Owned and operated by the Levarity family, the Wrecking Tree is known not only for its great home-style food, but its unique history as well.
Local delicacies are what you'll find on the menu at the Wrecking Tree, including conch, which is served in burgers, on salads, frittered, and cracked. Other not-so-local favorites include ribs, chops, and chicken.
The Wrecking Tree Restaurant offers Caribbean cooking that has people reflecting on the flavors for the rest of the day. The formality level you should expect at this restaurant is very casual. This location is open for dinner only, so make sure to plan your visit around the limited hours they are open.
What's unique about the Wrecking Tree is that it was built around a huge tree known as the "Wrecking Tree" that was used in the 19th century by wreckers for shade as they looked through the loot they'd salvaged in offshore shipwrecks.
Dining takes place in an screened enclosure, which features a view of the sea.
The Wrecking Tree Restaurant is found on the island of Green Turtle Cay, 6.0 miles north-northwest of Treasure Cay; it is 22 miles (35 and a half kilometers) to the northwest of Marsh Harbour.
If you would like to combine your visit to this restaurant with some excellent sightseeing opportunities, you'll find a handful worthwhile things to see within a short trip of this place, like Albert Lowe Museum.
One experience awaiting explorers of the area near this restaurant is Gillam Bay Beach, the closest beach, where visitors can stop and truly take in the scenery.
For guests looking to find a local restaurant with similar types of food or similar prices, there are a few nearby places to consider, including McIntosh Restaurant. It is found about a hundred yards to the south of this restaurant.
Of course, if you want something a little different, this part of Green Turtle Cay has an impressive range of restaurants that will satisfy all kinds of diners. For example, you might also enjoy American cuisine at Laura's Kitchen, which is a short distance away.
The Wrecking Tree is open daily for lunch and dinner.
Location: Bay Street, Green Turtle Cay
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