Grace Bay Club in Turks & Caicos Adds Pop-Up Restaurant (VIDEO)

jars at grace bay clubGrace Bay Club in Turks & Caicos has announced the addition of the new pop-up restaurant Jars on Grace Bay

In this new culinary concept, the entire food and beverage menu is served in jars of various shapes and sizes. The open-air restaurant is on Grace Bay Beach and serves local cuisine complimented by rosé wines, punches and cocktails. 

Jars is the second pop-up dining experience to arrive at Grace Bay Club, just one year after Stix on Grace Bay, now making an encore appearance at West Bay Club.

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Jars has a 30 foot communal table with colorful stools for guts to enjoy the cuisine, rum punches and cocktails. The main bar is set under a palm tree thatch hut and a lounge area offers oversized sofas and Caribbean background music. 

Menu highlights include Chilled Yellow and Red Tomato Gazpacho with Manchego Scone; Spiny Lobster Ramen with Ginger Pasta & Snow Peas in Sesame Broth; Malaysian Fried Rice with Red Chili Egg, Spring Onion and Dungeness Crab; Coconut Pana Cotta; and Island Ice Cream Cassata.

The cocktail selection includes Minty Cherry Fizz, a sparkling cocktail with cherry beer and crush mint, and the Torrontes Mojito, a bold island-inspired blend of rum, lime, mint and topped with Torrontes Wine, as well as a selection of refreshing rosé wines and in-house flavored rums.

The restaurant is now open daily, from 11am to 6pm. 

Visit www.gracebayclub.com 

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