Grace Bay Market is a small retail complex in the Grace Bay area. The site is home to the Turks Kebab and Pork Shack restaurants, as well as several smaller shops and refreshment establishments. Like many of the tourism-related retail plazas in the Turks and Caicos, Grace Bay Market features an open-air layout, with several small buildings and huts.
Fronting Grace Bay Market is a giant Adirondack chair. This conspicuous piece of furniture was originally made to promote the Windvibes water sports competition, which was once held on Long Bay Beach.
Alverna’s Craft Market, which was once a small collection of hexagonal huts that sold arts, crafts, and painted Haitian sheet metal sculptures, has been incorporated into Grace Bay Market, and no longer exists.
The complex is becoming a great spot for casual dining. Onsite are three restaurants. Turks Kebab serves Turkish, Greek, and Mediterranean fare in a casual outdoor setting. Pork Shack offers a menu of budget-minded and take-out options, including wings, sandwiches, tacos, and more. Provoli Pizza is a new pizzeria serving classic italian takes on pizza.
Nearby and Walking Distances
Grace Bay Market is located on Allegro Road, on the inland southern side of the Grace Bay region of Providenciales. Within a five-minute walk are Ports of Call Resort, Seven Stars resort, Graceway Gourmet, and Neptune Plaza.
Free parking is available onsite at Grace Bay Market. Ample spaces are located to the rear of the complex.
Located in Grace Bay
Grace Bay is located on the central northern side of Providenciales, and is the center of tourism, upscale shopping, and dining in the Turks and Caicos. World-famous Grace Bay Beach borders this region, and many of the island’s resorts and hotels are located in the area.