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5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

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5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Going to TCI, next week, with my wife for a 5 night getaway. Which restaurants are a must? Will most likely have breakfast in our condo and make a trip or two to Las Brisas, for lunch. Plan on going out all five nights.

Thanks!

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1. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

DR. VICKI & I just did this 3 months ago for a 5 nighter. Here's where we had dinner in no order::: :CoCo Bistro, Caicos Cafe, Bay Bistro, Le Bouchon and BACI. DR. JIM

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2. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Bugaloo's for lunch. I could hang out on their deck all day.

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3. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

I like Dr. Jim's list, if you want a local vibe Mr. Grouper's is great and the coconut grouper is excellent.

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4. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Magnolia (must make a reservation at all), Bay Bistro, Beach House, Coyaba all good

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5. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

...make a trip or two to Las Brisas, for lunch....just remember, Las Brisas is closed on Tuesdays. Have a wonderful time.

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6. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Magnolia's

Bay Bistro

Coco Bistro

Le Bouchon

new Pavilion at Somerset(former head chef from Beach House and Parallel 23)

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7. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Mango Reef is a great choice for casual Oceanside dining and very reasonable, agree with all of the above too!

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8. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Fun question, here's my 5:

Coco bistro

Caicos cafe

Bay bistro

Mango reef

Da conch shack (preferably on a live music night)

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9. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

I like your list jsrco! The only addition I would make would be Seaside Cafe at Ocean Club West....really, really good and not as expensive as some.

Have a great trip!

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10. Re: 5 NIghts - 5 Restaurants ?

Anyone keeping score for the OP? Here's my list in order of host coolness

Caicos Café - Great great food all around especially seafood. Two good looking hosts!

Le Bouchon - Best steak on the island. underrated gem in the village. French but friendly hosts!

Seaside - Perhaps the most underrated. Ex Coco Bistro chef. Fantastic Peruvian conch salad, lobster risotto, Tuna Sashimi. French but French Canadian host!

Bay Bistro - All sorts of island classics like the tuna and the pecan conch. If Clive wears shorts, drop a notch

Coco Bistro - Love the lobster dishes (tacos, grilled) lately and more. Host Steve not my type.

5 Lunches: Flamigos, Bugaloos, Las Brisas, Hemingways, Garam Masala (Yes Indian, but delicious is delicious)