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    Pincho's?

    Has anyone been to Pincho's recently or ever? What did you think of it? My husband & I thought we might stop by there some night during our trip for either dinner or drinks, but not sure if it's still open or if it's worthwhile? I haven't seen any postings on it. Thanks!

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    Senior Member hatteras's Avatar
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    We dined at Pincho's last Feb. It is amazing. The atmosphere can't be beat and the food is delicious. We can't wait to go back there on our next trip.

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    I've had some very nice meals at Pincho's. A sunset meal here can be great.

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    Bon dia.

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    Enjoyed our dinner at Pincho's in March. Pretty breezy, good food, waiter ok (altho no one else has posted problems with this). We thought Mirandi's was better -- no plane noise, also great food, less windy, more attentive waitress!

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    We had a terrific dinner at Pinchos in July. The menu is not extensive so check their website to make sure there is something you like, but the food is well prepared and fresh. A very pleasant evening and not as "gourmet" as MJ's or Marandi's, but definitely worth going to.

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    Pincho's replies

    Thank you all for your replies re: Pincho's. My husband & I would like to try some different places on this trip & both Pincho's & Marandi were on my list, though reading some of the replies, I wonder if they're so similar that we should just choose 1 & then another place in a different location? Are these 2 restaurants both in the same area & similar settings? Thanks so much again!

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    Senior Member jeffnev's Avatar
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    Pinchos is on a pier about 1 mile past the Renaissance while Marandi is near the airport. Both worth trying if you have the time as they have very different menus and feel to them. Pinchos has a better bar and Marandi's food is pretty a notch better.

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    Pinchos is the only restaurant we ALWAYS visit on EVERY trip to Aruba.
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    just don't go too late - it's very dim there and hard to see your food....especially if you're not seated within the main area.

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