Lemon 2 Go is a picturesque coffee shop Located in the heart of Grace Bay. The café offers not only a variety of fresh-made coffees for those who need their morning fix, but also breakfast and lunch, as well as a charming and inviting outdoor space that makes for the perfect place for visitors to enjoy their purchases.
Coffee and Tea
For those in search of coffee, Lemon 2 Go has an extensive coffee menu to satisfy every palate, with all of their coffee drinks made with freshly ground coffee beans. Beyond the classic Americano, customers can choose from a cappuccino, cortado, espresso, flavored lattes, white chocolate mocha, and more. There’s also the option of ordering iced coffees, which are perfect for those especially hot days.
Not a coffee drinker? Lemon 2 Go has a variety of beverages besides coffee. Opt for a lemon iced tea, ginger lemonade, or a smoothie.
For the hungry customer, the coffee shop also has a range of breakfast and lunch items to choose from. The breakfast menu includes a classic breakfast sandwich of egg, bacon, cheese, baby spinach, and pesto, on an English muffin.
There’s also the breakfast samosa. Inspired by the traditional Indian samosa, Lemon 2 Go gives their air-fried samosa an American twist, with a filling of egg, bacon, mushroom, and classic Trinidadian spices.
For something lighter, try the Greek yogurt parfait with berries and granola, or grab a croissant or muffin to go.
For travelers looking for a casual spot to grab a quick lunch, Lemon 2 Go also ticks all the boxes. The coffee shop has a variety of sandwiches and wraps to satisfy most preferences. The Canadian club has sliced turkey breast, bacon, tomato, and dill pickles. There’s a salami and a tuna salad option, too, as well as a vegetarian sandwich that includes avocado, tomato, arugula, alfalfa sprouts, Swiss cheese, and spicy mayonnaise. If you’d prefer to swap the bread for something lighter, try the chicken teriyaki wrap or the curry chicken wrap.
Other lunch and snack options range from three-bean salad to couscous salad. For smaller bites, grab some protein power balls made with peanut butter, honey, coconut, oats, and dark chocolate chips. For vegan visitors, there’s also the vegan energy ball, handmade with Medjool dates, almond meal, coconut flakes, cacao powder, and chia.
Despite its name, visitors will likely want to enjoy their food and drink right outside the coffee shop rather than taking it to-go. If complimentary Wi-Fi isn’t incentive enough, Lemon 2 Go’s outdoor space is welcoming and tastefully decorated, offering comfortable seating and shade under a lattice pergola covered with greenery. A variety of plants fill the space, and it’s no surprise given the coffee shop shares a space with its sister company, Flowers by EA.
Visitors will find Flowers by EA simply by heading left once they enter Lemon 2 Go. The flower shop offers a wide selection of colorful floral cuttings to create bespoke bouquets, as well as potted plants. For those in search of the perfect souvenir, the flower shop also has a variety of candles, lotions, cards, and other gifts perfect for any occasion.
In addition to Flowers by EA, Lemon 2 Go also shares space with another partner eatery, Sandbox. Although the two share a space, Sandbox also has its own entrance next door. The restaurant and bar is the perfect option for patrons craving a more substantial sit-down meal accompanied by a glass of wine. Menu options include salads, chicken skewers, a vegan burger, and more.
Lemon 2 Go offers a casual vibe, a comfortable atmosphere, and a convenient location, making it a very popular spot. Access is easy for most visitors staying in the Grace Bay area, and it’s easy to get to on foot or by bicycle. The coffee shop, flower shop, and restaurant are the ideal places for anyone in search of good coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner, gifts, and more.
Located in Grace Bay
Grace Bay is located on the central northern side of Providenciales, and is the center of tourism, upscale shopping, and dining in the Turks and Caicos. World-famous Grace Bay Beach borders this region, and many of the island’s resorts and hotels are located in the area.