Located this close to Cuba and Latin America, it is no wonder that Cayman has a big percentage of the community that loves a bit of salsa music. The Office Lounge on Shedden Road in George Town celebrates salsa every Tuesday night from 9pm-2am with DJ Docta on the turntables. The evening is perfectly complemented by margarita drink specials, which should be enough to get your hips swaying to the beat.
You never know what Chef John Dunne is going to come up with from one week to the next. Every Monday, walk in the doors of Fidel Murphy’s pub, confident in the fact that a special burger awaits you. Ingredients are usually piled high, giving even those with a detachable jaw pause. Beef patties, pork patties, eggs, bacon, melted cheddar, onion rings…they’ve all been featured in the past. If the culinary equivalent of Jenga makes your mouth water, this is your Nirvana..
The best kind of happy hour is the one that runs all day. Salty’s Sports Bar in the Shoppes at Grand Harbour gets you through Wednesday hump day with wings and buckets of beer at such a great price, you can act like Rockefeller and treat your friends. Buckets of Michelob Ultra are $18 a go and the meaty wings are $0.65 each.
No need to rush, there is plenty for all.
Seating available indoors and outdoors. Visit the Facebook page for more info.
Macabuca at Northwest Point in West Bay is where you want to be for a different perspective of the Caribbean Sea (gosh, that rhymes!). On Friday nights, start off with happy hour special pricing on drinks from 5-7pm, then sit back and listen to one of Cayman’s finest solo singer/ guitarists from 7pm while you let your worries wash way.
Take a seat at the tiki bar or pick your spot out on the patio. A menu is available in case you wish to snack on something.