Home Dock Dining
Experience the taste of Venice with fresh, local ingredients, enticing aromas and fabulous flavours that you won't find anywhere else on island.
Our eco-friendly menu offers vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options. In an attempt to try and limit the invasive population of lionfish in our waters, we are happy to also offer a tasty selection of lionfish dishes.
David's Deep Blue Restaurant & Bar offers an amazing culinary delight, along with breathtaking, unparalleled views of the ocean.
A new destination for boaters and non-boaters alike is about to open.
Located on the historic George Town waterfront, offering sweeping ocean views, overlooking the multi-tiered Oceanside deck, Cabana is known for its authentically progressive, local Caymanian cuisine
An intriguing new addition to Rum Point’s tourist offering is now open.
Named for the silvery reef fish so plentiful offshore, Bar Jack is Cayman's best sunset vantage point, poised right at the widest stretch of Seven Mile Beach.
While The Lighthouse offers a divine experience every day of the week, on Sunday the restaurant serves a spectacular brunch.
Pappagallo blends fine Italian food and warm hospitality with tropical surroundings to create one of Cayman’s most exotic restaurants: Wooden walkways arch over the saltwater lagoon that is home to hundreds of species of water birds and thatched roofs cover the three separate dining areas, blending the building seamlessly with its surroundings.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner come for the day of diving, have lunch and then finish off the day with cocktails and a fine seafood dinner on the deck at sunset.
This remote and raffish restaurant is something of a Mecca for residents of the sparsely populated North Side.
Located in a popular waterfront dining district of Grand Cayman, Osetra Bay offers sophisticated, imaginative world-cuisine in sumptuous surroundings.
On the water in West Bay, Grand Cayman, this easy and relaxed atmosphere is great for anyone looking to relax and enjoy good food.
The Lobster Pot offers one of Grand Cayman's best dining experience as well as waterfront views.
One of the oldest and most popular beach bars and restaurants in Cayman Kai, Grand Cayman, Kaibo Beach Bar and Grill includes a rustic beach bar serving food and drink throughout the day and evening, as well as an upstairs, award-winning open air dining terrace featuring Caribbean-inspired delicacies.
Rackam’s Waterfront Bar and Grill has been a favorite hangout for both locals and tourists for many years.
Grand Old House restaurant is located in a charming 100-year-old plantation house.
The Cracked Conch offers high-end ocean-front cuisine inspired by traditional Caribbean fare.
Blue French doors open out on to the wide deck overlooking Morgan's Harbour, in Cayman's West Bay.