Dining by the sea is an enchanting experience and there is no shortage of seaside restaurants in the Cayman Islands. Many of these restaurants cater to boaters and boast a thriving epicurean scene offering everything from global cuisines to local favourites. Read this article to find out which Grand Cayman restaurants you can visit by boat.
After the beaches, the sunsets and the friendly, laid-back atmosphere, the dining scene is one of the main reasons to come to Grand Cayman thanks to the world-class chefs who call Grand Cayman home.
Spring is the season of renewal and we’re embracing it with a celebration, a reopening, a redevelopment and milestones in achieving improved infrastructure. From a prestigious award for Kimpton Seafire to preparations for opening the new underpass to creating new pedestrian connectivity and canal lots to a reinvigorated beachfront restaurant, we are embracing change and possibilities.
Bàcaro, a new restaurant soon to open at the Cayman Islands Yacht Club, hopes to introduce residents and visitors to a tapas-style of Venetian-inspired cuisine. Owned by Barney Bako and Chef Federico Destro, Bàcaro is modelled after the wine bars that have become fashionable in the chef’s hometown of Venice, Italy.
December brings with it cooler temperatures and the much-loved Christmas breeze that islanders love, making for ideal weather conditions that invite us to enjoy the outdoors and explore the island. Whether you’re visiting Grand Cayman this month or you call this gem of the Caribbean your home, you’ll love these 10 public spaces crafted and cared for by Dart Real Estate and other companies within the Dart Group.
Dart Realty has climbed new heights of design ingenuity with its first for-sale residential property, The Residences at Seafire. The development will be the most luxurious condo to call the famed Seven Mile Beach its home and will be among the first LEED® certified condominiums in the Caribbean.
Dart Realty’s developments are unified through distinct and mature landscaping that use native and endemic plants and trees that all come from Dart’s own 26-acre Nursery, conceived over two decades ago long before ground broke for Dart’s flagship development, Camana Bay.
In the 20 years since Kenneth Dart bought the land that has become Camana Bay, Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd. and its associated companies have also been involved in many other real estate and development activities on Grand Cayman.
Dart Realty (Cayman) Ltd. has officially relaunched the Cayman Islands Yacht Club, an integral part of the North Sound boating experience that boasts daily traffic of more than 700 boat owners and passengers, following its $7 million redevelopment.