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Salty’s spices up Cayman’s bar scene

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Salty’s hosted a fun-filled family fun day last Saturday in celebration of the bar’s one year anniversary.

The packed-out event included a bouncy castle, arts and crafts, lots of games, live music and a dunk tank, which helped raise money for local Cayman charity Feed Our Future.

The bar has grown a loyal following since it opened its doors, with many enticed by Salty’s family friendly and easy going atmosphere.

Indeed, Salty’s is helping to entice back the local community to Grand Harbour, an area that once offered a vibrant scene, but became lack-lustre following a number of failed operations.

“Grand Harbour was designed and built to be a gathering place for families and it is certainly nice to see them returning once again, with Salty’s at the heart of it,” Lorraine Bell, Salty’s owner said.

Something for everyone

Salty’s has actively worked over the past year to encourage locals back to Grand Harbour, with an enticing menu, fabulously priced meal deals and regular events.

One of the most talked about nights is Salty’s newly introduced Steak Night. Held every Thursday, guests can enjoy a lip-smacking 8-ounce or 10-ounce steak with fries, starting at a purse-friendly $12.99.

My husband and I gave the Steak Night a test-drive and the steak was succulent, juicy, and cooked to perfection. Washed down with a cool glass of beer each, the bill came in at under $40. A must!

Other popular nights include Salty’s Pizza Night, every Monday, featuring wood-fired pizzas and beer specials. The bar’s pub quiz, every Tuesday, gets the grey matter working and is proving a growing success, while Wing Night every Wednesday offers 65 cent wings and beer bucket specials. And, of course, Friday always offers a lively atmosphere with locals welcoming in the weekend with drink specials and a DJ under the stars.

For those who like to start their day right, Salty’s offers a fantastic English and American style breakfast every weekend, and for those looking for a business lunch, Salty’s express lunch menu is a must.

“Although Salty’s is called a “sports bar,” we tend to think of ourselves as your local neighbourhood pub,” Ms Bell said.

“Salty’s is a great place to not only grab a bucket of cold beer and watch a game, but also to bring the family for an afternoon or evening meal in a cosy, comfortable, affordable environment. There is something for everyone at Salty’s, including indoor and outdoor dining, complete with a bounce house for the kids. We pride ourselves on being family friendly and making everyone feel at home.”

Ms Bell added: “The nicest part about the past year at Salty’s is to see the families showing up in the evenings to have a break from their busy days. The children are playing while the parents can eat and have a nice drink without a large bill at the end of the night.”


About Joanna Lewis

Joanna heads up the team at The Cayman Reporter, bringing more than 15 years industry experience as a newspaper and magazine editor, journalist, features writer and public relations specialist. Originally from the U.K., Joanna graduated with a BA (hons) in Journalism from the University of Sheffield. She is the former editor of a Cayman-based food and wine magazine as well as a former editor of a popular weekly lifestyle supplement covering arts and entertainment. When not focused on the news of the day and the day-to-day running of the business, Joanna likes to find time to write lifestyle articles on her particular areas of interest; food and wine, health and beauty, interior design, travel, and with the recent arrival of her little girl Ella, parenting.

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