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    Flying Fishbone or Old Man of the Sea?

    Last visit was 3 yrs ago and we loved the Flying Fishbone -- which one should we pick for our trip next month?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windy View Post
    Last visit was 3 yrs ago and we loved the Flying Fishbone -- which one should we pick for our trip next month?
    Well....in good conscience I can only say Flying Fishbone. Read all the past reivews. Make reservations so you can be there for sunset.

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    scrap both for Wacky Wahoo

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmorin View Post
    scrap both for Wacky Wahoo
    Paul...don't forget there's something to say for ambience...YES, I agree with the Wacky Wahoo because its great, but FF offers that sunset view and feet in the water routine.

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    Ok, so I guess it will be Flying Fishbone,for a dinner on the beach! Heard that it's much more crowded now, with many more tables. Still a romantic atmosphere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windy View Post
    Ok, so I guess it will be Flying Fishbone,for a dinner on the beach! Heard that it's much more crowded now, with many more tables. Still a romantic atmosphere?
    it depends on how packed it is. simply put, if its a full house expect to hear your neighbor's conversation. also, you'll have to suck ur gut in when you leave your table to go exit or use the restrooms.

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    Senior Member Windy's Avatar
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    Any other suggestions for a dinner on/at the beach?

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    mirandi is by the water - on a secluded pier to be exact. it's behind the airport. also, most of the high rise hotels have their own beach dining settings. space is limited and may require reservations. the only drawback is that you're on the public beach - thus, people will be walking on the shore as you eat. this is how passions is.

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    Personally we love Passions. It is conveniently located to the high rise and low rise resorts which makes it a "reasonably priced" taxi ride, and ambiance as well as food and service are top notch.

    Here is a listing of restaurants on the island serving dinner on the beach http://www.restaurantsaruba.com/dinner_beach.html

    Addtional info
    http://www.aruba.com/forum/tags/restaurants%20romantic.html

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