The Top 7 Places to Grab Drinks in the Turks & Caicos
The time has arrived: Your clients have arrived for their vacation in the Turks & Caicos. Time for them to hit the town and experience the Caribbean nightlife. We’re talking about oceanfront views, stunning sunsets, island-inspired tapas and refreshing cocktails — and they can enjoy it all with their toes in the sand.
Even the highly regarded Fodor’s recommends Magnolia not only as a place to dine, but also to watch an out-of-this-world sunset. Situated high on a bluff overlooking the Turtle Cove Marina, Magnolia offers an impressive list of specialty wines and various cocktails. Tell your clients to try some dessert with their appellation of choice: the Banoffee Pie (bananas and toffee on a graham cracker crust with whipped cream, YUM) and the vanilla-roasted strawberries drowned in port-reduction wine are not to be missed.
- Bay Bistro
Bay Bistro is located at the Sibonne Beach Hotel, just steps away from the gentle waves of Grace Bay Beach. Indeed, Bay Bistro offers some of the island’s best panoramic ocean views because of its close proximity to the water, making it the ultimate location for your clients to enjoy their choice of sweet cocktails, vintage rums and other fine spirits. Here, they can watch the sun set in dramatic fashion, as the sky changes from hues of orchid to lavender to deep mauves to violet and, finally, to deep cobalt. Palm trees, tiki torches and lush greenery complete the scene, all with a gentle sea breeze. This is island nightlife at its best.
- Infiniti Bar
Hip and vanguard, the Infiniti Bar at the award-winning luxury resort Grace Bay Club is the place to be on a Friday night. The stylish ambiance created by glowing lanterns, plush intimate seating and smooth tunes makes this the perfect place to grab some martinis or champagne.
The Infiniti Bar is the longest bar in the Caribbean at 90 feet, stretching from the hotel to the shores of Grace Bay Beach. It is the first infinity-edge bar in the world and features a creative menu offering tapas dishes and delicious cocktails, in addition to full restaurant service.
- Stelle Bistro
Upscale, sleek and chic, Stelle Bistro turns into a late-night lounge after dinner, open until midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. Located at the Wymara Resort. Stelle is a trendy spot where locals and tourists alike converge on the weekend as the DJ spins, the lights dim and ambiance chilled.
- The Deck
Enjoy island-inspired light fare and sundowners overlooking Grace Bay. With occasional live entertainment, fire pits, a tasty menu, fully stocked cocktail bar and an interesting menu, this is the perfect spot to relax, enjoy the calming vibe and savor your Caribbean vacation.
The Deck Restaurant is located at the Seven Stars Resort, a luxury island resort nestled on the world-famous Grace Bay Beach.
- 72° West
With fire pits and comfortable couches for lounging, 72°West at The Palms is a popular place to spend evenings under the stars. Guests can delight in a family-friendly, Caribbean-inspired menu offering enjoyably simple, lighter fare – chilled, grilled and filled with flavor.
Lunch is served throughout the day on the lower pool deck tucked between the serpentine infinity pool and the beach. Dinner is served seasonally.
- Danny Buoy’s
Do your clients enjoy an icy cold beer? How about a tall glass of pitch black Guinness and a game of darts? They can get their party on at Danny Buoy’s, the islands’ only authentic British-style pub. With imported draughts and the islands’ largest single malt selection, DB’s offers good times all around. Weekly events such as karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a DJ dance party on Saturdays promise lively amusement into the wee hours of the morning. Fine Cuban cigars, high-stakes casino video poker and sports games on the Satellite TV mean more fun for everyone.
Want to see more of our favorite places for culinary delights and libations in the Turks & Caicos? Check out other top spots on our website, or get in touch to learn how to bring your client’s dream vacation to life with our local knowledge of the islands.