Party like there’s no tomorrow

Tonight could be your last night on Earth. So there’s absolutely no excuse not to throw caution to the wind and party like there’s no tomorrow.

In fact, if we’re all going to die, wouldn’t it be best to do so in the company of good friends, with a full belly and a glass of something bubbly and delicious in hand?

The folks at the ube-chic Osetra Bay certainly think so, and that’s why they’re throwing the party to end all parties tonight. It’s the Rapture party and it will ensure that, if this is it, you’ll really be going out with a bang.

It’s a dance club party, James tells us, and its part of the Ocean Club Lounge Series. So get your best party outfit out and make your way to the all white sophistication of one of Cayman’s most exclusive venues.

There are certain advantages to there being no tomorrow, one of which is, you need not worry about your bank balance any more. So spend freely, because by tomorrow it will be irrelevant anyway.

For $200 you can indulge in the ultimate last supper – a five-course tasting menu extravaganza – that includes wine pairings for each course.

Alternatively, you can order from the a la carte menu, and still enjoy the party afterward.

And, of course, with no tomorrow there is no expanding waistline to worry about either, which will make it all the more enjoyable.

You also won’t be suffering from a hangover if there is no world to wake up to, so you might as well make the best of the open bar, from 10pm onward.

That’s right, following dinner you can move over to the bar and order any drink you like, all night long, at no extra cost.

For those who don’t want to eat, $65 will get you in and buy you an unlimited bar tab. Anything you want to drink, all night long. Or, if you don’t quite embrace the whole end of the world thing, you can always pay the $15 entry fee instead, and drink in moderation. Pretty boring, especially considering it’s Christmas and everything – but it’s up to you.

DJ Alexi will be spinning an apocalyptic set so that all the revellers can dance the night away – and even if you’re the worst dancer in the world, there’s no reason not to pull some moves on the dance floor on this night, of all nights.

For more information, call 325-5000.

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