Cayman Cocktail Week is a week-long celebration of the Island’s cocktail scene. Over 30 participating bars, restaurants, and the world’s best liquor brands will come together to highlight all of the best cocktail concoctions available in Cayman – what’s more, 2019 welcomes Terry Fraser, the Master Distller from Tanqueray, one of the oldest and best-known gins.
This November the islands will erupt into a festival of spectacle and pageantry during the annual Pirates Week Festival, including mock invasions, District Days showcasing the islands’ culture and heritage, fireworks, and street parades, and block parties.
Grab a buddy and get wet at the 35th annual Foster’s Sea Swim. The main event is an 800m swim along Cayman’s pristine shoreline. There will also be a 400m swim for ages 12 and under. Registration starts at 3:00pm, race starts at 4:00pm. Meet at Governor’s Beach, Grand Cayman.
As the final Harvest Dinner of the 2018/2019 season, Chef Michael Solomonov, multiple James Beard Award-winner, is bringing Israeli Soul to the Brasserie.
Soak up some culture on your lunch break. Join the curators at the National Gallery for a free 30-minute lecture and tour of the Cross Currents exhibition, which will explore some of the overarching themes of the exhibition as well as select works.
The 4th annual Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fundraising Cocktail Party will be held at Luca Restaurant on Seven Mile Beach on Friday 5th of April 2019 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm. $150 per person.
Experience the biggest agricultural show in the calendar, held at the Agriculture Show Grounds, Agricola Drive, Lower Valley, on Wednesday 6th March 2019 from 7:30am to 7:30pm.
Join The National Gallery of The Cayman Islands for their 3rd annual Pretty on the Outside fundraiser. Doing things differently this year the event will unveil a special project titled “Invisible”.
Experience the best Camana Bay eateries with a guided flavour tour of Camana Bay’s top restaurants.