NEWS & NOTES
Creations Unlimited/Cayman Islands Department of Tourism; Anamarija 2008/Es Baluard Museu d’Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma; Branson CVB Photo
Vacationers adore Grand Cayman
for its sprawling beaches, spectacu-
lar scuba diving, and schools of
stingrays. However, if you visit from
January 16 to 19 for the Cayman
Cookout
, you
could also enjoy the culinary
feast of a lifetime. Offerings from
celebrity chefs such as
ERIC
RIPERT
(Le Bernardin in New York
City and Blue on Grand Cayman)
and
JOSÉ ANDRÉS
(winner of a
James Beard Foundation Award)
should be worth the price of admis-
sion alone. Add globe-trotting
ANTHONY BOURDAIN
—who hosts
a conch-chowder-and-fish-fry
lunch celebrating the Caymans’
culinary heritage — and cooking
demonstrations, wine pairings,
and rum tastings. It’s clearly a
great time to book a Getaway to
this Caribbean destination.
FANTASY (FOODIE) ISLAND
It’s the perfect juxtaposition of old and new: The Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Palma
is housed in a 17th-century fortress, but its collection — featuring works by Miró, Picasso, and
Rusiñol — ranges from contemporary to cutting-edge. You’ll also find remarkable Mediterranean landscape paintings
by renowned regional artists. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday, and hosts special events and film
screenings throughout the year.
FORTRESS OF ART
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