The Shoppes at Grand Harbour will be celebrating new additions to the neighborhood this weekend when Salty’s Sports Bar and Mike’s (outdoor bar) officially open their doors.
Located to the north of the Shoppes, looking out toward the waters of North Sound, the bars will be a welcome enhancement to the property that is also home to Hurley’s market and many retail stores.
With entertainment befitting the launch of a great ship, the festivities will run on Friday and Saturday, including live music from the Cayman Music Collective, a bouncy castle for the kids and prize giveaways.
For the first time, patrons can taste the wood-fire roasted pizzas on the new menu and wash them down with a Captain Morgan and cola for $3 or a bucket of Heineken for $15. Salty himself would definitely approve! Take a picture with the Captain and tag on social media for nicely priced drinks.
The interior of the sports bar has been revamped with a definite nautical theme, featuring pretty pinup girls adorning the walls and ships braving the high seas. Of course, both seamen and landlubbers are welcome to share stories as they belly up to the bar for some grog.
The opening of Salty’s and Mike’s is part of the growing revitalization plan for the Shoppes at Grand Harbour, with projects already in the works to bring back the family-style restaurant that people have been craving.
“We are really excited about this launch,” said Lorraine Bell, owner of Salty’s and Mike’s. “We’ve been listening to our customers about what they want at the Shoppes, and we’re confident that these new bars fit the bill perfectly. They offer great value for money and a centrally located watering hole with nicely priced menus, particularly for those living on this side of George Town through Savannah and beyond.
“With the plans to include a high end wine and spirits bar, coffee shop and family-style restaurant in the near future, the Shoppes are only going to get bigger and better over the coming year.”
For more information, visit the Salty’s Sports Bar Facebook page or call 333-1944.