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Spur Tree at Normans Cay

Spur Tree at Normans Cay Details

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.normanscaynyc.com/
  • Phone: (646) 481-1229
  • Hours of Operation: Dinner: Monday -Saturday: 5:30PM to 10:30PM

    Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 12:00PM to 5:00PM

    Bar and lounge open until 4AM
  • Cuisine: Caribbean
  • Dress Code: Business Casual
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes

Getting there

  • Parking: No
A word from Spur Tree at Normans Cay
Normans Cay is located in the Exuma Island chain of the Bahamas. The area is known for its crystal blue waters and lush, tropical cays. Bahamians fish the local waters for Grouper, Conch, Red Snapper, Barracuda, Spiny Tail Lobster and other aquatic delicacies.

Further north, an eponymous restaurant and bar is located in Manhattan Island at 74 Orchard Street, between Broome and Grand Streets. It is also regarded as a lush, tropical oasis offering aquatic delicacies and paradise cocktails year-round.
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Diner Reviews
  • "So Happy to have Spur Tree Back! The food is amazing and service attentive."
    Dined on 7/23/2014
  • "I enjoyed the energetic feel of this place - like old friends reuniting around kitchen table after years apart. I definitely will return here for a night in the city. The Rasta Pasta was more amazing than I anticipated! Everyone at the table had a taste and wished they had ordered their own. The salmon was delicious as was the oxtail. The King fish also received excellents from those who ordered it. The baby Back Ribs was a bit chared; seems the sauce was on too soon; otherwise it fell off the bone. Service was excellent, (A group of seven friends celebrating my birthday), LaToya who tended our table was very professional, and exhibited great interpersonal skills. Overall we were very pleased with the experience."
    Dined on 7/18/2014
  • "I've been to this place several times before and always had an enjoyable experience, but this was my first time since the "remodeling." Sadly, the food was sub par and the service was even worse. The rice and peas were a joke, the curry chicken was spongy, and the ackee and codfish bruchetta was 1% ackee and 99% codfish. Our appetizer came out after our entree and one entree was prepared incorrectly so we had to wait again (after a long initial wait though the place was empty). I won't be back."
    Dined on 7/10/2014
  • "Would return for drinks only. Food was ok, but nothing to make me want to go back. "
    Dined on 4/19/2014
  • "For those lucky to spend time in the out islands of the Bahamas and who enjoy the local food will be transported to their favorite island when the walk into Norman's Cay. It's not the glitz and shine of the Paradise Island crowd, it's the local beach-side sun shack with killer conch fritters, lots of rum and friendly service. Make it a place to visit often."
    Dined on 3/13/2014
  • "This is a lovely spot, made me forget about the snow outside. The tapas we got were all delicious (grouper fingers, coconut shrimp and avocado salad), and the cocktails were deliciously tropical. I highly recommend the sky juice, with gin, coconut water and nutmeg."
    Dined on 3/1/2014
  • "good bar drinks. i feel like therr aren't enough places like this. i hope the host n waiter was new because he was " behind the 8-ball". not awful but 'cleary' a new hire with little to no experience. this place doesn't answer their phone!!!"
    Dined on 2/14/2014
  • "We arrived at 7 PM on Saturday night to find a totally empty restaurant. The restaurant was also out of the grouper fingers, which was the one dish I'd been advised to order, so that was also disappointing. Still, the food on the limited menu was pretty good, better than I would have expected for what appears to be more of a bar/nightspot than a serious restaurant. The shrimp cocktail was refreshing and spicy, and the conch chowder was fresh and full of nice vegetables. The drinks menu leans very heavily on rum, which is great if you like rum but not so much if you don't; the beer selections are almost nonexistent (and bad). Overall, a much better meal than I expected for a place like this, but I don't see a reason to return."
    Dined on 1/18/2014
  • "Everything was delicious. But what drew me in was the whole fried lion fish which was beautiful, tasty, and helps rid the carribean of an invasive species."
    Dined on 11/26/2013