Key Lime Pie Martini
- 1 oz Stoli Vanilla Vodka
- 1 oz Stoli Lemon Vodka
- ½ oz fresh lime juice
- ¾ oz simple syrup
Shake all the ingredients together with ice. Rim a martini glass with Graham Cracker crumbs; add strained contents of shaker; garnish with a lime skin curl.
There’s a new kid on the block, and his name is Salty’s … Sports Bar, that is. The long-awaited opening on July 15 of the latest addition to the Shoppes at Grand Harbour was a huge success. Residents from near and far piled through the doors to get their first glimpse of the décor and order a cocktail from the bar.
Salty’s atmosphere is a warm and welcoming one, with postcards to the namesake sailor gracing the walls. Each appears to be from a honey in every port, and judging by the number, Salty is obviously a very popular lad.
The recycled pallet wood on the walls, coupled with fishing nets and mystical mermaids, gives the place an authentic atmosphere. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Salty’s legacy expand to other islands in the future – it just has a great feel about it.
The nautical theme is a nod to Cayman’s maritime past, and behind the bar you’ll find a bona fide Caymanian mixologist (always a pleasure): Phil O’Connor.
It’s always great to find a local working in the service industry, no matter where you visit in the world. They have inside knowledge on the history of the country, and just bring a down-home charm to their job.
Not only does Phil possess both in spades, he also mixes a mean Stoli Vodka cocktail.
So turn your vessel on a heading that takes you to Salty’s in Grand Harbour and brings you on deck before Master Phil the Mixologist. He’ll sort you out with some tasty grog.