restaurants in turks and caicos

Tuscany June Blog Post 1-Restaurants

Providenciales is home to an amazing variety of restaurants. There are beach bars, open-air bistros, high-end eateries offering world cuisine, and even informal food-truck fare served from a retro trailer. Best of all, these restaurants are often within walking distance from our Turks and Caicos resort.

Cabana Bar & Grille

Cabana’s a great option if you’re looking for a quick lunch with a view of the beautiful beach just steps away.

The food is good and family-friendly, including such basic fare as hamburgers and wraps. The menu also includes Wednesday-night smoked snapper, chicken, and ribs; and Friday night fish, chicken, or steak barbecue.

Cabana Cafe offers beachside and poolside service to Tuscany (and Venetian) guests as well as in-room dining

Read more details here.

Opus Wine Bar & Grille

This is one of the few restaurants on the island open until 11 pm. A beautifully landscaped patio makes a quietly elegant setting.

The menu emphasizes meat: a fire-grilled rib-eye steak with cognac-cream sauce, filet mignon with horseradish demi-glace, and pork chops with salsa. If you want fish, order one of the daily specials.

The best part of the meal is dessert; who can pass up the chocolate brownies with ice cream? Make sure to have a nightcap at the bar; it gets lively around 10.

Read more details here.

Fairways Bar and Grill

Located just five minutes from our resort at the world-famous Provo Golf Club, Fairways Bar and Grill offers a relaxing and friendly atmosphere, and is a favorite with locals for breakfast, lunch, and  brunch on the weekends.

Their motto is ‘everyone is welcome’, and you don’t have to be a golfer to enjoy their food. Enjoy the spectacular views of the 18th hole from a panoramic wrap-around open air terrace, or enjoy a glass of wine or beer and good old-fashioned company at the air-conditioned bar.

Read more details here.

Coyaba on Grace Bay Road

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Coyaba provides its diners a healthy blend of flavorful local dishes as well as some traditional American favorites with a special spin on the recipe of course. Main entrees are known to change daily and include fresh seafood like shrimp or fish.

What makes this restaurant so special is the cuisine that is mostly Caribbean with a contemporary take on some island favorites. Some of the spices like saffron are what set Coyaba restaurant apart from the rest.

Read more details here.


Located at The Sands on Grace Bay Road, Hemingway’s serves up delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week.  This laid back restaurant has a wonderful lunch selection including Soft Grouper Tacos and the “Papa” Burger.  For dinner, you can get anything from Crab Cakes to Filet Mignon.  The desserts include Fried Ice Cream, Rum Cake, and other tasty selections.

Hemingway’s is open air seating with a really nice deck area that overlooks the beach and ocean.  The bar area is also cool and a nice place to grab a drink while you wait for your table.

Read more details here.

Fire and Ice

At Fire & Ice, patrons can expect a casual, yet sophisticated beach- y atmosphere that starts with sipping martinis at the Ice Bar and that ends with a scrumptious dessert in the Fire Lounge, an outdoor seating area with fire pits. In between is a delicious and unique dining experience with Mediterranean dishes that offer the zest, spices and flavorful sauces that are unique only to South America and the Caribbean.

This makes for a fantastic dining experience. Appetizers range from Tiradito (butterfish, mango, greens and cassava chips) to Cebiche (sea bass, Rocoto sauce, crispy onions and radishes) to Lobster.

Read more details here.

Bay Bistro

Bay Bistro is located beach front right on Grace Bay Beach, about ten minutes from our resort.  If you are looking for one of the best beach and ocean views on the island while dining, you have found it in Bay Bistro.

To go along with the great view, Bay Bistro serves some of the island’s best food with a Caribbean flair.  The atmosphere is relaxed and casual as you take in some of the best dining on the island.

Read more details here.

Ricky’s Flamingo Café

On any given Sunday, barefoot tourists and locals of Providenciales mingle at an airy, lemon-colored building facing the beach of Grace Bay. On the restaurant deck, people chat at the bar, families watch their kids on the beach over lunch, and a swimsuit-clad group plays volleyball not far from the water’s edge. Officially, this is the Flamingo Café. For the restaurant’s Sunday faithful, it’s simply Rickie’s.

Ricky’s Flamingo Café is located in Grace Bay East and is open for lunch and dinner.

Coco Bistro

Set amidst the largest palm grove on the island of Providenciales in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Coco Bistro is a food lover’s fantasy in a one-of-a-kind setting. Located in the heart of Grace Bay, within walking distance from most resorts, Coco Bistro serves fresh local cuisine under a starlit sky and swaying coconut palms. Complementing the delightful island ambience is a culinary experience considered among the best in Turks and Caicos.

Starting with the freshest local ingredients and enhanced by the skills and imagination of executive chef/owner, Stuart Gray, Coco Bistro stands out as a ‘must visit’ by visitors and residents. Gray has earned a reputation for consistently creating, fresh, flavorful Caribbean cuisine and his personal attention to every detail ensures an exceptional dining experience.

Read more details here.


Nestled on the grounds of Coco Bistro, Cocovan is a new casual dining experience in the heart of Grace Bay. Enjoy delicious food and drinks in a casual atmosphere under a canopy of palms, served from a 1974 Airstream Kitchen.

The menu varies depending on the best ingredients available each week.

Read more here.