Dinner and a show
Drive out to East End and take a seat on the patio of Tukka restaurant. This Aussie-inspired eatery has a menu featuring fresh fish dishes, conch and crocodile fritters and kangaroo sausage sticks, in case you want a taste of Down Under.
Every day at 5pm, you may think planes are about to land on the beach, but it is just a flock of magnificent frigate birds looking to be fed. Watch the action from the comfort of your chair or step in to try it yourself!
We know; brunch isn’t technically at twilight, but if you indulge as you should, it will probably be dark by the time you get home.
Every Sunday from 11am-3pm, KARoo in Camana Bay holds its BBQ Brunch with various meats and vegetables up for grabs, along with a breakfast and dessert station.
Cost is $30 for adults and $12.50 for children 12 and under. Bottomless sparkling wine is only an additional $19;
Call 946-6633 for reservations.
Some of Cayman’s best local musicians can be found playing at Peppers on West Bay Road and the band on Saturday nights is no exception. At 8pm every week, Los Tropicanos takes to the stage, led by veteran singer, songwriter and multiinstrumentalist, Burmon Scott. There are plenty of Caribbean tunes to dance to, but you’ll also find your toes tapping to classic hits by a wide range of bands from across the decades. Tip: the parking lot fills up early.
Fancy yourself a bit of a Brainiac? Then gather yourself a team and prepare to do battle at Salty’s Sports Bar every Tuesday night.
Hosted by Dr Doug from BOB FM, the trivia starts promptly at 7pm and covers a mess o’ subjects sure to tantalise and test your grey matter. There are Absolut, Fireball and Michelob Ultra drink specials with great prizes to be won.
For more information call 333-1944 or just swing by Salty’s, located in the Shoppes at