Get Out

Get Out is the Cayman Islands’ free calendar listing of entertainment and things to do during the week. If you want your event listed, or have a story for the Entertainment supplement, contact Anna Wootton at [email protected], or call 949-5111. Deadline is noon Tuesdays.


Brasserie: De-stress happy hour, 4.30pm to 7pm. Complimentary canapés, seated neck and shoulder massages by Body Works, drink specials.

The Office Lounge: Bona Fide band play live from pm to 11pm. Admission is free.

Post Restaurant: Chill out Italian-style from 5pm and enjoy a complimentary buffet.

Hard Rock Café: Curried chicken, rice and beans on the free happy hour buffet. $3 Bud Light special and $5 lime and strawberry margaritas.

Aqua Beach: Presidente Fridays. $13 buckets of Presidente all night. Two-for-one happy hour drinks and two for one appetisers. Live music 5pm to 7pm.

Senor Frogs: Happy hour, 5pm to 8pm, Fiesta Latina, the newest Latin night in Grand Cayman. Best in merengue, bachata, soca, reggaeton and salsa with DJ Flex, two-for-one drink specials from 8pm until 11pm. Admission $5.

Fisherman’s Reef Bar and Grill: Dance the night away with local band Thanks and Praises, 9pm to 12:30am. No cover. Happy hour, 5pm to 7pm.

LI Nightclub: Ritual Fridays presents Swagger at Club L.I.! Receive a few hip hop and R’n’B CD courtesy of L.I. Lounge and Club. Beat the Clock Happy Hour with 50 cent drinks from 8pm.

Havana Club Cigar Lounge: Live jazz with Absolut Joy, 10pm to 1am.

Jungle Club and Lounge: Dance music through the ages with DJ Miguel, from 8pm to 2am.

South Coast Bar & Grill: Happy hour 5pm to 8pm, beers $2.50, regular mix $4.50 and live entertainment from 8.30pm to 1am with all the best in reggae, soca and calypso.

Solana at the Marriott: Buccaneer’s Feast, Cayman’s largest all-you-can eat Caribbean feast, 6pm and 8pm. Price: $45, $22 for children, 10 per cent local discount. Call 949-0088.

Helium: Happy hour, from 4pm. DJ Lin and Scatta Hype.

Lone Star Bar & Grill: Prime Rib Night, $17.

Stingers: Happy hour, 5pm to 9pm with live music by local band Heat.

Breezes by the Bay: Countdown to Sundown happy hour, from 5pm till 11pm.

Sapphire: Executive happy hour, 4.30pm to 8pm, drink specials, complimentary sushi, $1 oysters, $7 martinis. DJ from 9pm to am.

Hammerheads: Happy hour, 5pm to 7pm with free buffet.

Bacchus: Bubble Night and Super Steak Fridays. Complimentary caviar canapés all night, Veuve Clicquot bottle for only $49.95, or $9 a glass. Also, eat as much tenderloin steak and drink as much red wine as you can $49.95.

Macabuca at the Cracked Conch: Local musicians Chuck and Barry play live.

Royal Palms: Local band plays light reggae, soca and calypso from 8.30pm to 12.30am.

Triple Crown: Two-for-one drinks, from 5pm to 7pm and free buffet.

Beach Club Colony: Happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

Cohiba: Havana House, featuring the latest salsa, meringue and club beats. Free hors d’ouevres all night, 5pm to 2am. No cover.

Ritz-Carlton Silver Palm Lounge: After 8, featuring DJ Alexi, from 8pm until 1am.

Deckers: Hi Tide plays live every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30pm to 10:30pm.


Suite Elite will be playing live at Treasure Island on Seven Mile Beach fortnightly. Watch Cayman’s premier 80s rock and pop tribute show band live at Treasure Island.

Havana Club West Shore: James Bond night. Specials on martinis, mojitos and house-rolled cigars.

