Best Coffee Shops In Turks And Caicos – Grace Bay Beach

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A good cup of coffee is an essential part of your morning ritual, even when you're miles away from home. The coffee shops in Turks and Caicos will get your vacation days started on the right foot.

In this light and breezy read, we'll take you to the best coffee shops in Turks and Caicos to grab that perfect cup. These popular coffee shops in Grace Bay will feel just like your favorite cafes back home. From sit down and relax to quick grab and go options, there’s something for every coffee lover in Grace Bay.

Popular Coffee Shops In Grace Bay

While Providenciales offers a variety of places to grab a coffee, the three coffee shops we're highlighting in this section stand out for their popularity and general cute coffee shop vibes. If you're looking for that triple shot, venti, half sweet, non fat, caramel macchiato to kickstart a day at the beach, these are the coffee shops for you.

Lemon2Go

We couldn't agree more with Lemon2Go's motto: “People are willing to accept a lot of change on vacation, but bad coffee is not one of them.”

If you're strolling around Grace Bay and find yourself in need of a quality cup of coffee, this is your spot. It's not just about the coffee at Lemon2Go, this cute coffee shop has a laid back vibe, complete with an outdoor garden area that's perfect for sipping your drink and people watching.

Location: Lemon2Go is right across the street from Saltmills Plaza on Grace Bay Road. It's within walking distance of many hotels in the Grace Bay Area, so getting that caffeine fix before hitting the beach is quick and convenient.

Lemon2Go stands out for its commitment to quality coffee and a welcoming, trendy vibe. They offer a wide range of coffee options, from standard drip coffee to specialized brews. If you're hungry, they've also got a fantastic menu of light bites that are perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch.

The coffee shop shares its space with Flowers by EA, adding a floral touch to your coffee experience. Plus, Flowers by EA has a selection of cute gifts and cards, making it a one stop shop for a little retail therapy while waiting for your brew.

The shared space of lemon2go and Flowers By EA. A long dark wood high table with two rustic stools are surround by large draping feathers and flowers creating a moody atmosphere.

And the part we LOVE most about lemon2Go? If you've taken a puppy for a walk on the beach from Potcake Place K9 Rescue, Lemon2Go is the place to be! It's puppy friendly, so you can cool off in the shade with your adorable furry friend right on their patio. It's the perfect pit stop for both you and your four legged companion!


Beans And Leaves By Island Brew

If you're a fan of specialty coffee and a cozy atmosphere, Beans and Leaves is your go-to spot in Grace Bay. The place has a modern vibe, with a mix of dark walls and warm wooden accents that make it a great place to relax and enjoy your drink.

Location: You'll find Beans and Leaves in Regent Village, right in the heart of Grace Bay. It's an easy walk or quick bike ride from most hotels in the area, making your morning coffee run a breeze.

Beans and Leaves offers an extensive coffee menu that caters to all kinds of coffee lovers. From espressos to cappuccinos, they've got something for everyone. But coffee isn't the only star here; they also serve freshly brewed teas, smoothies, and a variety of bubble teas.

Feeling peckish? Their pastry selection is a bit different from what you might expect. Alongside the usual coffee shop fare like croissants, they offer unique Filipino-inspired treats. For something more filling, check out their freshly made Paninis and pre made sandwiches.

A menu sign board outside beans and Leaves, a coffee shop in Turks and Caicos.

One more thing that caught our eye: the outdoor seating area is perfect for some Grace Bay people-watching. If you've got some time, why not enjoy an ice cold frappe and take in the local scene?


Shay Cafe

Shay Cafe is a bright and open space in Grace Bay that offers a comfortable setting for your morning coffee or a casual bite. With both indoor and outdoor seating, you can enjoy the island breeze or stay cool inside.

Location: Shay Cafe is situated at Le Vele Plaza in the central area of Grace Bay. It's within walking distance of popular shopping and art galleries, including The Saltmills, Regent Village, and Grace Bay Plaza. This makes it a convenient pit stop for your morning coffee.

