Curt Booker performs romantic favourites and Broadway Tunes at Benjamin’s Roof, Coconut Place, Tue-Sat 1930-2300, T9454080. Paraguayan harpists play for dinner guests Mon-Sat at The Wharf, T9492231. Hear jazz at The Bed Restaurant, Mon evenings, T9497199. Sharkey’s nightclub, Cayman Falls on West Bay Rd, T9475366, Popular Mon nights, dancing to disco and reggae.
Apollo II Club, North Side, T9479568, local groups such as Cayman Edition, as well as rock, reggae and other Caribbean music. McDoom’s Club Inferno, Hell, West Bay, T9493263. The Barefoot Man, calypso and a dash of country music is at Rum Point on Mon and Fri nights. Coconuts Comedy Club, is at Sharkey’s and Hook’s Seafood Grotto. There is also a comedy cruise aboard the Nautilus, Tue, 1700-1930, US$18, cash bar. The Cayman National Cultural Foundation, T9495477, puts on plays and musicals at the Harquail Theatre on West Bay Rd, T9495477. The Cayman Drama Society uses the Prospect Play House, a small theatre on the road to Bodden Town. There is a cinema on West Bay Rd with 2 screens, 2 showings a night Mon-Sat, CI$6 adults, CI$2.75 children, T9494011.
For local colour visit Farmers, off Eastern Av, near the school. The Landmark on Harbour Drive is fairly typical ‘pub’, popular with expatriates, food not recommended but great for drinks. Open-air bars are Sunset House and Blue Parrot on South Church St. In down town George Town, Captain Bryan’s Seaside Patio, T9496163. With a patio overlooking the harbour.
Rackham’s Pub, North Church St, T9453860. Good rum based drinks, light meals, view of harbour, food good value. The Tree House is an open-air bar right on the beach on North Church St. Thatched hut, pleasant tropical atmosphere. West Bay Polo Club, T9499892. Sports bar, speciality nights, eg sushi on weekdays, always popular. Royal Palms Seven Mile Beach, bar, food, the ‘in’ spot and Lone Star Bar and Grill, next to the Hyatt Hotel, West Bay Rd, T9495575. Favourites with sports fans, showing international sporting events nightly.