Where To Go Out In Turks and Caicos

Deck at Seven Stars

The Deck at Seven Stars: Come here for a fancy drink, classy people, and great music. You’ll love the island-inspired light fare and casual appetizers that you wash down with world-class mojitos, sundowners and local brews. There’s also live music and it’s all framed with the world’s best beach at Grace Bay. Sit around little bonfires on the gorgeous deck and watch the sunset as you drink out of a coconut. This is what dreams are made of.

Jimmy’s Dive Bar & Grill: Come here if you’re looking for a cool hangout where you can chat with the friendly locals and hear some great stories. Located in the Ports of Call Shopping Center, directly across the world famous Grace Bay Beach. Jimmy’s is legendary not just for the ambience, but two unique specialties: the Fuhgedaboudit Burger (TCI’s fattest burger at 10 oz.) and the Sharkbite drink (served in a gallon fishbowl with your very own shark). It’s open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the kitchen is open til late. So roll through and get a great bite to eat with great people and great music. Happy Hour is daily from 4-7pm so don’t miss out on that party.

  • Best Breaky: Lobster Benny – $21
  • Best Lunch: Conch Fingers – $10
  • Best Dinner: Porterhouse for 2 – $95
  • Best Drink: Mojito – $8

Danny Buoy’s: Come here whenever there’s a big game on TV. This is Provo’s best spot for live music and sports on the bigscreens, in an Irish-style pub with excellent fresh seafood caught just offshore. Danny’s features the island’s only imported draught beer (come for you Guiness fill), fine Cuban cigars, and pool tables, darts, and VLTs. Come for Happy Hour on Monday to Friday from 4-7pm (or 2 for 1 bottled beers on Friday). And party down with “live” music on weekends, karaoke on Tuesdays, and DJ Dance parties every weds and thurs.

  • Best Appie: Conch Fritters – $12
  • Best Lunch: Fish Tacos – $14
  • Best Dinner: Tropical Snapper – $25

The Vix Bar and Grill: This wine bar offers one of the finest al-fresco atmospheres in the Islands, not to mention some exquisitely mouth-watering dishes. The cuisine is inspired by the Mediterranean and the ingredients are the freshest possible – all complemented with the perfect wine list. Try the “create your own dish” where you choose from a selection of meat and fish paired your choice of eight unique sauces like tapenade and tomato chutney or minted lemon couscous.

These places are where to go out in Turks and Caicos.

2 thoughts on “Where To Go Out In Turks and Caicos

  1. Love The Deck for a bit of elegance and Jimmy’s for a casual beer. Great wines at Le Bouchon in the Regent Village, Somewhere is definitely my favorite place for some good food, great drinks and good times!

  2. We loved Danny Bouys. The food was very good for the price paid. I loved the chicken pot pie! I ate it twice that week.

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