Go coconuts over Farm to Table dinner

Cayman Cabana on the waterfront has been offering its Farm-to-Table Thursday night dinner for a number of months now, to many rave reviews as seen on the TripAdviser website. 

On Oct. 29 it is holding a special Coconut Inspired evening to promote not just this Caribbean food staple, but also the documentary “Bright Spot,” which will premiere in the Cayman Islands on Nov. 28. 

“Bright Spot” covers the history of coconut oil in the Cayman Islands, with stories of its demise and benefits, along with its recent resurgence in the local and international markets. 

Dominique Rochester, a local producer of coconut oil, will be at the event selling her wares, and “Bright Spot” film director Rob Tyler, along with featured nutritionist Tamer Soliman, will also be present to discuss the film and give a sneak peek of the finished product. 

Diners will be treated to an eight-course meal, so make sure you’re good and hungry when you get there. 

Tickets are $60 for the dinner only, 
or $85 for the dinner including 
a ticket to the movie premiere in November. For reservations, email [email protected] 
or call 938-1345. 


Cayman Cabana’s Coconut Inspired dinner will teach you all you ever wanted to know about the coconut and its products. Prepare to be a Jeopardy champion.

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