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    Brit pubs.

    I know this is going to raise an eyebrow or two, but does anyone know if there is either
    (a) a British type pub anywhere on the island, as in maybe downtown or perhaps in one of the hotel lounges or
    (b) anyplace to perhaps get cider on the island?
    We're meeting friends from England, and as much as everyone loves the local beers and such, not everyone drinks beer for whatever reason. Granted, the obvious solution is to pack our own, but weight could be an issue. Are we even allowed to bring something like a can of cider or 3 in the luggage? (No, not carry on, I realize that...)

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, and I know I'm likely going a stretch here, but anything is possible in paradise... or so we would like to think.

    6 more weeks, or 42 more snoozes, oh, will this waiting ever end....?

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    You might want to try Kildaires, yes Irish Pubs are a little different than English pubs, but the english do skip over to ireland on weekends to visits the pubs

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    Thank you for the response Cosmo.
    Now that I know there's one on the island, could anyone give me a hint as to where Kildaire's might be?
    Is that the place downtown just off the main street? Down where Carlos 'n Charlies used to be?
    Sounds familiar, but not too sure.

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    It is near where Carlos and Charlies was.
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    I'm not sure if Kildare's is still there. Haven't heard anything about the place in a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz - Aruba Lover View Post
    I'm not sure if Kildare's is still there. Haven't heard anything about the place in a long time.
    I can only vouch to its existence through April of 2008.
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    We went to Kildare's in May 2008. There were about 10 people in there. I don't know if it's still open but it was next to Senor Frogs. We were able to get cider at the Paddock as well. That's downtown too.

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    Ah... you just said the magick word... cider.
    That's what I was hoping to hear.
    And just when I thought Aruba couldn't get any better.

    40 days and counting....
    And still the snow is flying.


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    have fun and let us know what you find

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRfan View Post
    We went to Kildare's in May 2008. There were about 10 people in there. I don't know if it's still open but it was next to Senor Frogs. We were able to get cider at the Paddock as well. That's downtown too.
    Had a guiness on st pats day and also in july last year. I'll let you know if it is there when we have our annual anniversary guiness in a couple weeks.

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