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On Thursday, 20 May, a capacity room of wine lovers and supporters of the Breast Cancer Foundation witnessed a sommelier standoff at Agua Restaurant...
On Thursday, 20 May, two well-known local sommeliers will be going bottle-to-bottle against each other to see who emerges victorious. Sergio 'Matador' Serrano is taking...
Cayman Islands residents ventured out to restaurants and bars on Sunday for the first time since coronavirus lockdown measures began in March.
Some of Cayman’s top chefs will get together at The Ritz-Carlton on Thursday evening, May 2, to serve up some mouth-watering dishes and help out the islands’ up-and-coming young culinary talents at the same time.
Catch Restaurant and Lounge was named the top performer in Cayman’s food industry, earning Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year and Best Ambience awards at the Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards. Also at the awards ceremony at the Marriott resort on Nov. 10, William Ashton Reid was honored for 25 years of outstanding service.
Cayman Cocktail Week is fast approaching, and that means lots of social nights out where the latest and greatest mixologists produce exciting creations for you to sample at different venues. It runs from Oct. 21-29 with some free and some ticketed events. Here’s the lowdown on every evening in the week ahead.
If you have never attended “Out of the Kitchen” in The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman’s ballroom and hosted by the resort and the Cayman Culinary Society, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Dining out is a luxury for some, which is why Restaurant Month is one of the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s most anticipated months of the year. Folks can wine and dine at many of Cayman’s favorite restaurants throughout October for a fraction of the cost. The fixed-price menus consist of two- or three-course lunches for $15 or $20, and three-course dinners for $25, $35 or $45.
Whether it’s at Christmas time, on birthdays or anniversaries, or just regular Sundays, Cayman residents like to brunch. And why wouldn’t they, with such a variety of brunching options to choose from island-wide? The Easter weekend provides yet another opportunity for breaking bread with family or friends, and here are some choices of venues.
Jacques Scott’s Ross Chernin nailed a second chance blind wine tasting to earn a trip to the finals of Agua Restaurant & Lounge’s Sommelier Showdown Series.