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Restaurants at this Grand Cayman resort embrace the Caribbean in their own way. Seafood at Blue by Eric Ripert is locally sourced. The beachside Bar Jack is known for its piña coladas. The waterfront Andiamo offers a casual ambience. And Afternoon Tea at Silver Palm features bold island flavors.  

Blue by Eric Ripert

From renowned chef Eric Ripert, this fine dining restaurant specializes in local seafood and seasonal flavors. The impressive wine list features more than 700 selections from around the world.


Classic Italian cuisine and casual Caribbean ambiance come together at this al fresco restaurant. Family-friendly dishes include homemade pastas, pizzas, grilled seafood and freshly made gelato.


Indulgence is at the core of the experience at this ocean-view restaurant. Premium cuts of meat, fresh seafood and bourbon cocktails are among the highlights. Sundays feature a champagne brunch.


Gourmet sushi, including maki, sashimi and rolls, is complemented by the island’s most extensive selection of sake. Details, including a tableside wasabi presentation, elevate the experience.

Bar Jack

This beachside lounge boasts the island’s best sunset viewpoint and one its finest piña coladas. The menu, with cocktails and light fare, is available on the terrace, poolside or on the beach.

Silver Palm

Named for the Cayman Islands’ national tree, this elegant lounge offers island-inspired and handcrafted cocktails, a selection of Caribbean cigars, Afternoon Tea and live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Dining Experiences

Discover hotel dining beyond breakfast, lunch and dinner with chef-led experiences, wine tastings, private dining, brunches and other special events and offers.