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Totally caters to the cruise ship crowd. We stopped in for a drink and some shrimp and the place was deadsville. Very expensive. I kind of agree with Dave S below about how the port is ruined by the cruise industry. Kind of sad. You...More
I came in hungry and thirsty after a shore excursion. I just sat at the bar and ordered some local beer from the Cayman Islands and some lava lava shrimp. Both were delicious, and the service was good.
Sorry, another cruise passenger ... LoveGrand Cayman, we were hot and hungry so instead of tracking mid shopping to the ship we were torn between aHard Rock and a parrot ...we hit Margaritaville as we were closer. It was the nice usual restaurant but all...More
Once again, cruise ship ports are ruining what is a scenic city in Grand Cayman! Just another corporate ripoff place that destroys every place they are. When every cruise port has a place like this or a Hard Rock or any of the same that...More
2 years ago we ate lunch at Margaritaville. It was busy, the computers were down, the service was excellent, we had a great time. So we went back this October for an early dinner at 5 pm. The place was dark, only a couple of...More
There are actually two different locations. The one on the seven mile beach is a bit of a walk or easy bus ride. The other is literally across the street from the port. You can see it from your boat is docked (you have to... More
There are actually two different locations. The one on the seven mile beach is a bit of a walk or easy bus ride. The other is literally across the street from the port. You can see it from your boat is docked (you have to take a small boat to the port).