As the sun goes down, Grand Cayman’s nightlife heats up! On any given night of the week, you’ll be able to find DJs spinning all the latest tunes and flair bartenders putting on an impressive performance, but locals know that Friday and Saturdays are when the Island’s bar and nightclub scene really kicks off.
It’s an ever-changing scene with new clubs opening and others closing every season, but some have staunchly remained hotspots over the years. O bar Nightclub and The Attic, both located in Queens Court Plaza, have delighted clubbers for over a decade. The latter is something of an entertainment hub, where you can eat, drink, throw darts, and play pool or beer pong. Usually the crowd then shifts next door to O bar Nightclub, where you can dance into the early hours of the morning.
Cayman Cabana is the new host for the popular “After Dark” house music night. Previously located at Bacaro, this trendy evening attracts a large crowd week after week. Head down to Cayman Cabana every Thursday night for drink specials, a great atmosphere and local DJs spinning big tunes into the night.
Barolo Lounge, which is an extension of Edoardo’s Restaurant, is a popular bar for those wanting an entertaining night in a sophisticated setting. Their resident DJ R.K.M. sets the tone every Friday night and their experienced bar staff serve up an array of tasty cocktails.
Next door, Lillies and The Lodge promise clubbers a rollicking good time. The former is a spacious and popular club that regularly hosts events and specials. The latter is a warm and friendly pub-inspired bar with a dance floor and live music almost every night of the week.
When planning your night on the town, remember that bars and clubs in Grand Cayman close at midnight on a Saturday. On bank holiday weekends, some clubs will open at midnight on the Sunday evening.