Season to the Bone

Serving some of the best jerk meats outside of Jamaica, Season to the Bone is owned by a Jamaican native.

Food

The menu isn't extensive, but it doesn't have to be. Stew chicken, ackee and saltfish, steam fish, tripe and bean, fry chicken, jerk chicken, jerk pork oxtail, bake chicken, barbecue chicken, steam calaloo, and natural carrot juice irish moss are all available on a daily basis.

Season to the Bone is a popular grill that happens to specialize in Jamaican cuisine. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is very casual.

Ambiance

This laid back eatery allows you to order your food at the counter then dine outside.

Location

Positioned south of downtown Georgetown, Season to the Bone proves to be a nice option for those lodging in the region.

This part of Grand Cayman has your choice of attractions and activities, all helping to comprise this vivacious destination. The nearest points of interest from the restaurant include Dr. Roy's Ironshore and National Trust Visitor Center, both of which are only a quick ride away from Season to the Bone.

Active travelers are also drawn to a full selection of fun-in-the-sun activities in the area. Visitors who find themselves anxious to tee off can blow off some steam at the closest golf club, Britannia Golf Course, which is within traveling distance of Season to the Bone. Also, consider bringing the flip flops for Smith's Cove, which you will find to be the closest beach and is only about three quarters of a mile away. Also note those two are just a couple of the beaches, golf courses, and outdoor sports within the region.

Nearby Restaurants

If you and your group are looking for an area restaurant with similar menu items or a similar atmosphere, there are lots of nearby dining spots to choose between, including My Bar.

Of course, if you're looking for a change of pace, this region of Grand Cayman boasts a wide range of food and beverage establishments, offering many different cuisine styles and menu items. For example, you could also try the food served at Cafe Tortuga.

A larger portion will cost you about $15(USD), which is inexpensive compared to the rest of the dining scene on the island.

Contact Info

Location: Georgetown, Grand Cayman

Phone: (345) 326-6094

 

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