Brasserie: Wine specials, from 5.30pm. Two glasses of wine and Mediterranean platter $20.

Abacus: Classical Saturday Morning featuring signature breakfast creations, 10am to 2pm.

Hard Rock Café: Happy hour from 5pm to 7pm. All you can eat wings and all you can drink for $ 25.

Fidel Murphy’s: Karaoke, 9pm until close.

Jungle Club and Lounge: Karaoke and dancing with DJ Miguel, 8pm to midnight.

Countryside Shopping Centre in Savannah: Santa is visiting the shopping centre every Tuesday and Saturday until 23 December. On Tuesdays visit Santa from 5 to 7pm. Free pictures with Santa by Picture This, free cotton candy and snow cones and a free raffle with lots of great prizes.

South Coast Bar & Grill: Karaoke from 8.30pm to midnight and Saturday Night Boxing.

Senor Frogs: Fun Family Time, noon to 6pm, bouncy castle, face painting, balloon artist.

Royal Palms: Live soca and calypso music featuring local bands.

Bacchus: Three-course wine dinner, $34.95, including two glasses of wine. Also Monday and Wednesday. Call 949-5747 for reservations.

Royal Palms: Local band plays light reggae, soca and calypso from 8pm to 12am.

Beach Club Colony: Happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, complimentary hors d’oeuvres.

Calico Jacks: DJ jam night, from 8.30pm until close. Happy hour 5pm to 7pm.

Ritz-Carlton: Bona Fide presents Sophisticated Saturday, with Isadora on the piano and lead vocals, Rennard on the congas and surprise guest musician, from 9pm to midnight. Free admission.

Deckers: Hi Tide plays live every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30pm to 10:30pm.

Mezza: Saturday Sensation, weekly changing three-course dinner menu, includes a bottle of red or white wine, $80 for two.

7 at Ritz-Carlton: Breakfast buffet, $24 plus gratuity, from 7am to 11am. Sunday also.

Havana Club: Feel the blues with Red, White and Blues, from 8.30pm. Free salsa lessons 3pm to 6pm.

Sapphire: Disco Fever, all the classics from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. DJ from 8pm to midnight.

Periwinkle, Ritz-Carlton: Morroccan Market. Seduce your senses with the piquant spices of Tangier and Marrakesh and satisfy your appetite for the exotic. $35.

LI Nightclub: Soca Rave at L.I. Nightclub and Lounge with $1 vodkas.

Books & Books has story-telling and craft sessions for children from 10.30-11.30am.



Marriott: Champagne brunch at Solana, 11.30am to 2.30pm. $42, plus gratuities. Call 949-0088 for reservations.

Prime: Brazilian Sunday brunch, 11am to 2.30pm. $29 per person.

Mezza: Sunday brunch, 12pm to 3pm, all you can eat, $25, bottomless Mimosas $10.

Westin: Champagne brunch, 11.30am to 2.30pm. $42.95, plus gratuities. Call 945-3800 for reservations.

Ritz-Carlton 7 restaurant: One of the island’s most extravagant Sunday brunches, from 12pm to 3pm. $85 with champagne, $58 without. Call 623-7489.

Ritz-Carlton Ambassadors of the Environment: Reach new heights and experience Grand Cayman’s only outdoor climbing wall. Gear up to climb the 28-foot wall and learn climbing techniques and fine tune their abilities on a series of routes with the right amount of challenge for any ability. Fully supervised for children and hourly lessons also available for adults, from 12pm to 3pm. CI$30. Reserve your spot by calling 815-6861.

Cracked Conch: Sunday brunch, 11am to 3pm $26, with champagne $42.

Café Med: Sunday Italian brunch, $18.95, from 11pm to 3pm.

Icoa Fine Foods: Sunday Champagne Brunch mini-tasting, from 8am to 3pm. Alcohol served after 11am. $20 plus gratuity. Call 945-1915 for reservations.

