Grace Bay Club Debuts Pop-Up Beach Restaurant

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Talk about dining with a view: We hear Grace Bay Club in Turks and Caicos has debuted a new pop-up restaurant and bar concept situated directly on Grace Bay Beach.

Aptly named, Stix on Grace Bay will serve a menu of stick-based items (perfect for beach dining, we say). Think Lobster cocktail on a stick with tangy citrus aioli and chili garlic crumbs; grilled lion fish with pickled carrots and roasted coriander seeds; or jerk roasted corn on the cob with Grace Bay coconut. The cuisine will be complemented by a variety of Rosé wines and cocktails. 

Guests will enjoy food and wine pairings at the 30-foot-long communal table. The main bar sits under a palm tree thatch hut. 

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Stix began welcoming customers on December 20 and will run through July.

For more information visit www.gracebayclub.com.

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