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    Probably very obvious, but one thing you cannot do there is BYOB; we were there on our last nite and decided at the last minute to take a ride down with an unopened, leftover bottle of wine. The setting is so casual that we thought we might be okay having it at the table, but they advised that we had to leave it in the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dah13 View Post
    Despite what people might think, the food is not greasy If the oil is kept hot enough it cooks the food but does not saturate the food.
    That's what I was told (and I'll usually try anything once) but still found it greasy and not to my liking. But again, not a fan of anything fried so this is just my own personal preference. Luckily, they have ice cold Brights there.
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    Your our not the only one. At least one of us doesn't eat fried food, the wife will indulge
    on occasion. We do love the atmosphere though and stop by on occasion for a beverage/bathroom stop, not
    particularity in that order.


    Quote Originally Posted by ~Amy~ View Post
    I think I may be the only one who is not a huge fan of their food (too fried/greasy for my taste) but I still love going there. We always meet up with a bunch of local friends and hang out for the day (usually in our flip flops, swimsuits, and cover-ups.) It is a very casual place and alot of fun.
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    I preferred zeerover when it was local...
    Too many toursits, lol, increase in cost, no longer cheap! expensive!

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    Agree.
    Still though a great spot for cold beer and delicious shrimp.
    Quote Originally Posted by ricky59 View Post
    I preferred zeerover when it was local...
    Too many toursits, lol, increase in cost, no longer cheap! expensive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricky59 View Post
    I preferred zeerover when it was local...
    Too many toursits, lol, increase in cost, no longer cheap! expensive!
    How many visits makes you a "local" versus a "tourist"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricky59 View Post
    I preferred zeerover when it was local...
    Too many toursits, lol, increase in cost, no longer cheap! expensive!
    Expensive? What is expensive Ricky? Are we talking MJ prices at Zeerover or just a little increase in profit over years past? I can always hit somewhere else if Zeerover has become too expensive...

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    reminder that Zeerovers accepts cash only.

    a few years ago, prices were dirt cheap....now, more expensive but not outrageous imo.
    that's what happens when a place becomes so very popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    reminder that Zeerovers accepts cash only.
    Thanks for that! I rarely carry enough cash for meals for my tribe.
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ

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    We were planning on visiting next time. Thanks for the tip for cash only. I don't carry much cash either.

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