Grand Cayman Night Club Guide Caribbean
Staying at Grand Cayman Beach Suites, our guests have easy access to these from the readily available taxis at the resort and other public transportation.
Coconut Joe's is one of Grand Cayman's liveliest outdoor restaurants and bars. Joe's also offers great entertainment. Sit back and watch your favorite sports on the big screen or pull up one of the swings that surround the cabana bar while enjoying one of their daily beer bucket specials.
Kaibo restaurant, beach bar and marina, located on a palm frond-ed white sand beach, has become synonymous with barefoot escapism. North Side's hot spot is well worth a look if you haven't visited recently. The drive is via some other worthwhile local sights or come by boat to the marina. There are two restaurants, the beach bar downstairs and 'Upstairs' on the first floor.
Kaibo's 'Upstairs' has reopened as a contemporary restaurant with an elegant relaxed atmosphere. Huge white muslin curtains and fresh local flowers adorn a design concept where 'Modern Caribbean' is reflected in the menu. Chef Steve Fanning from Ontario sources top quality fresh ingredients, locally where possible, and presents his mouthwatering dishes with inventive flair. The extensive wine menu is available for you to pick a fine wine to complement your meal. Inside the air conditioned restaurant is an impressive granite topped bar specializing in a selection of rare rums. Reservations are recommended to dine outside for breathtaking views from the balcony.
On the sand below, Kaibo Beach Bar and Grill is the perfect paradise venue with coconut palms, double loungers and thatched cabanas surrounding the 'tiki hut' style bar. The Grill offers relaxed lunches of fresh sandwiches, salads, wraps and fresh local fish to the sound of reggae music. The popular evening menu enjoys simple meals served under torch light. Tuesday nights get most of the audience dancing to a live local band and a Caribbean BBQ to feast on.
"We Love Sundays" is Kaibo's answer to the authentic Island weekend. Cayman's traditional Sunday destination has always been North Side. Now you can treat yourself to handmade cocktails, ice cold beers, Sunday food specials, even a massage in a curtained beach tent.
"Luna Del Mar" is Kaibo's monthly full moon dining experience that has become the talk of the Island, and well worth planning a visit to. (Always the Friday nearest the full moon. Check the website for dates). You'll need to book well in advance. .
Tel: (345) 943 7469
Vivendi Cabaret has arrived in the Cayman Islands! Made famous by the Moulin Rouge, Vivendi welcomes the cabaret art form to Grand Cayman. Vivendi features a spectacular lineup of over 20 talented artists (with more than 200 costumes) who have performed in over 30 countries and deliver an unforgettable show.
This international show showcases Broadway style dance, operatic performances and daring feats of human abilities. The spirit of the cabaret is captured at Vivendi in two different shows; the Moonlight show (Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings) and the Sunlight show (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings).
In the traditional theatre style, Vivendi restaurant in Cayman offers a complete dining experience with a selection of the finest cuisine elaborated by our award-winning Chef and accompanied by a select Champagne and Wine list.
A children's menu is also available so the whole family can experience a magical evening together in the most memorable of settings Cayman has to offer.
Mondays to Thursdays; 7pm to 1am,
Fridays; 7pm to 2am.
Saturdays; 7pm to 12am,
Closed on Sundays.
Showtime is 9pm.
(345) 943 7821
The whole concept of the Triple Crown Pub in Cayman was to provide a 'home away from home' feeling for all those who enjoy the warmth, comfort and friendship of a traditional pub. The bar combines traditional designs from pubs that you may find throughout the British Isles and Ireland, with the bar itself being designed in Dublin, Ireland, and the furniture and fittings from all corners of England, Scotland and Wales. The menu, as you will see, gives you a comforting choice of traditional, home cooked food from all these homelands.
Triple Crown in the Cayman Islands has great feature nights starting the week with Monday's Curry Night, 2 for 1 Steak Dinners on Tuesday, All Nite Happy Hour from 5pm-midnight on Wednesday, Friday night's Free Buffet, $2.75 beers and 2 for 1 drinks 5pm-8pm and live music every other Saturday. They also have three big screen televisions showing American football, NBA, NHL, soccer, boxing and UFC Events.
east your senses on a good old Irish stew of flavours, atmosphere, service and a well established reputation when you visit Fidel Murphy's Irish Bar in the heart of Seven Mile Beach. Soak up the friendly smiles of Irish hospitality and say "Sláinte" to friends and family over a creamy pint of the best Guinness you'll get on the Island, delivered straight from Dublin. Delight in the cosy atmosphere of the only traditional Irish bar in the Cayman Islands, teeming with old style items straight from the quaint pubs and homes of the Emerald Isle.
Get your teeth into the most delicious and creatively presented traditional style Irish dishes with a contemporary twist - all washed down with the finest of ales, beers, wines, spirits, sodas and juices that money can buy. The family style, friendly atmosphere will make you feel right at home.
If it's the fine food, drink, atmosphere, service and something different you're after, not to mention the "craic", get to Fidel's and experience the green fields of Ireland under the blue skies of Cayman.
O Bar is Cayman's premier nightclub and lounge and offers dancefloor filling music by resident DJs as well as the best, if not the only, flare bartenders on Island. Thursday's Green Lightening is huge - four turntables and two DJs cranking 4000 watts of Rock, Funk, House and Hip Hop - not to be missed.
The Wednesday Night Drinking Club is guaranteed entertainment in and of itself. If you love world class, big city calibre nightclubs, O Bar is the place to be.