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Cafe del Sol customers say goodbye to Camana Bay branch

The Camana Bay branch of Cafe del Sol brewed its last cup of coffee on Wednesday (31 October).

The doors were closing on one of Camana Bay’s original tenants, after their lease was not extended.

Customers told Cayman 27 what they would miss most about our local coffee shop.

“I’m kind of sad, to be honest. Obviously, Cafe del Sol has been here since the beginning of Camana Bay and also it’s been driven out by an international brand.”

“Honestly I really feel sad, I have two sons, we always come here with the strollers, we go inside with the strollers. The food, this one is my favorites, I’m gonna miss it.”

“They did tell me they’re re-opening in 2019 but two months is a long time to wait for coffee, I’ll have to find somewhere else or bring in my own coffee.”

And if your caffeine craving is really strong, Cafe del Sol still operates two branches in Marquee Plaza and on Fort Street.

About the author

Caroline James

Caroline James

Caroline joined Cayman 27 in September 2018 after seven years working for Sky News in London, both as a Producer on the World News programme and, latterly, as News Editor on the Foreign Desk, where she led coverage on the ground of stories as diverse as the 2016 US Election, corruption allegations surrounding FIFA and The Oscars. Before this, she worked as a Producer for Associated Press Television News (APTN) for two years, based in their London headquarters. Caroline graduated with a BA Hons degree in Arabic, French and German from Durham University, before gaining an MA in Television Journalism with distinction at City University, London. When not hunting down stories in Cayman, she can be found playing tennis, practicing Bikram yoga or enjoying a beer on Seven Mile Beach. You can reach Caroline at or 326-2243.

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