With a new year full of new possibilities ahead, many people are
thinking of ways to make this year a better one. Fatty foods, smoking,
lack of exercise and similar issues are often the first to be addressed.
Nectar is nestled in Seven Miles Shops on West Bay Road, its darkened
windows giving no hint of the decadent, lamp-lit lounge inside.
As soon as you walk through the doors, you’re welcomed by the lush,
blue, velvety interior. Dining tables are tucked behind long, flowing
curtains and the seating is soft and comfortable.
Eating, in general, is not a competitive sport, although it would seem
that some consider it so. Put a bunch of guys together, and how much
they can eat will always be a point of discussion. As is fitting for a
sports bar, the Dog House in Grand Harbour has laid down two food
challenges for those who think they can stomach it.
Sunday brunch has become a weekend tradition in Cayman. 7 Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman is offering Cayman residents and its resort guests something new to enjoy: a champagne breakfast experience on Saturdays.
Grand Cayman’s latest restaurant, Home, is looking to create a buzz with tapas-style food at recession-busting prices. Located in Treasure Island Resort on West Bay Road, the newest culinary hotspot is the brainchild of several local investors. According to Des Byrne, Home is offering something a little out of the ordinary.
Aldo Leopold, considered to be the father of wildlife management in the United States as well as a life-long fisherman and hunter, stated that sustainable means taking resources from the environment only if it does not disturb the “integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community,”...