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    restaurants near Marriott Surf Club

    Hi all! We're finally here!!!

    We have our 2 year old son with us. I was wondering what some really good restaurants are near the Marriott Surf Club. We didn't rent a car, so we'd have to take a taxi if it's far.

    Where are some good places to eat with a 2 year old? He's well behaved in restaurants...

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    aliwnec10
    we like to go to smokey-joes right across the street from the plya linda or to champions in the ocean club. I go with my 4&7 year old all the time.

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    where's the plya linda?

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    the playa linda is about a 5-10 minute walk from the surf club.it is right on the side of the holiday inn witch is on the side of the surf club.then you can walk to the new plaza and watch the water show.

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    Walk the beach, not the road, it is safer. Past the lazy river at the Surf Club, left on the beach until you see the 1st hotel which is the Holiday Inn. Walk past there pool and thru the lobby. When you exit, to your right is anything you want to eat. We always walk to Fishes & More for our 1st night dinner on Aruba. Eat outside, your 2 y/o will be welcome there and the grouper w/lemon garlic is fantastic. It is on the left hand side of the street past Smokey Joe and Hooter, near Tango's and the Tapa's place.
    Aruba where the toughest question each day is "where to dine tonight".



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    There are a ton of restaurants on palm beach....just walk the beach then cut through on of the hotels (say the holiday inn...to the main road....restaurants all up and down.. plus all the hotels have restaurants.....try casa tua...for pizza... smokey joes for ribs.. fishes and more.... in the radisson hotel there is a japanesse steak house.... tons of stuff..








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    Well we've been to Champions twice. We liked it. We went to El Gaucho last night. Loved it!!!! Tonight we're staying close to the marriott. Any really good recommendations??? what about simply fish? or anything like that?

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