Shay Cafe has an extensive drink menu featuring organic teas, custom fruit smoothies, and a variety of coffee options to suit any preference. And for those with a sweet tooth, keep an eye out for their freshly baked goods. From cookies and muffins to the occasional gelato, it's the perfect coffee shop in Turks and Caicos to indulge in a little treat.

What stands out at Shay Cafe is the variety on their menu. You can start your day with breakfast options like sandwiches, omelettes, or crepes. But the cafe isn't just for early risers, they also offer a range of lunch items including wraps and small pizzas.

A cup of coffee in Turks and Caicos at Shay Cafe
Photo source: Shay Cafe

Other Grab And Go Coffee Shops In Grace Bay

Not feeling the sit down coffee shop vibe, but still want to have that morning pick me up? Don't worry, you can quickly grab a good cup of gourmet coffee in the heart of Grace Bay.

The coffee shop at Graceway Gourmet in Turks and Caicos
Photo Source: Graceway Gourmet

Graceway Gourmet Java Bar

If you're doing some grocery shopping at Graceway Gourmet, their coffee bar is a convenient spot that's often overlooked as a coffee shop in Turks and Caicos, making it a great option for a quick grab and go.

Location: Located on Allegro Road, Graceway Gourmet is the main grocery store in Grace Bay. The coffee counter is right inside, making it a quick and easy stop.

While it may be inside a grocery store, the coffee bar at Graceway Gourmet doesn't skimp on options. They offer all the usual specialty coffees, along with smoothies and juices. And if you're in the mood for a quick bite, they have a selection of muffins and other pastries.

There's also a courtyard just outside the grocery store where you can sit and enjoy your drink, making it a pleasant early morning spot for a coffee break.


TCI Coffee Roasters

If you're a coffee enthusiast who loves to go local, Providenciales is home to TCI Coffee Roasters, a local coffee roaster that specializes in gourmet coffee blends. You can find their products in various shops around the island, so you're never too far from a quality cup.

TCI Coffee Roasters uses only organic, sustainably sourced beans that carry proper certification. So not only do you get a great cup of coffee, but you can also feel good about where it came from.

You'll find many of the coffee shops in Turks and Caicos use TCI Coffee Roasters.

TCI coffee roasters logo is a white background with roasterd beans around a circle logo that states the brand name.

The light pink Starbucks Coffee shop in Turks and Caicos is located on Grand Turk, the cruise ship port of Turks and Caicos. It's the cutest little Caribbean cottage in light pink with the name in gold and the green mermaid logo on the side with white awnings.
Photo source: Starbucks

Is There Starbucks In Turks And Caicos

The short answer is no, but with one exception on Grand Turk. While you won't find a Starbucks on Providenciales or the other islands in Turks and Caicos, Grand Turk, the cruise ship port, welcomed the islands' first Starbucks in 2019.

So, if you're cruising into Grand Turk, you can get your Starbucks fix right at the port. But if you're staying on Providenciales or any of the other islands, you won't find the familiar green mermaid logo.

However, don't fret, coffee lovers! The local coffee shops in Turks and Caicos we've highlighted offer fantastic brews that might just make you forget about your usual Starbucks order.

The Last Drop

While you won't find a Starbucks in Grace Bay, you're far from out of options when it comes to getting a quality cup of joe in Turks and Caicos.

From cozy local cafes to the island's very own coffee roaster, there's something here for every coffee aficionado. And the best part? Many of these spots are just a short walk or quick bike ride from where you're staying.

So go ahead, explore these local coffee shops in Turks and Caicos and start your island mornings right. Who knows, you might just find your new favorite coffee shop in Turks and Caicos!

Grab your coffee and let's go shopping! Check out our article on Shopping in Turks and Caicos to discover the best places to shop while sipping on your coffee.

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