Dinning Area at Baci, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean


This low-key Italian eatery overlooks the Turtle Cove Marina and draws both tourists and locals. Take-out is also available.

Food at  Bay Bistro, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean - Courtesy Paradise Photography

Bay Bistro

Special occasions at this restaurant near The Palms are the specialty at this beachfront restaurant that boasts incredible views. Head over for barbecues and full moon pig roasts and spend the evening by a bonfire.

Food at Bella Luna, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Bella Luna

For a break from seafood, head to Bella Luna for a classic Italian meal. The family-friendly spot in Providenciales has two dining areas: the more casual Pizzeria and the more formal Ristorante, located upstairs on a covered patio. No matter where you decide to eat, the authentic Italian food is a pleasant surprise on this Caribbean island.

Food at Caicos Bakery, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Caicos Bakery

While this tiny French bakery can barely accommodate ten people, its glass display holds a bounty of pastries, including various types of croissants, tarts, quiches, éclairs, sausage rolls, pizzas, beignets and baguettes. The establishment is a local favorite so show up early to avoid a long line and/or your favorite treat being sold out.

Food at Caicos Café, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Caicos Café

Seafood and homemade pasta are the specialties at this casual eatery near Regent Village. Try the lobster linguine fra diavolo and a troccoli pasta with sundried tomatoes, black olives and capers.

Bar at Coco Bistro, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Coco Bistro

Considered by most to be the best restaurant on the island, Coco Bistro is known for its fresh local cuisine, excellent cocktails and idyllic setting in a palm grove. The portions are large, so beware of over-ordering. If you catch sight of a grey cat, don’t be alarmed, that is Coco and she’s spent every night at the restaurant for the past seven years.

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Dinning Area at Coyaba, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean


Led by chef Paul Newman, Coyaba delivers eclectic, contemporary Caribbean food in a serene courtyard surrounded by a lush tropical garden. The broad menu offers unique takes on island originals, interspersed by such palate cleansers as gazpacho and lime sorbet.  For those with a sweet tooth, the warm chocolate cake for desert is a must.

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Entrance at Da Conch Shack, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Da Conch Shack

From cab driver to resort manager, everyone on the island raves about the Conch Shack, a pastel-colored open-air restaurant right on the water, in the Blue Hills neighborhood. It’s the place to try TCI’s ubiquitous seafood, which is reminiscent of calamari and can be chewy if not prepared well. At Conch Shack it comes fresh from the sea and is made on the spot and served fried, grilled, raw or as a ceviche. Check the schedule for live music and DJ events. It’s a great place to soak up the local vibe.


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Bar at Grace’s Cottage, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Grace’s Cottage

The old-world restaurant at Point Grace Resort serves sophisticated takes on local cuisine in a pretty, outdoor setting dotted with gazebos. Go on Tuesday evenings and listen to live music while you try their coconut conch chowder and grilled snapper.


The setting of this elegant eatery, surrounded by palm trees is enough to make guests forget they are not dining oceanside.
Dinning Area at Infiniti, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean


With a gorgeous setting in front of Grace Bay Club and on its stunning beach, Infiniti is helmed by an esteemed chef whose past gigs have taken him all over the world, and most recently, the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas. Indeed, a refined showmanship is apparent in his food, which elevates typical Caribbean hotel dining. Local, traditional flavors and ingredients are brought a sophisticated flair. Don’t miss the lobster grilled cheese sandwich with fennel and orange slaw.

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Dinning Area at Infiniti Bar, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean - Courtesy Grace Bay Club, Steve Passmore

Infiniti Bar

On the Grace Bay Club beach, next door to Infiniti, sits the Infiniti bar, a spot centered around a long, skinny bar that reaches, seemingly, into the sea. Great for sunset cocktails or a post-dinner drink, Infiniti serves specialty cocktails inspired by different parts of the Caribbean and they make a mean rum punch.

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Food at Las Brisas Restaurant, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Las Brisas Restaurant

Located on the south side of Provo, this open-air restaurant has incredible views of Chalk Sound, and is an ideal stop during a boat tour.
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Breakfast at Lemon2Go, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean


Stop into this tiny café/flower shop for excellent coffee, tasty desserts and quick lunches.
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Magnolia Restaurant & Wine Bar

Perched on a hill some forty feet above Turtle Cove Marina, Magnolia offers sweeping views of the cove below and Grace Bay in the distance.
Interiors at Parallel 23, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean

Parallel 23

The fine-dining restaurant of the The Palms may not have a beachside setting, but the pretty courtyard is equally charming.

Somewhere Café

The food at Somewhere Café, a relaxed, open-air, all-day eatery in Coral Gardens, is Tex-Mex, offering Mexican snacks like ceviche and tostadas, as well as salads, tacos and burritos. In-the-know visitors go for the tasty breakfast platters and return for cocktails and sunset viewing.

Beach at Zest, Turks & Caicos, Caribbean


Wymara’s more casual dining option, Zest is set on the hotel’s boardwalk that leads down to the beautiful beach. Lunch is elegant but simple, with offerings like ceviche, pizzas and tacos. The dinner menu is stacked with comfort food options, ideal for when visitors tire of the high cuisine (and high prices) found in most hotels restaurants. Here you will find burgers, quesadillas and chicken wings.

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