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    On the beach toes in the sand...Palm Beach and Eagle Beach area...
    Passions On The Beach
    Simply Fish (Marriott)
    Azull at the Westin

    The Hyatt and Radisson also offer "private", read $$$, beach dining. The Bucuti on Eagle Beach offers the same service as well.

    In Savaneta...
    Flying Fishbone
    Old Man & the Sea Old Man & the Sea is next door to the FFB.

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    thanks for all the ideas, now which one to pick?

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    If you really want to enjoy something special, the Hyatt dinner on the beach is amazing. You have your own table under a torch-lit tent and you can add-on treats such as flowers or guitarist. I did it as a surprise for my husband and another year we treated our friends on their anniversary. It's expensive but it is also a dinner you'll never forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weimaraner View Post
    If you really want to enjoy something special, the Hyatt dinner on the beach is amazing. You have your own table under a torch-lit tent and you can add-on treats such as flowers or guitarist. I did it as a surprise for my husband and another year we treated our friends on their anniversary. It's expensive but it is also a dinner you'll never forget.
    Pampered in Paradise at the Hyatt
    www.hyatt.com/hyatt/images/hotels/aruba/PamperedParadiseMenu_2%2007.pdf

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    take arubalisa's advice - you will not be disappointed.

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    We have had great dinners at Old Man and the Sea. Live music on Tuesdays and Thursdays, I believe. Food and service have been great the last couple visits. Enjoy!

    HUFFDADDY

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    thanks huffdaddy, i'll add to the list to check out

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    Highly Recommend Hyatt Beachside Dining

    We had an amazing dinner there last year with my family including our 3 young children (7,5,1.5). The staff was very attentive and the view was amazing. I am pretty sure the food all comes from the same kitchen which we really enjoyed during our stay there, especially the chimichuri. It was worth the splurge for an evening I will never forget!

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    Has anyone ever tried either the sunset serivce or the diiner on the beach at the Hyatt?

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    Mabbi what did you think about Pirates Nest? Never been, but like to try next time we are in Aruba..
    Yes Passions wonderful.

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