Cayman Islands

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Grand Old House
8
$$$
American
3 reviews
Grand Old House remains one of the island's classiest high-end dining options... Offers white-linen service coupled with a menu of classic Continental and contemporary Caribbean cuisine. — Concierge
The Brasserie
8
$$$
Caribbean
3 reviews
A short walk from George Town's waterfront commercial district, Brasserie makes a tasty luncheon time-out from a day of shopping. — Concierge
Ragazzi Ristorante & Pizzeria
8
$$
Italian
3 reviews
The name means "good buddies," and this strip-mall jewel percolates with conversation and good strong espresso. — Fodor's
Blue By Eric Ripert
8
$$$
Seafood
2 reviews
This is Grand Cayman's premier restaurant, a showcase for the deluxe culinary wares of master chef Eric Ripert. — Frommer's
Vivine's Kitchen
8
$
Caribbean
4 reviews
Take a Sunday drive out to the East End of Grand Cayman and stop at Miss Vivian’s house for a meal — Frommer's
The Wreck Bar & Grill
8
$$
Caribbean
2 reviews
Beach bars don’t come much more friendly than this boozy refuge, which sets up chairs on the sand — Lonely Planet
Calypso Grill
8
$$$
American
3 reviews
A charming, funky, and slightly psychedelic bar and restaurant that absolutely drips with Creole colors, a sense of whimsy, and even a bold and creative elegance. — Frommer's
Ristorante Pappagallo
8
$$$
Italian
3 reviews
A screened veranda reaches over a natural salt-water lagoon on a 14-acre bird sanctuary, creating an extraordinary natural setting for dinner at Pappagallo — Frommer's
Cimboco
8
$$
Caribbean
3 reviews
This animated space celebrates all things fun and Caribbean. Everything from breads to ice creams is made from scratch. — Fodor's
KAIBO Beach Restaurant
8
$$
Caribbean
3 reviews
Isolated on Grand Cayman's northern coast, adjacent to a busy marina, this place serves good food in an irreverent and gregarious atmosphere. — Frommer's
Casanova by the Sea
8
$$
Mediterranean
3 reviews
This local favorite, right in the heart of George Town, is owned and run by the Crescente family, and the cooks here have mastered the art of Italian cooking. — Frommer's
Luca Restaurant
8
$$$
Italian
2 reviews
Minimalist decor means there's nothing to detract from the sweeping beach views here, except maybe the food. — Lonely Planet
Beach House
8
$$$
Caribbean
2 reviews
This refined eatery glamorously channels South Beach and Santa Monica, with a sexy black bar, an earthy color scheme, and sparkly ecru curtains dividing dining spaces. — Fodor's
Pirates Point Resort Dining Room
8
$$$
American
2 reviews
Little Cayman's top eat-out option has been going strong since 1986—six years before the island got electricity — Concierge
8
$
Healthy
2 reviews
When you step up to the counter to place your order at Chicken Chicken, a huge rotisserie of roasting chickens turns invitingly in front of you releasing mouth-watering aromas. — Frommer's
Breezes Bistro ~ Tropical Grill & Rhum Deck
8
$$
American
2 reviews
There isn't a bad seat in the house at this nonstop fiesta festooned with tiny paper lanterns, Christmas lights, ship murals, model boats, and Mardi Gras beads (you're "lei'd" upon entering). — Fodor's
MacDonald's Restaurant & Bar
8
$
Caribbean
2 reviews
Located in the center of George Town and surrounded by office buildings and shops, this restaurant does most of its business at lunch and late in the afternoon, after nearby businesses have closed. — Frommer's
The Lobster Pot
8
$$$
Caribbean
2 reviews
Folksy and charming but not quite as delicious or as polished as Hemingway's, Lobster Pot remains nevertheless an island favorite. — Frommer's
Lone Star Bar & Grill
8
$$
American
2 reviews
Neon lights, a wall of US license plates, a glowing human-size bottle of beer with a saguaro cactus, and the state flag, and you've got a little bit of Texas in the heart of the Caribbean. — Frommer's
Al La Kebab
8
$
Vegan and Vegetarian
2 reviews
This cheerful little joint keeps pumping out gyro-style beef and lamb, and marinated grilled chicken, until 4 in the morning. — Frommer's
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