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    Windows on Aruba also has an excellent brunch on sundays

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    The Hyatt sounds great. We may have to consider that one instead!

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    the Radisson has a seafood buffet(on Fridays??) so so.

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    With the reopening of the Aruba tower at the Radisson and newly renovated Sunset Grille, their Sunday brunch is back as well. The price is still $35 pp + service charge.

    Also interesting to note that if you have the breakfast or lunch plan as part of your package you may take advantage of the brunch for a $16 pp "upcharge".
    Last edited by Arubalisa; 02-07-2013 at 01:35 PM.

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    ArubaLisa,

    Do you know if there is a "dress code" for the Radisson Sunday Brunch? I thought there was one for that restaurant, but not sure if it applied to Sunday Brunch. Just wondering. I enjoy this Sunday ritual and would like to give this one a try.

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    44, I am sure that "resort casual" at the Sunset Grille is perfectly acceptable.

    Windows on Aruba at one time had insisted on long pants for men for all of their meals, but even that has gone by the wayside.

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    Sunday Brunch

    We enjoyed the Hyatt Brunch very much although we have not been to Hyatt's Sunday Brunch in a few years. However, the buffet is very large with plenty of choices including carving stations. Truly too much to eat if you try all that the buffet has to offer. If you are going to the Hyatt Sunday brunch, I suggest making an 11 a.m. or 12 noon resveration and have a light breakfast earlier and a light dinner that evening so that you can try all of the selections on the buffet. The cold shrimp platter is huge & delicious and they even have oysters. Champagne and mimososa's keeps flowing. Try to get a table in the Ruina's Restuarant facing the pond with beautiful swans. Bring your camera .
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    Brunch

    Can someone recommend a good brunch spot thinking mimosas and bloody mary's...yum. Staying @ the Aruba Beach Club. Thank you!

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    Matthew's - which is located right next door to the Aruba Beach Club:
    http://www.matthews-aruba.com/home/index.html
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