Triple Crown: Sunday roast carvery, all you can eat, $12.95, from 12pm to 2.30pm. English, Scottish and Irish daily papers available.

Fidel Murphy’s: All you can eat roast Sunday carvery, from 6pm to 9pm. $13.95.

Beach Club Colony: Happy hour from 4pm to 6pm, complimentary hors d’oeuvres. Jamaican Caribbean buffet $15, gratuities included. Call 949-8100 for reservations.

Portofino: Sunday buffet, 11.30am to 3pm. $20.95. Call 947-2700 for reservations.

Brasserie: Sunday’s Secret Pleasure. Different three course menu each week, with wine, $75 per couple.


Havana Club – Free salsa lessons, 5pm to 9pm.

Triple Crown: Weekly Business Lunch Specials, $12.95 for three courses, Monday to Thursday, 12pm to 3pm. Also curry night, $10.95.

Next Level: Monday Madness, all you can drink. Admission $25 for men, $15 for women from 9pm.

O Bar: Service Industry Night with celebrity bartender. Service industry prices.

Fidel Murphy’s: Monday Madness, all you can eat fish and chips with Becks or Miller Lite beer, $12.95.

Macabuca: All you can eat Caribbean buffet, $15, 5pm to 10pm. DJ spins the tunes from 9pm.

Bacchus: Fondue night, choose from cheese, $18.95, Bourguignon, $34.95 and chocolate, $12.95.


Calico Jacks: Open mic night.

Marriott: Barefoot dinner. Enjoy dinner on the beach. Space limited. Call Solana restaurant for reservations – 949-0088.

Portofino: Indian night, 5.30pm to 10pm. Call 947-2700 for reservations.

Jungle Club and Lounge: Karaoke and disco dancing, from 8pm to 1am.

Country & Western Bar & Restaurant: Countryoake, from 8pm to 11pm, extended happy hour.

Lone Star Bar & Grill: Kids eat free, 5pm to close.

The Wharf: Free salsa lessons from 9.15pm. Dance the night away until close. No cover charge.

Fidel Murphy’s: Steak night, finest steaks on island with complimentary glass of wine.

O Bar: Rock Star, 10pm to 3am. No cover charge. The best in punk, modern and hard rock.

Deckers: All you can eat lobster night, 5.30pm to 10.30pm.

Bamboo: Local jazz band Intransit, from 8pm to 11pm.

Triple Crown: Two-for-one steak dinner $17.95.

Reef Resort: Dine and dance to the unique sounds of the Barefoot Man from 7pm. Reservations suggested, call 947-3100.

Havana Club: Local band Hi-Tide, from 8pm.

LI Club & Lounge: R&B Tuesdays, free admission.


Ritz-Carlton: Bona Fide perform live in the Silver Palm Lounge, with Isadora on the piano and lead vocals, and Rennard on the congas from 9pm to midnight. Free admission.

The Attic: Wednesday Night Drinking Club, 7.30pm. $25, which includes T-shirt, wristband, mini-bus transport to several bars throughout the night with drink specials and free entry to O Bar on the trip’s return. For bookings, call Michael Chambers on 525-4881 (after 1pm).

Abacus: The Ultimate Threesome, 5pm-8pm. With each cocktail or glass of wine, enjoy two complimentary creations of the chef’s Amuse Bouche.

Sapphire: Brazilian night, 8pm to 1am. Discover Brazilian culture with traditional drinks and food, Capoeira performance.

Solana Restaurant at the Marriott Beach Resort: All-you-can-eat Lobster night. $65. Enjoy superb sun-set dining by the sea. For reservations, call: 949-0088.

Lone Star Bar & Grill: Half Price Wing Night.

Next Level: Coalition DJs play the finest reggae, dancehall, R&B and retro classics.

Morritt’s Resort: Big Kahuna comedy show, from 9pm. $10 admission. No reservation needed.

