Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands – Island dignitaries and representatives from Seven Stars Resort & Spa took part in a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the resort’s newest restaurant venue — The Farm Restaurant, set to open in the first quarter of 2023. In attendance to help mark the occasion were:
- Honourable Josephine Olivia Connelly, Minister of Tourism, Agriculture, Fisheries, Heritage & the Environment
- Wilhelmina Kissoonsingh, Director of Agriculture
- Cherylann Jones, PS for the Ministry of Tourism, Environment, Heritage, and Culture Yves Boulet, TDMG
- Ken Patterson, CEO of Seven Stars Resort & Spa
- Robin Janse, EAM Food & Beverage, Seven Stars Resort & Spa
- Edwin Gallardo, Executive Chef, Seven Stars Resort & Spa
The new restaurant concept, which will be located on the corner of Grace Bay Road, just west of the Seven Stars Resort entrance, will showcase a collection of chef-curated herbs, greens and produce grown and managed by the culinary team in its on-site Freight Farm hydroponic farm.
Featuring garden-style seating and a standalone bar, the restaurant will feature ingredients harvested daily from the hydroponic farm, offering its own island version of garden-to-fork dining. With a focus on fresh and healthy options, The Farm Restaurant will be open for healthy breakfast options, lunch with a fast-casual menu of grab-and-go selections, and a more elaborate dinner service.
Using the Freight Farm hydroponic container farm, Seven Stars Resort & Spa, Grace Bay is the first resort to self-manage and grow its own produce. The result: a culinary experience that includes hand-grown and harvested ingredients rich with flavour, texture, and colour. The Farm Restaurant is scheduled to open during the first quarter of 2023, with hiring to begin in the coming weeks.
About Seven Stars Resort & Spa
Named for the storied Pleiades constellation, which is said to shine brightest over Turks and Caicos, Seven Stars Resort & Spa’s attentive and highly personalized guest service, innovative offerings, and exceptional accommodations and amenities have made it one of the Caribbean’s most iconic, top-ranked luxury resorts. Following a $12 million capital improvements program in 2019, the resort’s offerings now include two oceanfront heated salt-water pools, a third children’s pool, and a full redesign of its lobby and 167 spacious and luxuriously appointed junior, one-, two- and three-bedroom suites with private balconies, stylish furnishings, and gourmet kitchens. The resort is also known for its island-inspired gourmet dining served at its signature fine dining Seven restaurant and The Deck, a popular beachside open-air restaurant and bar; the full-service Spa at Seven Stars Resort; a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and Spa Boutique. Seven Stars Resort & Spa is located on Grace Bay Beach. It is just 20 minutes from Providenciales International Airport, with nonstop flights available from major North American cities and direct flights from London. For more information or to book a stay, visit their official website or call (844) 332-5315, and follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
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