Do you long to feel like Alice, falling down into the rabbit hole and not knowing where you’re going?

Epic Day Entertainment and Out of the Blu Marketing have partnered to create the first Dinner in White on April 9. Inspired by the Diner En Blanc franchise held all over the world, registered guests will learn the secret Dinner in White location upon arrival and not beforehand.

A London white party.
A London white party.

Patrons dressed all in white will meet at West Indies Wine Company in Camana Bay at 6 p.m. and will be transported by bus to a chic intimate dinner in a public space transformed by Celebrations Ltd. Sparklers, beautiful décor and lighting will create a magical atmosphere. After dining in a family style setting, guests will dance the night away under the stars to a special guest band and DJ.

Return buses run from 10:30 p.m. until midnight when the evening officially ends.

There are a few white parties held throughout the year in Cayman, particularly the annual Mistletoe event at Abacus around Christmas. Based on the popularity of that particular soiree, there is no doubt that Dinner in White will get bums in seats.

Guests are reminded that the last transport will leave the West Indies Wine Company at 7 p.m., so they are to make sure to be prompt, or they will literally miss the bus.

White masks are welcome.
White masks are welcome.

Tickets are $150 and include a three-course dinner, welcome bubbles and first glass of red or white wine at dinner. Bottle service is optional when registering online, and there will be a cash bar throughout the evening. Top shelf brands such as San Benedetto, Fantinel, Grey Goose, Veuve Clicquot and more will be available.

Tickets are available from the Epic Day offices in the Strand Shopping Centre or the National Trust office in Dart Family Park, South Sound.

Proceeds will benefit the National Trust’s educational work.

For further information or to reserve seating arrangements for parties of six or more, email
[email protected] or call 938-2395.

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