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    Breakfast on sunday?

    Hello everyone. I'm looking for a good place for breakfast on day Sunday. I help? Thank You !!!... Palm Beach or Eagle Beach zone

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    Hey dani.... welcome to the forum. Hyatt has a wonderful Sunday brunch and Radisson does a nice breakfast buffet. You can get a breakfast sandwich at Scott's Brats and a good breakfast at Salt and Pepper. All are a short walk from the Radisson area.

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    welcome to the aruba.com community forum

    in addition to what CP has already mentioned......in the lo rise area at Casa DEl mar is Matthews and they have a terrific breakfast.
    the LaCabana poolside restaurant has a good breakfast selection too!

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    Dani- Last couple of times we did Windows for Brunch.
    Outstanding!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    welcome to the aruba.com community forum

    in addition to what CP has already mentioned......in the lo rise area at Casa DEl mar is Matthews and they have a terrific breakfast.
    the LaCabana poolside restaurant has a good breakfast selection too!
    My vote is for Matthews. Great ambiance and good reasonable priced breakfast. You sit near the beach and watch the waves and sugar thieves with a nice little breeze. The restaurant is open but roofed.

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    The Hyatt is REALLY expensive for brunch so be prepared to lay down some Doubloons. And their version of "champagne" (which it isn't) should be avoided.

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    Scott's Brats is closed on Sundays, they need their rest. MooMba has a great buffet and endless mimosas for less than $20 per person. Make sure you order the unlimited mimosas at the beginning or they are about 6.50 each. It is located between Surf Club and Holiday Inn. You can usually find parking near by.

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    Brunch at TierraDelSol, ruinsdelMar, salt and Pepper, Aquarius, windows all great



    QUOTE=dani;267270]Hello everyone. I'm looking for a good place for breakfast on day Sunday. I help? Thank You !!!... Palm Beach or Eagle Beach zone[/QUOTE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by dani View Post
    Hello everyone. I'm looking for a good place for breakfast on day Sunday. I help? Thank You !!!... Palm Beach or Eagle Beach zone
    Hi Dani,

    Welcome to the Aruba.com Community forum!

    I've heard La Vista at the Marriott is a bit pricey but really nice. Ruins del Mar at the Hyatt is beautiful an has a huge, pricey Sunday brunch buffet. The Promenade used to do a tapas style brunch on Sundays - not a buffet, but cooked to order which was nice. Not sure if they still do it.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    Thanks!!!

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