Bacchus: Fondue night, choose from cheese, $18.95, Bourguignon, $34.95 and chocolate, $12.95.

Morritts Tortuga Club: East End, Local band Hi-Tide, from 7pm to 10pm.

DJs Café: Strictly live reggae music by Caymanian band Impulz, from 10pm to 1am

Bamboo: DJ Craig spins an eclectic mix of crowd favourites and buddha bar chill out tunes.

Pirates Den: Jam Night. Happy hour, 4pm to 7pm.

Blue: Experience the taste of three world-renowned champagnes with the unique Champagne Dive Menu. A sparkling complement to the three-course fixed-price menu at Blue, by Eric Ripert.

Cracked Conch: Hi-Tide play live, 7pm to 10pm.

Periwinkle, Ritz-Carlton: Mesa Espanola. Explore the exotic flavours of Spain with a selection of hot and cold gourmet tapas, the chef’s special Paella Valenciana, and homemade sangria. Evenings only. $35.

Deckers: Chef Ron will combine bush tukka flavours with Caribbean fusion. Taste the home-grown Down Under meat and seafood such as kangaroo, New Zealand lamb, barramundi, orange roughy, prawns, cockles paired with the wines from down under.

Books & Books holds a story-telling session for children from 10.30-11am.


Karaoke Thursdays start at Boatswain’s Beach’s Schooners Bar and Grill. Hosted by Noel ‘Nolly Brown’, admission is free and it will kick off at 7pm.

Suite Elite will be playing every first Thursday of the month at Royal Palms. See Cayman’s premier 80s rock and pop tribute show band live.

Aqua Beach: Heineken Music presents Open Mic Acoustic Jam Night from 8pm. Buckets of Heineken $13 all night.

Grand Old House: Jazz night, 6pm to 9pm. Live jazz and tailored lounge menu.

Atlantis Submarine: Night dives, 7pm.

Jungle Club and Lounge: Karaoke and disco dancing with DJ Lewis, 9pm to 1am.

South Coast Bar & Grill: Karaoke with Cayman Elvis from 8.30pm to 1am.

Next Level: Caliente with Vibe FM. Salsa, meringue, bachata and reggaeton with DJ Flex and Yo Yo.

Helium: Twisted. Music by La Familia, drink specials. Best in dancehall, reggae, hip hop and R&B. From 8pm. Admission free.

7 Prime Cuts and Sunsets: 7 En Feugo, steak and lobster grill with Latin fever and South American flare. Enjoy grilled steak and lobster, made-to-order ceviche and caipirinha specials. $75.

Hemingways: Rodizio night featuring Brazilian Rodizio barbeque, caipirinhas and caipiroshkas, $42 per person.

Fidel Murphy’s: Re-runs of all your favourite British comedies.

Deckers: Hi Tide plays live every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7:30pm to 10:30pm.

Peppers: Timeless Thursdays, the best of vintage reggae music from 8pm until close. $5 cover charge.

Royal Palms: Live soca and calypso music featuring local bands.

Bacchus: All-you-can-eat champagne and lobster, 7pm to 10pm, $49.95. Tuesday nights as well.

O Bar: Green lightning. Four turntables, two DJs with vocal accompaniment playing a selection of rock, funk, house and hip hop, 10pm until 3am.

Senor Frogs: Fun family time, 5pm to 8pm. Bouncy castle, face painting and balloon artist.

LI Nightclub: Bembe, Caribbean’s best dancehall party! Come out to see Cayman’s best dance crews tearing up the dance floor.


Grand Old House: Cuban jazz pianist Leyannes Valdes, daughter of Chucho Valdes, plays 6.30pm -10.30pm Monday to Saturday; lunchtime on Fridays from 12.30 pm.

Centre Spot Sports Bar: Happy Hour, 5pm to 8pm. Screening all major sporting events.

Westin: Pianist George Davidson, Wednesday through Saturday, 8.30pm to 11.30pm.

