Latest Cayman Restaurant, Bar and Events News
Read this page for the latest news about Cayman's Restaurants, Bars and Food Events. For other exciting things happening on Grand Cayman related to food and wine check out the regularly updated Monthly events or the Annual events pages. Also follow us on Facebook or Twitter for the very latest news!
|La Dolce Vita Closes||Say Good Bye to the Cuisine of the Sun|
Known for its authentic Italian cuisine and stunning views of the George Town harbour, La Dolce Vita closed in May 2016. The restaurant was run by locally renowned Italian Chef Ercole Musso.
Ortanique, one of Camana Bay's flagship restaurants will close its doors at the end of June 2016. Ortanique, a strong favourite on the foodie scene, beloved for its fresh innovative take on local cuisine, will be surely missed.
|Savour the South at Camana Bay||Mother's Day in May|
Award winning chefs Mike Lata and Edward Lee, will be arriving in from Charleston and Louisville respectively, to cook up smokin' southern classics for Camana Bay's famous Slow Food Day. Farm-to-table dishes feature bold flavours: Smoked Beef Brisket with local seasoning pepper sauce, Pan-roasted Local Snapper with smoked tomato creole sauce, Smoked Local Goat slathered in a mango barbecue sauce. Hungry yet? Make it a date night on Saturday, 16 April.
Do not forget to treat all the deserving mothers in your life to a proper meal on Mother's Day. Top restaurants around Grand Cayman will be offering delectable Mother's Day brunches and bubbles on May 8th. Watch this space and of course the Good Taste Facebook page for more.
|Sommeliers Standoff at Agua! ||New menu at The Bistro|
Dueling Sommeliers Peter Bedocs from Catch and Fabio Sordinelli from Agua will be pouring the best wines from Jacques Scott Wines & Spirits to accompany a special four-course dinner designed by Agua's Chef Roman Klienrath on Tuesday, 12 April, 2016. Who will serve the best glass? Call 949 2482 to make a booking. You don't want to miss this event!
Avez-vous faim? That is, are you hungry? Cayman's favourite authentic French restaurant, The Bistro has added even more deliciousness to their already outstanding menu. New dishes include a Seafood Bouilabaisse that is served fresh daily.
|Cooking Series with Tamer Soliman||Budding Chef Classes in April!|
Foodie, nutritionist and documentary maker, Tamer Soliman will be hosting a one of a kind cooking experience where coconut lovers will learn to prepare three coconut inspired dishes. Tamer will also give a lecture on cooking techniques and the nutritional benefits of coconuts. Sipping on the coconut rum cocktails on offer will surely keep you focused! Class Dates: April 28, May 26 and June 29. Email email@example.com for details!
Do you have a budding chef at home who would like to hone their skills? Bon Vivant is offering an after school cooking programme for tweens (ages 9 - 13) every Tuesday beginning on 12 April 2016. These classes are designed to inspire budding chefs to be thoughtful about what they eat, learn basic cooking concepts and have fun in the kitchen! Call 623 COOK (2665) for more details!
|A La Ke-VROOM in West Bay!||Prix Fixe Menu at Beach House!|
Zooming into the heart of West Bay is everyone's favourite Kebab Truck! The A La Ke-Vroom Kebab Truck will be parked across from the West Bay Fosters daily (except Sundays) from 5pm to midnight! Click the menu link for dinner ideas tonight!
Don't miss out on this fantastic deal now happening at one of Cayman's top restaurants... The famous Beach House at the Westin is offering a three-course Prix Fixe Menu for CI$49 per person, Friday to Monday!
|Easter Brunchin'?||A 'proper' Pub in Camana Bay!|
Easter holiday is just around the corner and if you don't plan on camping out this year, you will need to get a jump on other plans... Yes, we mean brunch! There are many Easter brunches being hosted by the Island's top restaurants. Check out the Good Taste Facebook page for Five days of Easter Brunch!
In early March 2016, The Kings Head, a Victorian themed pub, opened on The Crescent in Camana Bay. Pop in for a pint and pet the pub's English bull-dog Winston!
|The Greenhouse is BACK!||Red Sky at Night in February|
The Greenhouse, a paleo-friendly cafe has reopened in the heart of George Town. Located in the Digicel Building across from Rackam's, the cafe also specialises in gluten-free and vegetarian fare. Pop in for a for one of their thin-crust, hand rolled gluten-free pizzas today!
It's that time of year again... On Saturday, 28 February the extensive grounds surrounding the Harquail Theatre will be awash in hundreds of twinkling lights. Celebrating local arts, music and culture, this event is not to be missed. Delicious local dishes will also be sold. Check out our sister site Explore Cayman for details.
|A Family Fun-Filled Day in February!||Got Valentine's Day sorted?|
The 49th annual Agriculture Show kicks off at 7.30am on Wednesday, 10 February 2016! Get there early to get first dibs on local fruit trees, locally made arts and crafts and of course superbly delicious local dishes. Catch up with friends while sipping a fresh coconut water on bouncing castles, petting zoo and the horse back rides through the grounds!
Stay tuned to Good Taste's Facebook page and this site's promotion page for the latest happenings on Valentine's Day! If nothing meets your fancy, simply browse all the great restaurants found on the Cayman Good Taste website to figure out where you'll be dining on cupid's biggest day.
|Classes for Tween Chefs||The Dog House Reopens|
Bon Vivant in Camana Bay is offering an after school culinary programme for your budding chefs in January, February and March. Tweens will learn basic cooking concepts and skills while creating delicious dishes.
In January 2016, local favourite The Dog House reopened in Grand Harbour. Residents of Prospect and the greater Savannah area will now have a 'local' to watch big sporting events and socialise. Hearty pub eats and spirits from the full service bar can be enjoyed outdoors and indoors. There are also whispers that a new Asian fusion restaurant will be popping up in Grand Harbour later this year. Stay tuned...
|Culinary Events - 2016!||New coffee shop opens!|
It's time to start 2016 with a food-filled bang! Two major culinary events kick off in January: Cayman Cookout and Taste of Cayman. Better get those tickets early and of course hold off on following all those dietary resolutions until February!
Need a cuppa? Cayman Coffee Club, a new coffee shop, opened in the heart of George Town. Located across from the scenic waterfront and open from Monday to Saturday at 7am to 6pm, this new spot also serves fresh pressed juices, housemade pastries and healthy snacks.
|Osetra Bay reopens in Morgans Harbour...||China Village is BACK!|
Elegant waterfront restaurant, Osetra Bay, has reopened with a new and relaxed approach. Focusing on seasonal and local produce and fresh seafood, the menu has many creative Caribbean-style dishes. Click the link above for more details!
China Village, everyone's lunch time favourite is now open for business after suffering a major setback early this year due to an electrical fire. They are still offering their famous dim sum every Sunday!
|HOT off the press!||Holy Chef!|
Christmas has come early for Acorn Publishing... the 2016 edition of Cayman's Good Taste Magazine has arrived and is now available at news stands around the Island! Pick up your copy today to find out the latest on the hottest restaurants on Cayman's culinary scene! Good Taste is after all the definitive guide to dining and entertainment in the Cayman Islands!
Want to know just how serious a deal Poutine is in Canada? Check out Chef Dylan Benoit's interview in the 2016 edition of Good Taste Magazine! Inside you will also find other great interviews with an international brigade of head chefs: Ragazzi's Adriano Usini, Eduardo's Andrea Turco and The Wharf's Christian Reiter!