50/50 Chance? Coin-Flip Choices for Eating Out at the Grande Cayman

There are so many restaurant choices in the equation on vacation.


Especially in Myrtle Beach. There are worthy choices everywhere, so we’ve picked two for each meal — and left it up to a coin flip. Toss caution into the wind, or at least into a flip of the coin.


Let’s get flipping.

Fun Facts About the Coin-Flipping History

We bet you didn’t know these. At least 50% of them.

  1. The Romans played “ship or head”

The first metal coins emerged in the 7th century BC. Romans called the coin flip “navia aut caput”, which means “ship or heads.”


  1. You should call the side that’s facing up to begin

Science says a coin has a 51% chance of landing with the side showing before you flip. It’s a slight advantage, but if you can see it, call it. Most people have a superstitious reason for calling heads or tails, though.


  1. Tails might have the edge

The head side can weigh more. That means it’s possible it’ll fall on that side more often than the other. It’s a toss-up.


Did you know that eating a good breakfast helps your body regulate glucose during the day? It’s best to eat within 2 hours of waking up.

Heads: Blueberry's Grill

Get imaginative for breakfast and brunch at this laid-back yet chic eatery with a patio. You can’t go wrong anywhere on this menu, especially with steak and eggs and excellent biscuits. Visit Blueberry’s Grill online to download the rewards app.



The Plain Jane French Toast is anything but ordinary. Blueberry muffins and Eggs are a specialty, and the Waffle Blast is a delicious take on a breakfast shake. Choose Oatmeal and Chobani for a healthy alternative. Or the Atlantic Seafood Omelet for something unforgettable. Hash Benedict, Jungle Island Skillet, and the Biscuit Shack Sandwich look so good.


Tails: Croissants Bakery & Bistro

The menu at Croissants Bakery & Bistro features baked goods and American diner food. Bananas Foster French Toast and California Benedict are great. And the grits might be the best you’ve ever had. They’re also famous for desserts, pastries, and wedding cakes.



A Peach Bellini and Sunrise Pizza make a wonderful start to the day. The Smoked Salmon Toast comes on housemade sourdough. The Tropical Smoothie is delicious. Try the Southern Benedict or Bistro Chicken Crepes for a distinctive breakfast.


Regarded as the day’s most important meal in some nations, “lunch” comes from the formal “luncheon.” That is a formal Northern English term meaning “noon drink.”

Heads: Croakers at the Pier

You’ll get amazing service, with drinks rarely getting low or any entree not satisfying you. If you enjoy sweet tea and spectacular ocean views, Croakers at the Pier is the place for you. Enjoy fresh local shrimp, sandwiches, salads, and more at this casual joint.



How about Hot Chicken Wings for an appetizer? The Shrimp Salad and Double Burger are popular choices. And you can get a Flounder Seafood Basket blackened, grilled, or fried. 

Turtle Bay Cafe

Tails: Turtle Bay Cafe

It’s lunch with a view at another spectacular on-site option at Grande Cayman Resort. Turtle Bay Cafe is steps away from the ocean and the resort’s many pools and features a full bar. It’s a joint the locals like to frequent, too.



The Fried Pickled Spears are delicious, and the Chicken Caesar Salad is yummy. Choose a Turkey Sandwich, Buffalo Shrimp Wrap, or Chicken Tenders to take poolside. Grilled Cheese for the children and a Caribbean Kiss Bucket Drink for the parents? You might like a Tropical Admiral on the rocks or Frozen Strawberry Margarita. They also serve a refreshing Pina Colada Daquiri.


Even though dinner usually happens in the evening, the word “dinner” is from the Old French word “disnar.” It means “breakfast.

Heads: Due South at 72nd

Onsite at Grande Cayman Resort, Due South at 72nd is recently renovated and has a fun cocktail menu, too. A great choice for happy hour, it’s a welcome spot for families, too. Carolina coastal cuisine gets a modern twist.



Due South offers a great opening of Fried Green Tomatoes and a Southern Cobb Salad. Blackened Mahi Tacos are a hit, and the kids will love the burger and fries or shrimp plate. Save room for a Giant Sharable Cookie.

Grande Cayman Due South

Tails: Gios Italian Kitchen

Every plate here is fantastic. And with attentive service, you’re talking about a must-visit restaurant on your trip. It’s an upscale restaurant with a wonderful wine list and ambiance. Gios Italian Kitchen is family-owned and operated since 2014.



Open with Charcuterie and Crunchy Garganzola Salad. Spaghetti Bolognese features braised veal and beef. Chicken Marsala al Funghi is a favorite. Try Pesca del Mar, a masterpiece of scallops, lobster claw meat, and mussels over linguine. Ask your server for wine recommendations.

Father and Children on the Beach

Discover Why Grande Cayman Is a Generational Delight

Many guests to Grande Cayman resort came as children with their parents. They bring their own families today. You’ll find a helpful staff and a Starbucks on-site with a lovely beach view. Check out current money-saving specials, and plan your visit to Grande Cayman today.



Grande Cayman outdoor pool balcony
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