Hammerheads: Happy hour, 5pm to 7pm.

Brasserie: Random Acts tasting menu, except Sunday. An eight-course tasting menu. $75 per person, $95 with wine. Or, five courses for $50, with wine $70. Drink specials daily, 4.30pm to 7pm. Tapas menu available.

7 at the Ritz-Carlton: Lunch buffet, with daily changing action station and complimentary sodas. $19.50, $12 for children.

The Reef Resort: Divers Express, all you can eat breakfast buffet, 7am to 10am, $12, children younger than 12 $7. Happy hour, 5pm to 7pm.

Mezza: The Refined Happy Hour, 4pm to 7pm, appetisers for two, from a selection of five menu options, and a bottle of wine for $30. Specials on beers, house wines, martinis and champagnes.

Ritz-Carlton: Enjoy traditional afternoon tea, a tradition at the Ritz-Carlton since 1927, from 2pm to 4pm, choice of three menus, priced from $25 to $42 plus gratuity. Reservations needed – call 943-9000.

Champion House II: Breakfast buffet, 6.30 am to 10.30am; lunch 11am to 3pm.

Lone Star: Happy hour, Monday to Friday, 4pm to 7pm, $3 beer.

Gecko Beach Bar & Grill: Sunset Happy Hour, 4pm to 7pm.

Havana Club West Shore: Happy hour, 3pm to 7pm.


Friday, 9 January

See Ocean Drive live in their first Live on the Paseo performance at Camana Bay from 6 to 9pm.


Friday, 16 January

Heat will perform Live on the Paseo at Camana Bay from 6 to 9pm.

Sunday, 18 January

Art for the Palate at Pedro St. James from 10am-5pm. All works exhibited will be related to the theme of Food.

Wednesday, 21 January

Enjoy Business After Hours at Camana Bay presented by the Chamber of Commerce and Camana Bay from 5:30 to 7:30pm. Head to Camana Bay’s town centre to kick off the new year in festival style as Camana Bay partners with Cayman Carnival Batabano for an evening filled with music and fun with bites from the grill, dance performances and the latest news from Camana Bay.

Friday, 23 January

Smooth Bill Annie will be featured for the first time at Live on the Paseo in Camana Bay. They will perform from 6 to 9pm.

Friday, 30 January

An Underwater Film Festival and Silent Auction will be held at the Harquail Theatre from 7 to 10:30pm, with proceeds benefitting CITA’s marine conservation efforts.

Saturday, 31 January

From 6pm to midnight, a Brac Aid Concert will be held on the Paseo at Camana Bay. Bands include Gone Country, Cayman Cowboy, Barefoot Man, Suite Elite, and the Cayman Brac Roosters. Donations received will benefit the ongoing relief efforts on Cayman Brac by the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman. Admission is free.


Art for the Palate at Pedro St. James will be presented by the Visual Arts Society from 10am-5pm. All works exhibited will be related to the theme of Food.

Hard Water, an exhibit featuring the works of young Caymanian artist Manuela Dack, is available for viewing on the ground floor of 62 Forum Lane in Camana Bay.

Zahir Art Exhibit at Café Del Sol, Camana Bay. Featuring work by artists Sandra Salangana, Joseph Betty/Gumba. Proceeds from sales of artwork will go towards the Blue Iguana Recovery Programme.

Water Sense at The Gallery, Ritz-Carlton, featuring work by some of Cayman’s most revered and creative talent, including Al Ebanks, Sue Widmer, Avril Ward, Patrick Broderick and Charles Long. Exhibition runs until February.

Seth Chwast: Icons of Cayman at the National Gallery. Seth Chwast was diagnosed with autism as a young child. A dramatic change occurred at aged 20, when he took an oil painting class at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Seth, who rarely speaks, began describing and his works have now garnered international acclaim. The 33 paintings on display were inspired by a visit to Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands earlier this year. It continues to February.