When Friday is right around the corner, it’s easy to get caught with a bad case of the Thursdays. This is when you figure there is only one more day of work, so you can go hog wild the night before.
The Mango Tree on Shedden Road is known for its Karaoke & Dance Night with DJ Docta, starting at 8pm. There is no cover charge, possibly because like Forrest Gump and his box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get. Could be some amazing singers, could be some caterwaulers but it is always a good time out.
Getting into step can be a daunting task when you don’t have the moves. Luckily, you can get free dance lessons,
courtesy of Salsa Night at the Wharf every Tuesday. Dancing queen Quiana Erb starts things off at 9:30pm with some basic routines so you can let the Latin rhythms spirit you away, just in time for everyone else to take to the floor. This is a fun, no-pressure night where even those with two left feet are welcome.
Warning: Can become addictive.
Those who give you a hard time for being a know-it-all will be begging you to join their team for the monthly Cayman Islands Humane Society Pub Quiz, held every third Thursday of the month at Fidel Murphy’s.
Get there early for good seats. Up to six people are allowed on one team (tip: always have a sports expert) and the entry fee is $10 per person. Fantastic prizes up for grabs and your money goes to animals in need.
As you leave the office, where do you head? The Office Lounge in George Town, of course! Don’t worry, ties are definitely optional and there isn’t a desk computer in sight.
The filing cabinets have been replaced by a bar and the fax machine plays music. Happy Hour runs every day from 4-7pm with 50% off liquor and $2 off wine, beers and cocktails.
Bottle service is available if you really want to make an impression, otherwise just get a round in!