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    Unique experience restaurants

    Talking about the animals as Nos Cunuco got me thinking

    What are some unique places to eat either where you are eating or what is going on while you eat, or etc...

    Obviously the dinner on the beach thing is a neat experience....

    Los Gaucho's musicians and atmosphere is neat.

    Nos Cunuco with the barnyard animals?

    What are other places that are unique...

    Even unique ways of serving... like Texas De Brazil with the people coming around serving...

    I have family that will only be to Aruba once in their life due to age and I'd like it to be something that they remember as truly unique...

    Any thoughts? By the way... the only one I've been to that I named was Los Gaucho's.... the rest... correct me if I'm wrong.

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    You mean El Gaucho? I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEEL View Post
    What are some unique places to eat either where you are eating or what is going on while you eat, or etc...
    Tango used to have Tango dancers performing, I believe however the dancers have been done away with.

    The Ostrich Farm http://www.arubaostrichfarm.com/bar_restaurant.html

    Amazonia Churrascaria provides a similar experience to Texas De Brazil

    Blossoms- teppanyaki grill
    Benihana- habachi table

    Buccaneer- dinner surround by tropical fish aquariums


    I am sure others can suggest unique places
    the only one I've been to that I named was Los Gaucho's.... the rest... correct me if I'm wrong.
    Are you referring to El Gaucho? www.elgaucho-aruba.com/


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    Yes... definitely El Gaucho not Los gaucho's, haha

    Been 4 years,

    Good start to the thread... anyone eaten at the Ostrich farm and thoughts?

    Is the Buccaneer's aquariums worth seeing?

    Stuff like that...

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    Papiamento - beautiful setting (they can walk through the house as well) and the food is really good. It is a "dining experience".

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    are there any places that do a luau type thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEEL View Post
    Yes... definitely El Gaucho not Los gaucho's, haha

    Been 4 years,

    Good start to the thread... anyone eaten at the Ostrich farm and thoughts?

    Is the Buccaneer's aquariums worth seeing?

    Stuff like that...
    We've had lunch at the Ostrich Farm a couple of times. The ostrich burgers are great (very lean meat which I like.)

    We like the large tanks at the Buccaneer that have the turtles swimming in them - fun to watch while eating dinner.
    ~Amy~ - 35th trip to Aruba: New Years Eve 2017/2018 -- Zihuatanejo, MX: March 2018 -- Ireland: June/July 2018 -- 36th trip to Aruba: Sept. 2018




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    Unique
    Charlie's Bar
    (not my cup of tea but many many folks love it and do not consider their Aruba experience complete until they have gone to Charlies) in the heart of san nicholas
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    a great outdoor restaurant (covered by a roof) overlooking acres and acres of cactus, good food, lots of rooom to roam, laid back spitting distance from the drive in theater and balashi plant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
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    Marina Pirata. Delcious fresh, locally caught seafood dining on a dock out over the water. No railing. Water is lit which attracts the fish and patrons tossing samples of their food...
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    Madame Jennette's -- get the almond encrusted grouper..wonderful!!

    Also, do a beach front dinner either at flying fishbone or at one of the high rises where you eat on the beach at tables.

    Driftwood -- the white sangria is out of this world

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