Prices shown are inclusive of tax. Gratuity is not included and is appreciated by staff. This venue charges Service Charge (10%) and Government Tourism Tax (12%).
The bar at Skull Rock Cantina.
Popular among visitors with families and those looking for something a little more exotic than the traditional island fare, the Tex Mex restaurant Skull Rock Cantina is conveniently situated in Ports of Call plaza in Grace Bay.
Due to its ideal location just a short walk away from many resorts on the main Grace Bay strip, an extensive menu, and extended operation hours, Skull Rock Cantina is the perfect place to stop in when looking for a casual bite to eat or a refreshing margarita.
A bright and festive interior greets you upon entering the eatery, and the atmosphere is often lively with the restaurant offering live music on certain evenings. The Skull Rock staff are friendly and attentive, and the option of al fresco dining allows guests to enjoy some people-watching from the plaza, or to tuck into a cozy booth indoors.
A burrito at Skull Rock Cantina.
The menu is designed to please even the pickiest of palates, offering up small bites like chips and queso, as well as generous portions of fajitas, burritos, enchiladas. If Tex Mex isn’t up your alley, you’ll also find a burger, chicken sandwich, and fish and chips on the menu. For a lighter meal, Skull Rock’s salads and wraps are also a hit with many.
If you’re looking for a late morning breakfast or brunch option and feel like treating yourself, make sure to try one of the restaurant’s hearty breakfast options. Breakfast is served all day until late at night at Skull Rock, with menu items that include huevos rancheros and the option to build your own breakfast burrito. Everything on the breakfast menu is not only tasty, but also filling—the perfect start to a day of hitting the beach and exploring the island.
Whether you want breakfast, lunch, or dinner, Skull Rock also offers takeout so you have the option to enjoy your meal from the comfort of your hotel room or villa.
As the old adage goes, it’s five o’clock somewhere—and Skull Rock’s bar opens at 10am daily, serving ice-cold beers, cocktails, margaritas, and wine all day. Sip a daiquiri (with or without a splash of rum) from a souvenir glass while exploring Grace Bay, or take it to the beach. After all, Grace Bay Beach—consistently voted among the top beaches in the world—is right across the road from Ports of Call Plaza.
Ports of Call is a shopping plaza located in Grace Bay. There's a range of bars, restaurants and shops located here, and the site has whimsical pirate-themed statues and decorations. Close by is One Season Plaza, and Caicos Café Plaza.