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Are there restaurants/grocery near Rum Point on Grand Cayman?

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I was looking at some houses right on the beach near Rum Point with snorkeling nearby that look fantastic. However I also see that Rum Point is about an hour drive from the Seven Mile Beach area. Are there restaurants and/or a grocery store anywhere around the Rum Point end of the island? We don't want to have to drive an hour if we want to go out to eat or pick up a few things.

We have been to Grand Cayman before but it was over ten years ago, and though we visited Rum Point, we stayed on Seven Mile Beach and I don't recall how remote the Rum Point end of the island was.

Thanks!!

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    restaurants:
    kaibo yacht club - downstairs is casual, upstairs is more formal & i think dinner only
    rum point restaurant - dinner only we really liked the place
    rum point beach - grill food, etc and yummy cocktails from beach bar
    over the edge - locals place 1/2 way between old man bay & rum point. 3 meals daily
    you can get dinner at the reef resort, probably lunch too
    there were a couple tiny locals places on the east end
    groceries-
    in minimall across the street from reef resort. tiny but they pack in a lot of stuff
    a small store (not always open) on the road between gun bay & rum point
    there is a gas station at the north end of the road that cuts through the middle of the island (the road with botanical gardens on it)
    we bought the majority of our groceries at a store near the airport with a liquor store next to it. then picked up milk, salad/vegies, bread etc in the little stores

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    In addition and expanding to the above:

    Restaurants:

    Rum Point Club - Fine dinning, dinner only restaurant at Rum Point proper
    Wreck Bar and Grill - Casual lunch restaurant at Rum Point proper
    Kaibo Beach Bar and Grill - casual lunch, Dinner and soon to come Breakfast. 2 minute drive from Rum Point proper
    Kaibo Upstairs - Fine dinning, Thur-Sun Dinner only
    Over the Edge - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. 10 minute drive from Rum Point proper
    Kurt's Korner - Similar cuisine as OTE, 12 minute drive from Rum Point proper.
    The Light House - Fine dinning Lunch, Sunday Brunch and Dinner, a 20 minute drive.
    South Coast Bar & Grill - Casual Lunch and Dinner. 20 minute drive
    Italian Kitchen - Pizza and fine dinning Dinner only, 18 minutes drive.
    Various on-site restaurants at the reef and Morritts resorts. 18 minute drive
    Tukka - Fine dinning Breaksfast, Sunday Brunch, Lunch and Dinner. 20 minute drive
    Eagle Rays - Casual Lunch and Dinner, 25 minute drive
    Bombay Chop Sticks - Casual dinner only, 25 minute drive
    Miss Vivine's - Local food dinner only, 25 minute drive

    Grocery
    Most folks purchase the bulk of their groceries on the way from the airport at any one of the full scale/service Kirk's, Fosters or Hurley's stores en-route.

    Nearby options:
    Chisholms - mini-mart with dry goods, some meat and produce. 5 minute drive.
    Fosters Express - 18 minute drive. All the basics and meat, produce and household supplies
    Fosters Savannah - Full service grocery. 35 minute drive.

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