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    Sunday brunch

    Where and how much for Sunday brunch. Who is the best.
    also Linda's pancake or the Dutch pancake place. Which one








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    The restaurant at Tierra Del Sol has a magnificent brunch.

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    We prefer Linda's to the Dutch Pancake place downtown.
    But we do like the place downtown.

    Quote Originally Posted by sunworshipperII View Post
    Where and how much for Sunday brunch. Who is the best.
    also Linda's pancake or the Dutch pancake place. Which one

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    I like Linda's and the Dutch Pancake House, but give a slight edge to Dutch Pancake House. We're not much for brunch but always enjoyed breakfast at Salt and Pepper.

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    Thanks peg and Andrea. Can't wait








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    The Hyatt has an elaborate Sunday brunch with a steep cost of $50ish per person. Hopefully someone who has been will add some comments here.

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    The Hyatt brunch is incredible the few times I have done it so they get my vote.

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    We like La Vista at Marriott for a good brunch at a reasonable cost. I think it was about $25 per person.

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    Love the Hyatt Sunday brunch - everything you could possibly imagine that should be on a brunch buffet menu and they are so accommodating and willing to create special items if they can. We had a sober individual dining with us and they wanted the bananas foster, but there was rum in the ready made sauce so the cook said please wait and went to the kitchen to get some fresh ingredients to make it without alcohol Great setting too - we love the grounds of the Hyatt with the birds & swans and the interactive musicians "Jersey in the house" is very funny in the middle of an acoustic Billy Joel tune!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    We did brunch once when Matthews used to do it but we honestly hated wasting our morning eating when we could have been on the beach. Is it bad that as long as the sun is shining and the beautiful beach is there that we just rather be beach bums rather than spend a few hours eating? We can get Sunday brunch here at home but we can never get a beach as awesome as the beach we get in Aruba! My favorite breakfast in Aruba is eaten under our palapa!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayshea View Post
    We did brunch once when Matthews used to do it but we honestly hated wasting our morning eating when we could have been on the beach. Is it bad that as long as the sun is shining and the beautiful beach is there that we just rather be beach bums rather than spend a few hours eating? We can get Sunday brunch here at home but we can never get a beach as awesome as the beach we get in Aruba! My favorite breakfast in Aruba is eaten under our palapa!
    Great point... and that's why we rarely shop and never tour.... it's all about the beach. Guess I'm just not multi-dimensional.

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