Caribbean Tourism

Places to Eat - Middle Caicos

Canned foods and sodas are available from the few small stores in Conch Bar and fresh food arrives weekly on the ferry from Provo. However, it is advisable to bring your own food. Annie Taylor is known for her cooking and runs a restaurant on demand in her house.


Johnson’s Bar is open in Conch Bar most afternoons and evenings for cold beer, dominoes and music. T&J Boutique in Conch Bar has ice creams, cold drinks and fried chicken on Fri.


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Places to Eat - Grand Turk

The best restaurants & bars are at the hotels. The Poop Deck at front street grand turk is a tiny bar. Set back from the road in the...

Places to Eat - North Caicos

Simple local restaurants include Club Titter’s Restaurant and Bar, near the airport, and Marina View on Kew Rd, very simple, not always...

Places to Eat - Providenciales

Turtle Cove: Banana Boat, Phone: (649) 941-5706, Fax: (649) 941-3771. Dockside at Turtle Cove marina, Caribbean bar and grill, colourful,...

Places to Eat - South Caicos

Love’s has local dishes. Café Columbus, T9463245. For drinks and conversation with English bartender, Jack, good selection of beer, frozen...

Food & Drink

Good, moderate to expensive meals in restaurants and bars are good quality. Watch out for specials with no posted prices. The local beer is...

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,...

Places to Eat - Middle Caicos

Canned foods and sodas are available from the few small stores in Conch Bar and fresh food arrives weekly on the ferry from Provo. However...