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    We love Whacky Wahoos however it has always been a challenge to get in there. The best way is to just go in person to make a reservation. If you don't mind eating later you can get in without a problem. I was told last year by owner he was expanding. The prices are extremely reasonable. For more upscale my husband loves Madamn Jeanettes almond crusted grouper. It actually hangs off the plate it is huge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diann24 View Post
    We love Whacky Wahoos however it has always been a challenge to get in there. The best way is to just go in person to make a reservation. If you don't mind eating later you can get in without a problem. I was told last year by owner he was expanding. The prices are extremely reasonable. For more upscale my husband loves Madamn Jeanettes almond crusted grouper. It actually hangs off the plate it is huge!
    Wacky Wahoo's has expanded. More space but the same about of tables.

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    Well what was the point in that???? You mean the expansion did not mean more room/tables?? How silly!

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    silly? IMO, no.
    the tables in the original space of wacky wahoo were crammed in and the place was uncomfortably tight.
    now the space is about 25% larger and the tables are not as crammed.
    more comfortable seating.

    Quote Originally Posted by Diann24 View Post
    Well what was the point in that???? You mean the expansion did not mean more room/tables?? How silly!

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    The Pelicans nest on Pelican Pier has the best grilled grouper on the island IMHO. It is located between the Holiday Inn and Playa Linda. You get a large grilled filet with grilled veggies, rice and a role for about $22. You sit right over the water. We go at 6:30 and watch the sunset. Madame Janette's has our second favorite. Almond crusted grouper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple View Post
    Hello all, could you tell me where the places are for really good seafood?
    Florida.

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    My favorite meal in Aruba is Caribbean Grouper at Barefoot. I order it every time we go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatteras View Post
    My favorite meal in Aruba is Caribbean Grouper at Barefoot. I order it every time we go there.
    That's what I get too. Delicious!!!

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    My favorites:
    Barneys for grouper
    Driftwood for Fresh Catch Wahoo

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    Thanks for sharing this. Grouper is my husbands favorite and it is good to know of another place that serves it up good. I will keep this in mind for my next trip to Aruba which is too far away!!! Grrrr! January 2015.

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