Cheers to the weekend! Take a drive out to Grand Cayman’s North Side for a more tranquil island vibe. Swing in a hammock, snorkel in the crystal clear Caribbean Sea and enjoy a Frojito, or two, on the beach at Kaibo Beach Bar.
Bottomless brunch on a Sunday is something of a tradition in the Cayman Islands and Ave Restaurant at Kimpton Seafire Resort serves up one of the best!
Latin street food meets Caribbean seafood with a tasty selection of Margaritas to wash it down at Coccoloba, located at the Kimpton Seafire Resort, Grand Cayman.
October is foodie heaven here in Grand Cayman as the island celebrates Cayman Islands Restaurant Month. Just one of the many reasons the Cayman Islands are considered the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean.
Is Korean street food the next big foodie trend? I certainly hope so!
Grape Tree Café in Bodden Town, Grand Cayman, is one of our favourite spots for a quick bite on a Sunday afternoon. There’s something about the whole experience, driving out to the eastern districts, eating with your toes in the sand and watching the waves, that makes it more than just a bite to eat. We love the Fried Mahi Mahi washed down with coconut water. Don’t forget to pick up your loyalty card!
When you live on an island with a population of less than 60,000 people and your nearest Starbucks is a 90 minute flight away… this is what happens in Vegas!
Is anyone else as obsessed with Coolhaus ice-cream sammies as we are?!