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    Smile Wacky wahoo's or other good seafood?

    I read that wacky wahoo's was a very good seafood restaurant. Has anyone been there? We have been to Aruba once and went to the Driftwood, I remember liking it but was woundering if anyone would suggest we try something else. We are a family of 2 adults and 2 kids aged 10 & 11. Kids would rather eat chicken fingers, but we love fish. Any kids menus at the seafood places?
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    I have never eaten at Wacky Wahoo but I do know that Buccaneer is a great place for fresh caught local fish & great seafood. It is famous for it's 7,800 gallon aquarium and has been around for 27 years.
    Other reasonable and delicious seafood places in Aruba for you and your kids to have fun at are Sunset Bistro at Divi Phoenix,Promenade, Sushi Ya at Playa Linda is great and if kids don't like Sushi than grab a subway adjacent to Sushi Ya and enjoy the view and sounds of Aruba at night.
    Another great place is Blossoms at Westin with all asian dishes and great seafood.
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    Iam in Aruuba now.....

    we ate at the whacy wahoo's last night, FANTASTIC! It was small and kids would be fine!!
    The snow is everywhere I look, I cant wait for that view to be palm trees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold in NY View Post
    we ate at the whacy wahoo's last night, FANTASTIC! It was small and kids would be fine!!
    Thanks for the info. Is this a place I need to make reservations at in advance or just when I get there? Thanks

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    Thank you for the information too! I will be in Aruba is a few weeks and was considering this for our first night there. Any further details about your dinning experience would be appreciated.
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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    I have not eaten at Wacky Wahoo's yet, but I've heard good things about it.
    Check out their website at: Wacky Wahoo’s

    Other seafood restaurants on Aruba are:
    Aqua Grill - A bit pricey, but fantastic fresh fish.
    Brisas del Mar - Great view
    Buccaneer
    Driftwood
    Fishes and More
    Flying Fishbone - Most romantic sunset dinner on the beach
    Hadicurari - Relatively new, excellent fresh fish and great service
    Marina Pirata
    The Old Fisherman

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmelly View Post
    Thanks for the info. Is this a place I need to make reservations at in advance or just when I get there? Thanks
    Wacky Wahoo's does not take email reservations. Since it is a small restaurant - at the most 45 people, I would suggest making reservation when you get to the island. Between lunch (11 am-2:30 pm) and dinner hours they are closed as the owners fish for the nights dinner. They are closed Sun & Mon dinner. http://www.wackywahoos.com/

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    I am a little confused , are they opened for dinner??
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randi View Post
    I am a little confused , are they opened for dinner??
    http://wackywahoos.com/

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    Lunch 11:30 am - 2:30 pm (Mon-Sat)

    Dinner 6:00 - 10:30 pm (Closed for dinner on Sunday and Monday)

    Sunday BBQ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

    Telephone 586 7333

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    thanks!
    happiness is going to Aruba with your adult kids because they still want to come with their parents

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