Welcome to Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink Grand Cayman, Michael’s second restaurant, open since June of 2010 and voted Cayman’s Favourite Restaurant at the Cayman Islands Tourism Association’s 2013 Taste of Cayman Food & Wine Festival.
All the elements of the Michael’s Genuine experience are on-island — straightforward, delicious cuisine that focuses on fresh, locally-grown ingredients.
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink Grand Cayman seats 75 indoors and 75 outside, the space a collaboration between world renowned restaurant designer Carl Myers and Caymanian architect John Doak. Sleek and simply designed, inside features a central open kitchen with a wood burning oven, heirloom tomato-lined food bar, and drinks bar flanking the main dining room. As in Miami, the dinner menu is divided into small, medium, large, and extra large plates, with creative wine, beer, and spirits — many of which are first to island.
For more information on special programming like our monthly Farm-to-Table Dinner Series with Slow Food South Sound, Lionfish Safari, and other special ways to enjoy fresh, simple, pure food and drink off the menu, peruse the MGFD_GCM category on the blog or visit our Facebook page.
The new Town Centre of Camana Bay is our new neighborhood, a mixed-use master planned community
featuring shops, restaurants, offices, homes, and an international school. Blossoming into life on 500 acres between Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound on the island of Grand Cayman, it’s a place to live, work and play — thoughtfully designed, sensitive to its environment and committed to excellence. With shops, restaurants, offices, a six-screen cinema and 60 apartments, Camana Bay’s Town Centre opened in December 2007 and was designed by the award-winning team of Moore Ruble Yudell and Olin Partnership. Following a design charette held in 2008 with leading town planners and pioneers of New Urbanism-Duany Plater-Zyberk (DPZ), Dart Realty is now in the master planning phase for the town’s residential communities, hotels, marina and amenities. Contemporary Caribbean architecture and lush, indigenous landscaping provides a pedestrian-friendly environment for Cayman’s residents and visitors. The master plan is designed to be flexible, allowing Camana Bay to grow organically over several decades and ensuring it will flourish for generations to come.