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Traditional pub, King’s Head, now open

10-1-trad-pubA traditional-style pub, The King’s Head, has opened its doors along The Crescent, Camana Bay. Pull up a bar stool for a pint and enjoy the company of the bar mascot, Winston. An English bulldog, he embodies his namesake, Mr. Churchill, with his hedonistic appreciation for good food and alcohol and his penchant for relaxation. Enjoy a range of beers – with four always on draught – and an extensive gin selection, including the bar’s own King’s Head gin: Winston’s Gin. Open seven days a week, 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.


Cooking classes at The Ritz-Carlton

10-2-classesThe Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is now offering guests the opportunity to sign up to a host of cooking classes. Under the guidance of the culinary professionals at the luxurious resort, guests can enjoy a range of classes which focus on a wide variety of foods, from gourmet seafood cuisine, local Caribbean fare, desserts, ice cream making, and even a trip to meet some of Cayman’s most prominent farmers. To find out more, call 815-6117.


Breezes Bistro now open 

10-3-breezesLocated in the heart of historic George Town and featuring two oversized oceanside wrap-around patios, Breezes Bistro is now open for business. The menu focuses on traditional Caribbean fare with a southern twist, all served with “CaymanKind Hospitality.” Popular menu items include fresh local seafood, conch fritters, inspired salads using locally sourced ingredients, delicious sandwiches, classic burgers and wraps, handmade artisan pizzas, tropical-inspired craft cocktails, and ice cold beers. Open seven days a week.


The White House offers grand destination dining

10-4-white-houseThe White House, now open in Bodden Town, is offering guests a majestic dining experience. A former oceanfront home of an American business tycoon, the venue offers a range of dining options: in one of the many well-equipped function rooms; around the stunning freshwater pool; on the pristine white sandy beach; or on the impressive deck spanning some 6,000 square feet. Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. Call 946-5500 or 516-8401.


The Greenhouse re-opens

10-5-greenhousePopular eatery The Greenhouse has re-opened in a brand new location. Now located along Church Street, George Town, The Greenhouse offers a selection of menu items, all with a focus on healthy, farm-to-table ingredients. As well as a delicious range of menu options and daily specials, The Greenhouse also offers a selection of freshly baked goods and snacks-to-go. Open Monday to Saturday for breakfast and lunch.


New offerings at Anchor & Den

10-6-oystersAnchor & Den, at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort, is expanding its range of offerings. As well as adding a raw bar to their Sunday brunch line-up, the eatery is now hosting a new event “Dark Nights.” Beginning at sunset during the monthly new moon, Anchor & Den will be creating a sacred space and dimming the lights for an evening of candlelight rituals and vibrating tunes. Enjoy apothecary elixirs, holistic bites, stargazing, and intention setting. Also, be sure to check out the newly opened La Bomboneria, which offers a selection of bonbons, available to purchase by the piece.