Eagle Rays, situated on site at East End Dive Resort, Ocean Frontiers, is a characteristic, water-front island style ‘bare foot’ bar and restaurant that encompasses a chilled, laid-back environment where no shirt or shoes is no problem!

Eagle Rays, situated on site at East End Dive Resort, Ocean Frontiers, is a characteristic, water-front island style ‘bare foot’ bar and restaurant that encompasses a chilled, laid-back environment where no shirt or shoes is no problem!

Eagle Rays Dive Bar and Grill

Cuisines

Caribbean, International

Hours

Monday - Sunday: 11.30am-9.30pm

Review

Food price: $$

Meals

Dinner, Lunch

About us

Eagle Rays, situated on site at East End Dive Resort, Ocean Frontiers, is a characteristic, water-front island style ‘bare foot’ bar and restaurant that encompasses a chilled, laid-back environment where no shirt or shoes is no problem! One of their biggest draws is their infamous lionfish tacos which are not only delicious but also support the local fight against this invasive fish species. Enjoy relaxing on ‘Island time’ while enjoying a wide choice of refreshing cocktails and take in the expansive, panoramic Caribbean Sea views.

About us

Eagle Rays, situated on site at East End Dive Resort, Ocean Frontiers, is a characteristic, water-front island style ‘bare foot’ bar and restaurant that encompasses a chilled, laid-back environment where no shirt or shoes is no problem! One of their biggest draws is their infamous lionfish tacos which are not only delicious but also support the local fight against this invasive fish species. Enjoy relaxing on ‘Island time’ while enjoying a wide choice of refreshing cocktails and take in the expansive, panoramic Caribbean Sea views.

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Features

    Ocean View
  • Outdoor dining
  • Parking

Things to do nearby

Pedro St James SAVANNAH

Pedro St James is one of the oldest buildings in the Cayman Islands. It was built in 1780. Today the property is a well-preserved historical site and attraction managed by the Tourism Attraction Board. Pedro St James spans across seven acres and is a short 20-minute drive from George Town. The property is open daily from 8.30am to 5pm. Visitors can opt for a guided or a self-guided tour of the space. The last guided tour is at 4pm each day. This attraction also features a theatre and a bar. The property is also a popular wedding venue in Grand Cayman.

Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park NORTH SIDE

The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, located on the North Side of Grand Cayman, is a stunning conservation park that showcases Caymanian culture, flowers, fauna and natural species. There are woodland trails to explore, gardens to visit, and a two-acre lake to admire. Visit the Blue Iguana Habitat and catch a glimpse of a “blue dragon”. Look out for parrots, rare aquatic birds and butterflies too. There are various gardens including the Floral Colour Garden, Heritage Garden, the Xerophytic Garden and the Orchids at the Park. It is the perfect location for picnics, outings and feeling at peace with nature.

Rum Point NORTH SIDE

Located on the picturesque north side of the island, “Rum Point”, named after barrels of rum that washed ashore after a shipwreck, extends for seven miles to divide the two “arms” of Grand Cayman. It is truly a retreat, ideal for relaxation on its white sandy beach. Shallow, clear waters provide spectacular snorkelling and water sports. Delicious food and shady trees add the perfect elements for an afternoon siesta in one of the beach hammocks!

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