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Cayman Islands Cafes and Restaurants

Aunt Sha's

Aunt Sha's provides a casual, local atmosphere by the sea. Enjoy breakfast on the patio, overlooking the sea or dine in the restaurant for lunch and dinner. Adjoins Aunt Sha's is the Coral Isle, one of the Brac's few nightspots. The Coral Isle provides a more boisterous atmosphere "after hours".


Blackie's is in Watering Place and is best known for its homemade ice cream. The flavor choices are limited but it's scrumptious. (Don't look for low- or non-fat!). Lunch is also served, with fried chicken on the menu.


Edd's Place
Edd's Place serves great food and also hosts a bar. The restaurant is very casual but the menu is plattered with delicious burgers, chicken strips, and fries on the menu.


G&M Diner
G&M Diner provides a local, casual atmosphere with a family setting; no liquor is served. The dishes are authentic Caymanian including island favorites: Conch, Grouper, Kingfish, and turtle. Their portions are generous with Caymanian side dishes: rice and peas (red beans and rice cooked in coconut milk), casava, plantain, and breadfruit. They also serve hamburgers and fishburgers (delicious fresh fish breaded and fried) with french fries for lunch and dinner. Stop by for breakfast, lunch or dinner.


La Esperanza
La Esperanza is located up the road from Watering Place. You'll find good food, music, a bar, and inviting casual atmosphere. Although weeknights are fairly quiet, there is always activities in the bar. The restaurant is normally more active on weekends. Menu items include conch fritters, fish, and jerk chicken.


Sonia's is on the West End, heading toward Stake Bay. Chicken, ribs, fresh fish, and conch are served for lunch. You can eat in or take out.


The Brac Reef Resort
The Brac Reef Resort provides an exciting menu of gourmet specialties, delicious fresh fish and some island favorites. The buffet always provides a varied menu with plenty for a hearty appetite. You can eat in the air conditioned restaurant or dine on the patio among the palms and tropical breezes. The bar is also outside where you can enjoy the picturesque grounds or panoramic view.


The Captain's Table
The Captain's Table is located near the Brac Caribbean Beach Village on the South Side. It's more upscale than some of the other restaurants but there really isn't any formal dining on the Brac. There's a good selection of pasta, conch fritters, and seafood dishes. There are also outdoor and indoor bars, the choice is yours....



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