Here’s a list of my favorite restaurant suggests, in no particular order because I love each and every one of them!
Crackpot Cafe – The Village at Grace Bay – Princess Drive Gracebay, Tel #: 649- 231-3336/ 649- 241- 3336, Email : email@example.com. Don’t miss their amazing Saturday night BBQ’s and fete’s, with live entertainment!
Coyaba – off Grace Bay Road – 946-5186 – Contemporary Caribbean Cuisine.
Le Bouchon Du Village – Regent Village – crazy great food, Mediterranean- french with a Caribbean twist! 946-5234
Caicos Cafe – Caicos Plaze, Grace Bay Road – 946-5278 – French/Caribbean Cuisine
CoCo Bistro – off Grace Bay Road – 946-5369 – a unique dining experience
Grace’s Cottage – Point Grace Resort – 946-5096 – Gourmet Caribbean Cuisine
Mr. Grouper – Next to the Tourist Board in the Lower Bight, just around the corner from the gas station. (649) 242-6780
Da Conch Shack – Blue Hills – Conch in every shape and form and fresh local Specialities. Don’t miss their Thursday night live music parties
Bay Bistro – On the beach, across the road from The Somerset Resort – 946-5396 – Contemporary Caribbean with a focus on seafood. Sunday Brunch’s are a must do; Feast of the Full Moon Beach Party every full moon
Fresh Catch – Salt Mills – local cuisine -don’t miss trying the crispy fish! Weekly Friday night Happy Hours with live music by NaDa and Tuesdays on the beach to savor “Mad About Lobsters” (during lobster season only)
Tiki Hut – Turtle C0ve -941-5341 – well known for their Colorado Angus steaks but especially for the Chicken or Ribs Night on Wednesday’s, King Crab night on Thursday’s, and Steak Night on Friday nights
Somewhere Cafe & Lounge – directly on beach at Coral Gardens, Grace Bay – Tex Mex; Cuervo On The Rocks Margarita Monday’s – $5 all day; Thursday nights enjoy live music by Nada at 7 pm
And for you nibblers:
Lemon2Go or Sandbar – directly across the street from Saltmills Plaza – both are the ‘happening’ hangouts in Provo in Grace Bay