Cayman’s finest amateur boxer, Tafari Ebanks, is in Qatar with his coach Norman Wilson to compete in the world championships, which start in Doha on Monday.

Bantamweight Ebanks was picked from a wild card selection in the tournament that finishes on Oct. 15.

This is a tremendous opportunity for the 21-year-old stylist to test himself against […]

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Samuel Adams ‘Utopias’ is royalty among beers 

Budweiser might call itself “the king of beers,” but if there is such a thing of a beer for kings in America, it is probably Samuel Adams Utopias. 

Utopias is not a beer in the usual sense, and even the Boston Beer Company that produces it classifies it as […]

A number of new developments in the tourism and restaurant business were discussed during Thursday’s meeting of the Liquor Licensing Board of Grand Cayman.

The board held its annual meeting to review and renew existing liquor licenses, but also discussed several new projects in the pipeline for Grand Cayman.

New restaurant 

The Dart group of companies is […]

Most hosts have faced the dilemma at some point: You’re having several bottles of wine over the course of the evening, some better than others. Which order do you drink the wines?

If an evening is to feature a mixture of white wines and red wines, and maybe even rosés, then it’s generally accepted that […]

Whether you are a cocktail connoisseur or simply fancy sampling something new, next month’s Cayman Cocktail Week is already stirring up plenty of interest.

“Basically, the week and all its associated events and happy hour happenings are a golden opportunity for the island’s restaurants and bartenders to showcase local cocktail culture using the best quality […]

In the end, no one knew their Zin, but Jacques Scott’s Ross Chernin still won a tie-breaker blind tasting to earn a come-from-behind victory over West Indies Wine Company’s Brandon Copico in the second quarterfinal “sommelier showdown” at Agua Restaurant & Lounge on Aug. 25.

The competition pits two wine industry professionals against each other […]

In addition to being able to recommend good wines, a restaurant sommelier should be able to suggest wines that will pair well with the type of food being served. This key aspect of a sommelier’s job was the focus of a wine dinner at Agua Restaurant & Lounge on July 14 that featured the […]

Any discussion about Spain’s top wines has to start with Bodegas Vega Sicilia. In the minds of many, it could also end there.

Vega Sicilia Export Manager Puri Mancebo-Lobete, who visited Grand Cayman recently, said the winery’s flagship wine, Unico, has an unprecedented reputation – and price point.

“It’s always been known as the most expensive […]

On 26 April, Cayman’s cyclists took to the streets, peddling for a vital cause at the 2nd Annual Century Ride and raising funds for Feed Our Future Cayman Islands.

Over 100 riders completed the Ride, which took them through West Bay, George Town, South Sound, East End, Queens Highway (2 times), Rum Point and back […]

The Tennis Federation of the Cayman Islands, together with parents, is raising funds for the talented juniors to compete internationally. 

The junior program at the tennis club in South Sound has many youngsters who train hard with their dedicated coaches.

The club is holding a Taste for Tennis wine and food fundraiser on Saturday March 21 […]