Grand Cayman’s venerable Grand Old House has been the undisputed leader of outdoor dining in the Cayman Islands for more than a half-century.
There’s nothing quite like the waterfront dining experience – the ocean breeze, the susurration of the waves, and tempting aromas of beautifully prepared fresh food in a luxury setting overlooking an azure sea and great big sky.
Of the hundreds of restaurants in the Cayman Islands, Grand Old House is the benchmark for fine outdoor dining, a family-friendly waterfront dining experience that is both a landmark and a tradition. This venerable 112-year-old former plantation house was opened as a restaurant in 1969 and has spent the last half-century building its reputation as the premier fine dining Cayman experience.
Any time of the year, but particularly in the cooler, drier months, Grand Old House’s 5,000-square-foot panoramic waterfront terrace is the place to hang out and enjoy the mouth-watering Caribbean-infused international cuisine created using the freshest local ingredients onshore and from the rich surrounding waters.
An extensive kids’ menu, as well as a selection of gluten-free and vegetarian/vegan options, is available both for lunch (weekdays, 11:30 am to 2:30 pm) and dinner (nightly, 5:30 pm to 10 pm). Happy Hour, between 5 pm and 7 pm, offers Grand Old House’s special tapas menu along with specially priced drinks, making this the perfect place to sip a cocktail, nibble some appetizers and watch the sunset before dining under the stars at the water’s edge.
Grand Cayman has hundreds of restaurants literally, and many have a waterfront location and sea views. There is certainly no shortage of spectacular dining options. But Grand Old House stands out from the crowd – offering the ultimate package of fresh and innovative food, fine wines and spirits, a spectacular sea view, romantic sunset dining, live music, and ambiance in a great setting with impeccable service.