One event that is a must-do while vacationing on Turks and Caicos is the Thursday night Fish Fry. Just a short cab ride away, discover the true flavor of the island with some of the best local tastes in town. Tastes of the town Island specialties such as jerk chicken, conch fritters, just-caught fish and an array of fresh seafood are cooked on the spot by small vendors. Popular options are Froggies on Da Beach, Blue Hills Native Cuisine, Uncle Dough’s, Hole in the Wall and Middle Caicos Café among others.
Wine lovers and gourmands are in for a treat at The Somerset’s new sunset wine pairing. Each Wednesday at approximately 5:45 p.m. (depending on time of year), guests are invited to join us on the beachfront Estate Lawn for hors d’oeuvres and wine as the sun begins to set over Grace Bay. O’Soleil’s Wine Steward, Venroy Brown, will guide you through five different wines as he presents them with bites of Caribbean cuisine prepared by our chef. A perfect follow up to the Wine Paring would be a memorable dinner at O’Soleil Restaurant, located beside the croquet lawn. Available for a fee, the Sunset Wine Pairing is open to the first 24 guests who sign up. Photos courtesy My Beautiful Adventures.
If you’re not able to be in Augusta this weekend, the next best thing is watching the pros putt from our piece of paradise. And we’re putting a Somerset spin on the viewing party to make it fun. Golf fanatics will be able to watch the 2013 Masters Tournament without foregoing Turks and Caicos sunshine and cocktails. On Sunday, April 14, 2013, The Somerset on Grace Bay invites you to The Pearl Bar at O’Soleil Restaurant to watch the final round of the famous Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia. Bar menu selections and drink specials will be available, and if you need a break, you are just steps from our stunning infinity pool or Grace Bay beach.