The majority of visitors come to Turks and Caicos to relax and escape from the hustle and bustle of their everyday lives. With that being said, for a lot of people, relaxing doesn’t come easy without a warm cup of joe in hand – aka a steaming hot coffee.
If you’re looking for some spots to grab your next jolt of java, here are some local Turks and Caicos coffee cafes you can visit on your next trip to Provo:
Lemon 2 Go – Grace Bay
Lemon 2 Go is known for their lattes & cappuccinos. The baristas take their coffee art VERY seriously; coffee is freshly made and expertly prepared using specially shipped beans. Lemon 2 Go uses local bakeries for fresh pastries, and the sandwiches and other snacks are made fresh on site each day.
The coffee shop is located next to Flowers by EA – so if you’re looking to grab a lovely bouquet of flowers for your villa during your stay, then this is a two-punch stop you won’t want to miss. With an outdoor sitting area adjacent to the road and shops of the Salt Mills complex, it’s a great place for some people-watching.
Caicos Café – Grace Bay
Caicos café is known for their mean espresso, in addition to their fine array of pastries and temptations. If you’re looking for a sweet treat during your Turks and Caicos vacation, than this café will be perfect for you.
Graceway Gourmet – Grace Bay
Graceway Gourmet has quickly become a central stopping point for coffee and lunch. They offer freshly brewed REUNION ISLAND coffee & ROM CAFE ESPRESSO. They also sell iced cafes, cappuccinos, lattes, fresh green juices, AND smoothies! It’s also a great place to stock up on your own DIY coffee supplies of locally roasted coffee beans so you can make a fresh pot of coffee back at your villa.
Shay’s Café + Lounge – Grace Bay
Shay’s Cafe is a great place for your morning coffee, a full breakfast, and even lunch. You can tackle it all in one stop at this Shay’s Café. The vanilla chai latte and oatmeal raisin coffee is a perfect combination if you’re in the mood for some comfort food.