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    Senior Member Terry Joz's Avatar
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    Old Man and the Sea

    Someone told me old man and the Sea was destroyed in the hurricane, is that true?
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    Terry,

    The Old Man and the Sea is open for business! I was there just minutes ago (Sunday, 9 November 2008). Jonathan was there and diners were piling in early. I will be posting a short video on my blog probably Tuesday. Mrs. 44 and I will be dining there next week or so.

    Enjoy your Aruba visit.

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    Had a lovely birthday dinner at Old Man and the Sea last week. Great food, wondeful setting, and great service.

    We had visited "The Flying Fishbone" in the day time, and it looked very nice too. However, the tables are much more spread out at Old Man and The Sea giving diners more privacy and intimacy. One of the crew on our sailing trip recommended "Old Man" to us, and we were glad we took their advice. Hope you enjoy your meal too!

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    Does anyone have some info re: a number for OMATS so I can see if I could make a reservation? Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiianmoonlight View Post
    Does anyone have some info re: a number for OMATS so I can see if I could make a reservation? Thanks.
    The concierge at your resort can make a reservation for you upon your arrival, or in advance reserve@theoldmanandthesearestaurant.com

    http://www.theoldmanandthesearestaurant.com/About_Us.html

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    wow, you're quick! thank you! silly question, but, do you know the area code for that #?
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    011 297 735 0840 is dialable from the U.S.

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    again thanks arubalisa! i tried the email and after submitting my reservation request the computer then went onto ask if we had POP3 or IMAP and other things I just didn't know, , and I just knew you'd have the answer!

    Catherine
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    We were at Old Man and the Sea two weeks ago and left very disappointed. Dinner was okay but the service was terrible, and it wasn't that busy. At one point we noticed that all the diners were doing the exact same thing - looking for someone, anyone to bring a check. Days later we ate up the road at the Flying Fishbone where we had great service and good food at the same price.

    I advise you to avoid Old Man and the Sea. There are so many other good options where you'll get treated much better.

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    Sounds like thorgan works at the Flying Fishbone

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