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    excellent question.
    hopefully someone will have an answer.
    did u try looking at their menus/websites?
    Quote Originally Posted by gores95 View Post
    Rekindling an old thread rather than starting a new one. We will be bringing for the first time our two daughters (13 & 8) to Aruba. They are well behaved and we will bring them to all our dinners. Just curious if restaurants like MJ, FF, Gasparito, etc. have kids menus or do they make a lighter portion for kids?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    excellent question.
    hopefully someone will have an answer.
    did u try looking at their menus/websites?
    I did try all the websites and I really only saw one or two actual kids' menus.

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    Most restaurants will prepare something for kids if they don't have a kids menu. When are kids were young we never found a place that wouldn't make a pasta dish or something that was more kid friendly for us.

    When you make a reservation just enquire about that.
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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    We brought our then 2.5 year old son with us to Marandi, MJ's, El Gaucho, Gianni's and Sunset Grille and he was more than welcomed. We ate early (6:00-ish) since it seems most couples, including us when we're child-free, like to dine a bit later. Never had a problem finding something for him to eat, either on the menu or by asking...the staff at every restaurant were very accomodating.

    That having been said, we would not bring him to a place like Carte Blanche, Amuse Bistro or Anna Maria's due to the more intimate nature of dining in such places and the length of the meal.

    We make certain to bring things to keep him amused, but which don't disturb other diners, such as stickers, crayons and paper.

    Enjoy your trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WendyS View Post
    We brought our then 2.5 year old son with us to Marandi, MJ's, El Gaucho, Gianni's and Sunset Grille and he was more than welcomed. We ate early (6:00-ish) since it seems most couples, including us when we're child-free, like to dine a bit later.
    That's a great point. I was in Vegas a couple weeks ago and was amazed at seeing stroller-aged children in restaurants late at night and in almost every case they were cranky and irritable.

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