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December 15, 2017
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Cracked Conch
Enjoy the view, sunset to sunrise at Cracked Conch!
Food
specials
Food
specials
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North West Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 945 5217
Fax : (345) 945 0577
Fine dining, casual tiki bar, snorkelling, diving, sunbathing and dancing all in one location
The perfect place to relax!
Happy Hour!
Happy Hour!
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Located at The Barcadere Marina, North Sound Road, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 947 4892
Located on the waterfront at The Barcadere Marina, it's the perfect place to relax after a day out on the water, unwind after work or simply hang out with friends
Guy Harvey's Restaurant and Bar
Stop by for a midday bite when shopping downtown. West Indian and classic French cuisine
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On the waterfront, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 946 9000
Very popular bar and restaurant specialising in classic French cuisine and West Indian dishes
Hemingways Restaurant, Beach & Pool Bar
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Special offer
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747 West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 746 1234
A modern take on Asian fusion cuisine with a stunning pool and beachfront setting.
Jimmy Buffets Margaritaville
Margaritaville has been serving up lots of fun since it opened in the heart of George Town
Free bag!
Free bag!
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Waterfront, George Town, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 949 64274
Fun bar and restaurant with live music, DJ, party games and a water slide!
Find over 80 different wines
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Corner of the Paseo and Market St, Camana Bay, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 640 9492
A true tasting room with 80 different eclectic and exclusive wines by the glass, each served perfectly via state of the art Wine Station® machines.
Decker's Grille and Lounge
Complete with an original English double decker bus, the bar/lounge and restaurant feature giant palms and colonial pillars
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West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 945 6600
This famous restaurant is host to dazzling visual decor and provocative culinary dishes
Duke's Seafood & Rib Shack
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Special offer
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Trafalgar Square, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 640 0000
An authentic beach shack that's a tribute to Cayman's abundant sea food and BBQ culture
Lone Star Fun!
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Special offer
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686 West Bay Road, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 945 5175
Lone Star Bar & Grill is a casual Tex-Mex restaurant and sports bar on the SMB corridor.
Apres Beach
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The Strand, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 323 1669
An after party hot spot decked out with beach and ski décor.
Stunning waterside dining
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898 Austin Connelly Drive, East End, Cayman Islands
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Main : (345) 947 2700
If you’re craving cuisine from down under head to Tukka in East End, where great food is served with a laidback ocean front atmosphere

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