Grace Bay Club in Turks and Caicos recently unveiled the first pop-up restaurant in the Caribbean. Stix on Grace Bay, located directly on the award-winning Grace Bay beach, offers ‘everything on a stick’ and boasts innovative, hyper-local cuisine complemented by a variety of Rosé wines and creative cocktails in an open-air environment.
With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away, the cocktail connoisseurs at Grace Bay Club’s ‘Stix on Grace Bay’ have whipped up a festive concoction that is simple to replicate at home and is sure to make your significant other swoon. The Rosé Crush showcases a Minuty Rosé and incorporates fresh fruits, offering a sweet finale to your Valentine’s Day celebration.
2 Scoops of Crushed Ice
2 Shots of Rosé Wine (Minuty is used at Stix on Grace Bay but other Rosés will also work)
1 Shot of Orange Juice
1 Shot of Cranberry Juice or Raspberry Juice
Fresh Cranberries, Fresh Raspberries and Fresh Mint to Garnish
Add crushed ice to a martini glass.
Pour 2 shots of Rose and 1 shot each of orange and cranberry or raspberry juice in a mixer and shake.
Pour over ice and garnish with cranberries, raspberries and a sprig of mint
GRACE BAY CLUB INTRODUCES FIRST POP-UP RESTAURANT IN THE CARIBBEAN, STIX ON GRACE BAY
Beachfront Dining Concept Offers ‘Everything on a Stick’ and Extensive Rosé Wine List
Providenciales, Turks and Caicos – Grace Bay Club, the first five-star luxury hotel in Providenciales, is excited to announce a new pop-up restaurant and bar concept located directly on the award-winning Grace Bay Beach. Stix on Grace Bay, which will offer ‘everything on a stick’, boasts innovative, hyper-local cuisine complemented by a variety of Rosé wines and creative cocktails in an open-air environment. The beachfront pop-up is the latest culinary offering by the pioneering hotel group behind the longest beach bar in the Caribbean, the world-renowned Infiniti Bar.
Guests will enjoy unique food and wine pairings at the 30-foot-long communal table while taking in the sunset on colorful stools directly on the beach. Characteristic of the Caribbean lifestyle, the main bar will be located under a palm tree thatch hut. The lounge area featuring oversized sofas in a mix of orange, purple and white provides unobstructed views of the ocean, while Caribbean music and subtle lighting set the mood for a relaxed and luxurious experience.
Situated in an informal yet sophisticated setting, Stix on Grace Bay will offer a variety of savory handmade skewers as well as sweet treats. Menu highlights include Lobster Cocktail on a Stick with Tangy Citrus Aioli and Chili Garlic Crumbs; Grilled Lion Fish with Pickled Carrots and Roasted Coriander Seeds; Jerk Roasted Corn on the Cob with Grace Bay Coconut; and Spicy Sambal Beef Skewer with Scallions and Rum-Soaked Pineapple. Guests with a sweet touch can enjoy a Pina Colada Popsicle, Frozen Banana Rama with Caramel and Marshmallows, or Tropical Fruit Stix with Bailey’s Chocolate Dip. Additionally, Stix offers an exceptional selection of internationally acclaimed Rosé wines as the signature libation.
“We have always felt that one of our greatest resources at Grace Bay Club was our access to the world-class Grace Bay Beach, so we are thrilled to open Stix on Grace Bay in this unparalleled location,” says Nikheel Advani, Chief Operating Officer & Principal, Grace Bay Resorts. “Chef Wolfgang von Wieser and our culinary team have created an innovative menu using the freshest ingredients that will truly wow our guests, and Stix is further testament to how we are constantly redefining service in the Caribbean and providing our guests with new, exciting reasons to return to Providenciales.”
Stix on Grace Bay will open December 20 from 11am to 10pm daily as a limited 6-month pop-up restaurant. Stix will close in July 2013.
For more information on Grace Bay Club, please visit www.gracebayclub.com