For restaurant reservations and other inquiries call: 649 946 8877
Voted as “One of the World’s Best Beach Restaurants” by the BBC, “One of the World’s Top Beach Bars” by CNN and named “the ideal spot” by the NY Times, the secret is out! Da Conch Shack is where it’s at. A perennial favorite of tourists, visitors and locals alike, da Conch Shack is the Turks and Caicos answer to the ideal beach bar; delicious rum punch, tasty seafood and gorgeous views of the beautiful turquoise waters and white sands of the Turks.
Hungry? Why not try conch……they have every variety to please your palate. You can have your conch curried, cracked or fried. Try the scrumptious conch fritters, conch creole or coconut conch stew for a true taste of the Tropics! Or try the Jerk Chicken, Lobster Curry or Butter Poached Curry Shrimp for something more spicy and exotic. Finish with the decadent World Famous Rum Cake, while you get boozy with rum punch, Conch Knocker shots or Turks Head Beer.
Want something a little different? da Conch Shack also boasts dishes such as Johnny Fries (fries drizzled with black bean and local pepper gravy, and seasoned with famous Turks and Caicos salt), a side of plantains, or Grouper with Tropical Salsa.
The Island’s best beach party and live music every Wednesday 7pm.
Please also note that da Conch Shack also has options for vegetarians, vegans and children. Chicken fingers and mac and cheese are available for the little ones and salads, rice and peas are available for the non-carnivores. da Conch Shack enjoys such a favorable reputation because it is an enjoyable place to eat for everyone.
Always a little unique and eclectic, da Conch Shack has an old boat full of conch shells in its parking lot and T-shirts with a pirate’s skull and crossbones are available for purchase.
Driving Directions to get there:
Turn towards Blue Hills on the Downtown roundabout. Turn right at FIRST ROAD ON YOUR RIGHT (about 1/4 mile) and you should see Blue Hills Beach. The road will bend to the left, look for da Conch Shack sign on the beach side. Parking lot has an old boat full of conch shells in front of it.