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    Senior Member lizzardo's Avatar
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    According to this he was 62 and a tourist but I don't see a mention
    of what nationality. Think it was a heart attack.


    http://www.awe24.com/?main&id=2510&offI ... ate=2010-1

    http://www.24ora.com/content/view/15583/8/

    It would be a mexican resturant - just like they had in town.

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    CnC joy of joys
    sawdust on the floor
    whistle blowing
    binge drinking
    ahhh joy of joys

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    Senior Member lizzardo's Avatar
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    Amen to that Andrea! You could 'consider' old the place in town
    a 'restaurant'... Yeah right!

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    Again like I said before the place is what you make of it. You dont have to "binge" drink in there. The line where they give shots is a line you volunteer to go into. I'm sure that the owners will make sure they control the age of the visitors. I know that they do it with the other places they have. If you have been to the Village area you would see that its not young kids running around and getting wild and crazy. When you walk into Busters and Chino there are security guards at the door. I have seen several times them card people that look young. The old Carlos and Charlies was not controlled at all. Before you are so quick to judge the new place you should really be openminded and try it out. I'm sure it will have some of the same concepts which I personally love but it will be done in a different fashion.

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    Heidi - Don't want to argue with you and don't think I'm misjudging you.

    It's just Carlos & Charlie's has a bad rep. It's up to them to prove
    otherwise. Also (for reasons I won't say) the place is a 'scar'
    to aruba. It was always a place where bad things have
    happened. Fights, Drugs, Really Drunk people, No supervision (as you
    said yourself - teen drinking).

    I don't know if there will be new owners on this place. But
    all you have these days is your reputation and 'your word'.
    That's what you come into the world with and that's what
    you leave with. Nothing else really matters except your
    deeds.

    So they have a 'long road' to get over their reputation.

    It's just that they have been so bad in the past, it's no wonder
    that people are doubting their word now.

    Enough said.

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    I know this is old but......

    Has it opened? and if so, where is it located?

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    I don't believe it has opened yet and in my opinion I hope it doesn't.... keep it downtown. Really don't want to see a lot of young people drunk staggering around the palm beach area....after all CNC doesn't have a very good reputation... So time will tell.








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    Quote Originally Posted by BGlynn0211 View Post
    Has it opened? and if so, where is it located?
    It is supposed to open at The Village Mall opposite the Radisson.

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    I'm not 100% sure on this one. The government announced a while
    ago that it is not granting any more 'club' licenses in the Palm Beach
    area only in OJ.

    I have heard they are saying this is a restaurant not a club but I think
    that is debatable to what was opened in OJ. Yes it had food but
    was known for excessive drinking and was a problem for the police.
    I had been there once for the food (lunch) - which was horrible - and was
    dismayed when I heard a siren go off and the staff went around
    pouring drinks into the mouth of customers.

    Not a "family friendly' restaurant for sure!

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    The building that Carlos & Charlies is going in to, is not that large. As a person that does not like casinos as much as my fellow travelors, I am looking forward to some nightlife in that area. it is well light & not down a side street.

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