Norman’s Cay Adds New Chef from ABC Cocina; Sidewalk Cafe Coming Soon
Posted on: April 7th, 2014 at 6:05 am by Elie
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Six months into operations at 74 Orchard Street, there are changes to report inside the kitchen of Norman’s Cay. Mik Edelman, who apparently helped open ABC Cocina as lead line cook, is now on board. The new chef will lend his touch to the cuisine of Caribbean eats. When asked about the staff shuffle, co-owner Ryan Chadwick quipped that Edelman “makes one hell of a taco and crudo.”
On that note, there’s two-for-one tacos/conch fritters and $5 draft beers from 6-8pm during the week.
Another menu modification is the introduction of weekend brunch options, you know, to compete with the glut of nearby restaurants.
Norman’s Cay is also about two weeks from debuting their sidewalk cafe. The mini dining area will include four tables and eight chairs outside the Orchard Street restaurant.
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