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Lighthouse Restaurant at Breakers

Lighthouse Restaurant at Breakers (2114 Bodden Town Road, Grand Cayman) — For decades, the Lighthouse at Breakers has been a local landmark, on the tranquil southern shore of Grand Cayman.  The restaurant is a leisurely 25 minute drive from George Town following the scenic coast line and features a creative menu of local seafood and […]

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Guy Harvey’s Grill

Guy Harvey’s Grill (55 South Church Water Front Street, George Town, Grand Cayman) – is restaurant is named after renowned marine wildlife artist Guy Harvey, whose paintings are part of its décor.  A selection of West Indian and French cuisine is provided, served in a comfortable setting overlooking the picturesque harbor.

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Cracked Conch

Cracked Conch (Northwest Point Road, West Bay, Grand Cayman) – this restaurant offers up Caribbean delights and international fare in an unparalleled setting.  Signature conch specialties including tender Cracked Conch and robust Conch Chowders are served alongside new classics including Red Snapper and Short Rib Ravioli.  Open the doors wide, push open those shutters and […]

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Cimboco

Cimboco (Marquee Plaza, Lawrence Blvd., Grand Cayman) — It’s cool and relaxing yet enticing, exciting and colorful, all in one breath. I t’s a feast for the senses with an exhibition kitchen and fire burning oven. It’s a Caribbean Café celebrating the past and future of the Cayman Islands with modern and traditional combinations of […]

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Britannia

Britannia (Grand Cayman Beach Suites, 747 West Bay Road, Grand Cayman) — Located off Seven Mile Beach and connected to the popular Britannia Golf Course, this fun spot is great for dining alone or just to grab a coffee and a newspaper. Join a group of friends enjoying a Bloody Caesar or a casual business […]

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Wreck of the Ten Sails Park

Wreck of the Ten Sails Park (Gun Bay, East End, Grand Cayman) – this park was set up to commemorate the Cayman’s best-known shipwreck.  On February 8, 1794, the Cordelia, heading a convoy of 58 square-rigged merchant vessels en route from Jamaica to England, foundered on one of the treacherous East End reefs.  A total […]

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Pirate’s Caves

Pirate’s Caves (South Shore Road, Bodden Town, Grand Cayman) – these are natural limestone caves located on Grand Cayman’s south shore, and are a nod to the island’s history of pirate activity during the 17th & 18th centuries.  To accommodate the family-friendly tourist traffic, there’s a gift shop with pirate paraphernalia and a petting zoo.  […]

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Pedro St. James Castle

Pedro St. James Castle (Grand Cayman) — Originally built by an Englishman who arrived in the islands in 1765, it is the islands’ oldest surviving building. Local stories also associate it with the pirate Henry Morgan and a 17th-century Spaniard, Pedro Gómez, though there’s no proof. The house is touted as the islands’ ‘birthplace of […]

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National Gallery

National Gallery (Esterly Tibbetts Highway at Harquail Bypass, Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman) – established in 1996, this museum displays and promotes the range of Caymanian artists and craftspeople, both established and grassroots.  As part of its mission to “promote and encourage the appreciation and practice of the visual arts, of and in the Cayman […]

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Mission House

Mission House (63 Gun Square Road, Bodden Town, Grand Cayman) – this is a classic two-floor gabled Caymanian house on wooden posts, dating back to the 1840s and restored by the National Trust.  The building got its nickname from early missionaries, teachers, and families who lived there while helping establish the Presbyterian ministry and school […]