Drinkers can soon go to Hell

Club Inferno given approval to reopen

Club Inferno at Hell will reopen as
a nightclub and daytime bar following the granting of retail liquor and music
and dancing licenses in principle.

The approval came during the Liquor
Licensing Board of Grand Cayman’s quarterly session last Thursday in Customs
Headquarters at Owen Roberts Drive.

 Club Inferno licensee applicant Duane W.
Ebanks spoke of plans to re-open the facility.

“Right now we have over 50 per cent
fitted so far,” he said. “We’ve been through the plans and have drawings laid


The new Club Inferno will utilise
half of the current location and will feature security cameras outside and
inside the building. There will be wheelchair access added as part of the

Mr. Ebanks explained that during
the day, the bar would also serve the many tourists and cruise ship passengers
that visit Hell daily, as well as locals who would support the bar.  During the evenings, he said there are plans
to have live music.

 “On Friday and Saturday nights we plan to have
concerts with local bands,” said Mr. Ebanks, adding that the establishment has
been closed since Hurricane Ivan in September 2004. 

He said that there were plans to
introduce a dress code, plus security guards on duty at the venue, particularly
on the live music nights of Friday and Saturday.

Licenses are approved in principle
by the Liquor Licensing Board of Grand Cayman subject to all conditions being
subsequently met to the satisfaction of other bodies including Department of
the Environment, the police force and the fire service.