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Authentic Caribbean with

Asian Accents

locally sourced × crafted with love

 
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Located in Lower East Side Manhattan, Spur Tree at Norman's Cay is a purveyor of fine Caribbean Dining.

Norman's Cay opened in October 2013 on Orchard street in LES. In June 2014, Norman's Cay partnered with Sean John and Spur Tree to combine his Jamaican and Asian inspired Caribbean cuisine with Norman's Cay nightlife scene.

Norman's interior will make you feel like you are right in the islands, between our tin paneling, salvaged wood, single-engine Cessna suspended from the  ceiling, and reggae music, patrons forget they're in the middle of Manhattan. 

 

Phone

(646) 481–1229

Email

normanscayny@gmail.com

Location

74 Orchard St.
at Broome St.

Lower East Side, NY 10002

 

Hours

M–Th 5p–12a
F–Sa 5p–3a
Su 12p–12a

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We love to put on parties. Whether its a corporate event, dinner-party, or a birthday celebration, we can facilitate everything to make it the most memorable of nights. Email us for specifics, and we will work to exceed your expectations. 

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THE LIONFISH MISSION

Norman's Cay offers a special delicacy that makes an ecological impact. The Lionfish is an invasive species destroying reef fish populations in Florida, the Caribbean, and the Gulf of Mexico, in some places by as much as 90%. They have come to populate Bahamian waters in great numbers in recent years and have not been commercially fished until now. Inspired by Elisabeth Rosenthal's New York Times article entitled Invasive Species: Put It on a Plate and Eat It, in which Philip Kramer, director of the Caribbean program for Nature Conservancy challenges, "Instead of eating something like shark fin soup, why not eat a species causing harm, and with your meal make a positive contribution?" Norman's Cay management is proud of staking a definitive claim as being amongst the first New York City restaurants to offer the fish for public consumption. Developing Lionfish as a menu choice will help restore a healthy balance of marine life in Bahamian waters.  Moreover, it is also considered a delicacy; delicious served the way the Bahamians enjoy it - grilled or fried, with a cajun sauce, or even as a soup - Norman's Cay enthusiastically rises to meet an ecological challenge and looks forward to feedback from the community.