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Turning green will actually be a good thing this Wednesday, as you'll be showing your support for St. Patrick - the patron saint of...
If you've ever wanted to sport a mohawk, but were too shy to try, you can make your dream come true at Fidel Murphy's...
Cayman Islands residents ventured out to restaurants and bars on Sunday for the first time since coronavirus lockdown measures began in March.
The celebration of Ireland’s most famous saint, St. Patrick, has long extended beyond the borders of the Emerald Isle.
The Neverines band, a popular local group, will make their fans very happy when they take to the stage at Fidel Murphy’s on Sept. 28.
Is it coming home? Legions of British football fans will fill the pubs on Grand Cayman Wednesday afternoon as England seeks to move one step closer to a World Cup championship.
Rival cable companies will be forced to black out television channels carrying coverage of the World Cup football tournament, which starts next week, broadcast rights holder Logic has confirmed.
St. Paddy’s Day, as the Irish nickname it, is one of the Ireland’s most-celebrated events, though regardless of what time of year or day you choose to visit Ireland, you’ll likely find some sort of celebration going on there!
Just when we thought our waistlines would have a chance to recover from the festive season, along comes another gastronomic event to tempt us.
Sometimes we all just crave a delicious, juicy burger, preferably with fries on the side. Whether it’s beef, chicken or a veggie alternative that floats your boat, Cayman has got stacks of restaurants with mouthwatering burger options on their menus. Here’s a selection for under $20 to try:
You do not have to be Irish to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. All nations are welcome to join in and enjoy the craic.
The Cayman Darts League had its first three matches, played at the league’s three venues – Fidel Murphy’s, Salty’s Sports Bar and Popo Jeb’s restaurant – last week.
A Christmas Karaoke Night at Fidel Murphy’s raised about $950 for Stepping Stones, the government program that helps primary school students with emotional or social difficulties reintegrate into traditional schools.
From Galway to Galbraith and from Dublin to Dubai, going green means getting your party on, on St. Patrick’s Day, for a heady mix of parades, pub crawls, performances and prancing.