or casual alfresco dining with stunning views over the picturesque Grace Bay Beach, The Deck at Seven Stars may be just the place for you.
As its name suggests, this unique restaurant is perched on an outdoor deck at the Seven Stars resort, located in Grace Bay. To add to its island ambience, The Deck at Seven Stars is surrounded by lush palm trees and lined with umbrellas providing adequate shade for its patrons, which is particularly useful during the warm summer months.
The Deck is open for both lunch and dinner daily, and the restaurant offers an expansive menu that caters to a wide variety of travelers. Whether you’re in search of a healthy meal, something on the heartier side, a light snack, or a vegetarian or vegan option, you’re sure to find something on the menu to suit your tastes. The Deck also has a dedicated children’s menu, making it a viable option for those traveling with young children.
The meals at The Deck take inspiration from flavors local to the Turks and Caicos and the Caribbean region at large, with menu offerings that include succulent reef fish ceviche, pan-fried grouper, blackened mahi mahi, and fish battered in the popular local Turks Head beer and served with a side of fries. There are a number of international dishes on offer as well, such as Thai green chicken curry, and vegetable or chicken masala. Each Sunday evening, The Deck also offers a beachside barbecue buffet, complete with live music.
While dining at The Deck, you’ll also have a wide variety of options to choose from when it comes to refreshments. The restaurant’s cocktail menu includes classics such as mojitos, daiquiris, margaritas, pina coladas and Aperol spritz. You’ll also find a number of signature cocktails, the local Turk’s Head beer on tap (which include light, lager, and seasonal options), imported beers, and wines—served either by the bottle or by the glass.
A selection of rums, whiskey, gin, and vodka are also available. For those who prefer not to imbibe, you’ll also find a variety of soft drinks as well as tasty non-alcoholic cocktails.
If you have a sweet tooth, The Deck’s dessert options are sure to tempt you. Patrons can choose from warm pineapple upside down cake, key lime pie, and passion fruit cheesecake, just to name a few. These can be paired with a cup of coffee, tea, or even a cordial.
Perhaps the most appealing part of a dining experience at The Deck is the chance to have a decadent dinner—or even just a few refreshing drinks—while basking in the glow of a warm and stunning Turks and Caicos sunset. As these sunset views are quite popular among both locals and visitors, reservations are highly recommended.
Seven Stars Resort is ideally situated in the heart of the tourism hub of Grace Bay. On-site parking is available, as is transportation via taxi from all of the major hotels on Providenciales.