Fidel Murphy’s has been a staple on the local scene for many years – a favorite pub for visitors and residents, complete with Irish paraphernalia, booths and high-top tables, a darts corner, footie on the telly and of course, beer on tap.
Pubs pride themselves on their draft beers, and Fidel Murphy’s is no exception. That’s why on any given evening you can enjoy a pint of Caybrew, Ironshore Bock, White Tip or CayLight when you pull a chair up to the bar.
This pub has always offered a fun, relaxed atmosphere to patrons, which is probably why it has been around for so long. It is also home to live music, a karaoke night, carvery buffet on certain days of the week, and the prerequisite pub quiz evenings where teams can test their knowledge against the quiz master.
When you’re sipping your ice cold brew, you can pair it with some of the great grub on the menu like fish and chips, cottage pie, bangers and mash, or the all-day Irish breakfast guaranteed to wipe those cobwebs away. It’s hearty fare like this that keeps people coming back for more.
A pub wouldn’t be authentic without friendly bar staff to serve you. Meg Compton hails from Chicago, Illinois, and has been working at Fidel’s for about six months. She’s already become part of the family, and enjoys the atmosphere at her workplace.
“I really like the clientele here,” she says, “and of course I’m learning a lot about football!”
So when next you fancy a get together with friends, or you’re craving an ice cold brew in a pint glass, stop by Fidel Murphy’s and ask for something satisfying from the taps, courtesy of the Cayman Islands Brewery. You won’t be disappointed.