Annual Culinary Events

15-20 January 2020

Cayman Cookout
Hosted by award-winning Chef Eric Ripert, and considered to be the Caribbean’s ‘premier epicurean event’, Cayman Cookout is a multiday event celebrating food, wine and the natural beauty of the Cayman Islands. With the help of a team of worldfamous chefs, mixologists and culinary influencers, guests are treated to an exciting weekend line-up, with highlights including cooking demonstrations, a barefoot BBQ, distillery tours and a highly anticipated talk show. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their official site.

29 February 2020

Red Sky at Night

The Red Sky at Night Festival recognises all things culturally Caymanian for one enchanting evening in the F.J. Harquail Cultural Centre grounds. Along with a dedicated arts and handicrafts section, each year local food vendors set up shop in ‘Café Cayman’ and tempt visitors with a mouthwatering spread of local dishes, including Caymanstyle beef, stewed conch and fish rundown. Insiders tip: no meal is complete without a slice of some housemade heavy cake! For more information visit the Cayfest site.

17 March 2020

St Patrick's Day

The Island’s Irish community love a chance to celebrate their homeland and none do it better than Fidel Murphy’s every St. Patrick’s Day! The bar and restaurant gets filled up each year with patriotic party-goers festooned in green, white and orange and there’s no shortage of drinks flowing thanks to the event’s official sponsor, Guinness. Fidel’s fly in authentic Irish musicians and the festivities continue into the wee hours of the morning.

21 March 2020

Live Street Food Festival

The Live Street Food Festival offers festival-goers an eclectic selection of street food from around the world and around the way in the heart of downtown George Town. Now in its second year, local chefs, food trucks and restaurateurs line Cardinall Avenue to cook up a myriad of environmentally-conscious small plates and inventive refreshments.

4 April 2020

Taste of Cayman

Grown from humble beginnings over 30 years ago, Taste of Cayman now reigns as the Island’s largest culinary event of the year. Welcoming over 5,000 attendees annually to Camana Bay’s Festival Green, the event celebrates Cayman’s rich culinary heritage, with highlights including fun food and drink competitions throughout the evening, as well as over 40 local vendors to
sample from. Guests place their vote for Cayman’s Favourite Restaurant which is announced at the end of the night.


October 2020

Restaurant Month

Restaurant Month invites foodies to dine at some of Cayman’s best restaurants by offering low, fixed price, value-for-money menus throughout the whole month of October. Participating restaurants create delicious 3-course menus starting at just CI$15 for lunch and CI$25 for dinner. Each year Good Taste runs daily Restaurant Month giveaways, so be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook ( and Instagram (@caymangoodtaste) pages.

October 2020

Women in White Foundation Dinner

Three locally celebrated female chefs showcase the best that Cayman’s culinary scene has to offer in aid of the Island’s Culinary Scholarship Fund for Women. Hosted in a different, intimate setting each year, attendees dine from three separate tasting stations for a total of six dishes over the course of the night. All the food is hand-crafted, locally sourced and globally inspired.

October 2020

Cocktail Week

Cocktail Week celebrates the craft of the cocktail and the artistry of some of the Island’s best bartenders. Fun and interactive events are scheduled almost daily and hosted by top
industry professionals. Cocktail Week branded menus are available throughout the whole of October in all participating bars and restaurants, letting cocktail enthusiasts sample
high-end drinks for great prices.

October 2020

Salud! Wine Festival

Showcasing over 150 quality wines from leading producers of the world's finest wine-growing regions, Salud! Wine Festival gives local oenophiles a chance to sample and appreciate the
world of wine without ever stepping foot on a plane. Guests can rub shoulders with industry experts while getting acquainted with their favourite vintage.

5-9 November 2020

Pirates Week

Cayman’s Annual Pirates Week Food Festival is a crowd favourite thanks to the wonderful culinary sights and smells that line Shedden Road each year. From traditional turtle and conch stews and other Caribbean staples to international Asian and Hispanic fare, all tastes are catered to. The festival serves as a wonderful refuel point after the excitement of the Pirate’s Week opening fireworks display!