Grace Bay Club Unveils New Pop-Up Restaurant, Kone

Grace Bay Club, a five-star luxury hotel in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos recently announced the opening of its new pop-up restaurant, Kone. 

Located directly on Grace Bay Beach, the latest culinary concept features a playful menu of contemporary dishes served in cones, complemented by an assortment of creative cocktails.
 
Kone is the fourth pop-up dining experience to arrive at Grace Bay Club. The limited-edition eatery follows the success of Biere et Boules in 2015 and the original Stix, which now operates as a permanent dining venue at Grace Bay Club’s sister property, West Bay Club.
 
Curated by Wolfgang von Wieser, group director of food and beverage for Grace Bay Resorts, the innovative menu offers a unique perspective on contemporary Caribbean cuisine and exciting combinations of fresh fish, local spices and comfort foods with a twist.  

Menu highlights include Turks & Caicos Lobster, Spicy Ahi Tuna Tartare with Juicy Pear, Avocado Chicken Salad with Peppered Ricotta and Prime Angus Beef with Polenta Fries.

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Guests with an insatiable sweet tooth can indulge in Valrhona Chocolate Mousse with Fresh Raspberries and Grand Marnier Rice Pudding with Candied Orange and Cinnamon Raisins. Additionally, Kone offers an exceptional selection of local and international beers, wines and cocktails, including Spiked Sangria, Tips Arnold Palmer, Provo Swizzle and Blueberry Lemonade. 
 
The restaurant space, which is updated each year to reflect the new concept, features refined décor and an open-air layout to take in the natural beauty of Grace Bay Beach. The bar is situated within a palm-tree-leaf thatched hut adjacent to a lounge area with oversized sofas, where guests can enjoy cuisine and cocktails, all while admiring ocean views.

Kone is open daily from 11 a.m. to sunset through November.

Visit www.gracebayclub.com.

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