For wonderfully traditional Italian food, this restaurant, which is a converted private house set one block back from the beach, is elevated so that diners may enjoy ocean breezes and views of Grace Bay. Ground level is their intimate pizza place, offering one of the only authentic wood-oven pizzas on island. (Your children will love the Nutella calzones for dessert.) You sit in the gardens, which are threaded with fairy lights at night. Veal, fish, and chicken dishes are made with fresh herbs and wine-cream sauces, olive oil, and lemon butter. One of the best dishes on the menu is the Vitello Boscaiola, topped with portobello mushrooms in a Marsala sauce and served with a side of homemade pasta. It’s absolutely delicious. If lobster Fra Diavolo is not on the menu, ask for it. But be warned: it's hot. There’s also a three-course prix-fixe menu for less than $35, consisting of the appetizer, a main dish, and a bite-size dessert.
The Glass House, Grace Bay Rd., Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands