty of fruits available at Gold Hill Galley.

  • Ice Cream

    Gold Hill Galley also has a great desert selection.

  • Ice Cream

    ...and signs warning you not to overdo it.

  • Food Truck

    Seriously, just don't.

  • Food Truck's Bacon, Egg & Cheese

    There's a reason it's so cheap. Don't bother.