Live music

Kaibo’s Tuesday night Barefoot Beach BBQ is back with Bona Fide playing tropical music until 9pm.

The BBQ begins at 5:30pm and includes a chance for you to try your luck at limbo or dancing in a conga line. Bona Fide is a well-known, locally established band with the delightful lead singer Isadora Ferrao at the helm.

Tickets are $29 per adult and $15 per child. Ferry transfers round trip from Camana Bay are $20 for adults and $10 for children under 12.

Happy hour

Why stay in town when you can head out to one of the Cayman Islands’ most historic sites? Pedro St. James in Savannah is seated in the midst of manicured lawns that lead to a craggy coastline overlooking the blue Caribbean Sea. Every Friday, you can visit The Outpost at Pedro and get two-for-one drinks from 5-7pm. If you’re really enjoying yourself, maybe you’ll tarry a while and see some pirate ‘spirits’ wandering the property.

The bar is open until late.


The Attic in Queen’s Court Plaza isn’t just a great hangout spot, it is also one of the few billiard lounges on the island. All skill levels are welcome and Friday nights are the best time to give it a try. Why? Because from 4-7pm it is free to play!

Not just that – it is 50% off spirits; wine and bubbles are only $6 a glass; and wings are $0.50 each. You may find that your game improves, the more you imbibe.


DJ Docta can be found spinning the hits somewhere almost every night of the week. On Fridays, you’ll find him at the hugely popular Mango Tree on Shedden Road from 6-11pm. This is the night for Top 40 Caribbean chart busters so you can let your hair down and dance if you wish or just people watch for hours. Mango Tree has really become a hotspot over the years; get there early for a good seat. Happy hour prices are strictly enforced.