Caribbean Tourism

Places to Eat - Grand Turk

The best restaurants & bars are at the hotels. The Poop Deck is a tiny bar. Set back from the road in the centre of town by the sea, local food and hamburgers at lunchtime, chicken and chips in the evenings. Regal Begal serves local food, on the road north of town on the west side of North Creek, a favourite lunch place.


The outdoor Salt Raker Inn is recommended for good food and pleasant company. It is a popular meeting place and fills up on Wed and Sun barbecue nights when Mitch, from Blue Water Divers, plays the guitar and sings. For local food and lunch specials try Touch of Class on the road south out of town, a/c, TV, bar, filling, tasty portions. The Turks Head Inn is a gathering place with a friendly bar and good food. Water’s Edge, T9461680 is run by Dave and Jan and offers a very cheerful, informal atmosphere for lunch and dinner with ample portions served and a reasonably-priced menu, lots of conch. Mitch entertains here on Saturday. Scooter rental available. Peanut’s snack bar at the airport. Hot snacks, peanuts and drinks.


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