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Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar

Grace Bay Club, 38 Bonaventure Crescent, Grace Bay, Providenciales
Infiniti Restaurant and Raw Bar at dusk
The elegant ambiance at Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar.

Nestled steps away from Grace Bay Beach is the picturesque Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar, located at the upscale resort Grace Bay Club. Infiniti is known for being a gourmet restaurant that offers a scenic and relaxed atmosphere for dinner or Happy Hour cocktails.

Infiniti has a unique and extensive menu with enough options to satisfy any craving. Dinner menu options include small plates like the crispy jumbo soft-shell crab and heritage baby beets salad. The menu also consists of a wide selection of salads and veggie dishes that include a kale salad as well as charred broccoli paired with a pistachio vinaigrette. Meanwhile, a popular larger dish at Infiniti is the fresh catch of the day. Infiniti also offers nightly specials known as Butcher’s Pride. Whether the craving is for a prime strip steak or a chargrilled lamb rack, Infiniti’s kitchen staff specialize in meat dishes carefully prepared to impress the most discerning diner.

But Infiniti is also known for its several vegetarian and vegan options. The menu features twists on local classics, such as the young coconut ceviche. Guests can also choose larger plates that feature tofu, eggplant, and cauliflower as their base ingredients. Using international flavors combined with the finesse of Caribbean style, these dishes provide a mouthwatering experience from the first bite. For the kids, there are a range of options to satisfy even the pickiest eaters, including mini pizzas, chicken tenders, spaghetti, fish fingers, and a classic peanut butter sandwich with a choice of strawberry or grape jam.

Above: The culinary team at Infiniti Restaurant & Raw Bar.   Top right:  Top left:  Infiniti serves a wide menu, from steaks and seafood, to vegetarian and vegan dishes.   Bottom right:  Top right:  Seafood at Infiniti varies according to the season, and also what the local catch may be.  

A Dining Experience

Couple at Infiniti Bar at sunset
Infiniti is an exceptional place for drinks or dining.

Dinner at Infiniti is designed to be more than a meal. Rather, the restaurant provides an experience similar to flipping through the chapters of a story, with each dish designed to complement what precedes and follows. Case in point: The sweet dishes are referred to on the menu as “The Final Chapter.” Dessert options include key lime pie, chocolate mousse, crème brulee, and a Provo Fresh Coconut Butterscotch Tart. Additionally, there is a Chocolate Gourmandize that features shaved banana coupled with chocolate salt and vanilla ice cream. The flavor combination encompassed in this dish is so intricate that it takes up to 15 minutes to prepare, but it is certainly worth the wait. “The Final Chapter” also includes a Caribbean Rum and Chocolate Flight. This dessert consists of a flight of three rums (from Barbados, Guatemala, and Antigua), paired with three handmade chocolates that come together to create a sweet, warm, and memorable concoction.

The Infiniti Bar

Infiniti Bar at the Grace Bay Club
Grace Bay Beach a perfect backdrop to the restaurant.

Meanwhile, Infiniti’s cocktail menu includes drinks designed to whet the palate before dinner as well as after-dinner cocktails. Guests can start with an Aperol Spritz and finish off the evening with a Coconut White Russian or Tito’s Espresso Martini. The restaurant also offers its own signature cocktails that include the spicy Jalapeno Margarita. Guests who prefer something sweet may opt for the Watermelon Crush or Infiniti’s Signature Mai Tai. The menu also features a variety of beer, gin, tequila, whiskey, and cognac for guests who prefer something on the rocks or a smooth addition to a mixed drink. Finally, Infiniti’s drinks menu includes an extensive wine collection. With featured wines from Italy, California, Spain, South Africa, Argentina, France, Australia, and New Zealand, the bar’s wide selection of wines ensure that every visit brings a new flavor.

Perhaps the most intriguing offering at Infiniti is its popular Infiniti Bar. At an impressive 90 feet, it is the longest bar in the Caribbean and the first infinity-edge bar in the world. The bar snacks at the Infiniti Bar are extremely popular with Happy Hour guests, including the conch fritters, truffle fries, and mushroom tartare. Meanwhile, raw bar options include sushi, conch ceviche, and sashimi. To finish off a meal, one can choose between a selection of cheeses, or even s’mores. The Infiniti bar also caters to those who appreciate a cigar after dinner. Choices include Cohibo Tubos, Cohibo Behike, and Montecristo Eagle.

Dessert at Infiniti restaurant
Like the dinner menu, the dessert menu varies as the chefs at Infiniti develop new dishes.

Infiniti is a particularly popular spot on weekends. A reservation is recommended for restaurant patrons, but those who simply want to visit the bar are likely to find seating somewhere along the 90-foot bar or the cozy surrounding seating area that features fire pits for cooler evenings.

Located at Grace Bay Club

The expansive and exclusive Grace Bay Club is found in the center of the world-famous Grace Bay Beach. This luxury retreat features several pools and restaurants, as well as an impressive array of room and outdoor amenities.