Located on the grounds of the Point Grace Resort, the architectural vibe here is turn-of-the-last century British colonial and there is a For a romantic meal, consider dining under the stars in an English-style garden at Grace's Cottage, which is surely one of the prettiest places to eat in Provo. The location, right on the point of Grace Bay Beach and on the grounds of the Point Grace Resort, is visually stunning, but so is the turn-of-last-century British colonial architecture. From the rustic island-stone pathway meandering through the enchanting torch-lit gardens where the teak tables and chairs are set up under swaying palms for dining privacy to the custom '65 Rolls Royce once owned by Kirk Douglas to the majestic carved mahogany bar inside the cottage, the step-back-in-time romantic vibe is palatable.
Main courses include everything from a saffron seafood plate to a blackened chicken with tobacco onions or the excellent vegetarian risotto. Portions are small when compared to American restaurant standards, but the taste is delicious and the ingredients quality. If you don't want to dine al fresco, reserve one of the tables set up on the covered veranda around the gingerbread cottage. All details have been thought out, from the contemporary music playing at just the right volume to the miniature bamboo stands that are placed chairside to keep handbags and sweaters off the sand.