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    Restaurants

    Hi,
    I will be getting married in Aruba next month and was wondering where the best restaurants are to eat?
    And where a great place for brunch would be.
    Thanx

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    Best wishes on your coming nuptials!

    For the food: Madam Jeannette, Chef's tables, Chalet Suisse

    For the food+ fun atmosphere: Bingo!

    For the sunset dining on the beach: Flying Fishbone.

    I understand the Hyatt has a great brunch but we haven't been there (yet)

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    If you're looking for fun while you eat, check out the Black Hog Saloon BBQ Bash. It's about $45.00 per person but you get all the BBQ and Balashi beer you can drink. It's on Tuesday & Thursday nights. They also have mini golf and a mechanical bull. It's a good place to go if you feel like getting wild!!! Here's the website... http://www.blackhogsaloon.com/

    I'm getting married in Feb in Aruba and this is what we're doing for our rehersal dinner.

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    Definitely the Hyatt for Sunday Brunch.

    We Like:
    Hostaria De Vittorio
    Tuscany
    Blossoms
    Sunset Grille
    Chef's Table
    Le Dome

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    As you can see, Tiff, there are just too many good restaurants in Aruba.

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    By far the best restaurant on the island is Mathilde, a bit pricy but oh so worth it. I also agree with Flying Fishbone, Madame Jeannette's, ruinas del mar at the Hyatt and the restaurant at the radisson called Sunset Grille.

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    if you are looking for a low priced relaxed place try
    PAM PAM

    the restaurant and bar is situated under a giant palaypa
    the menu is international

    it can accomodate probably about 100 people

    it is a nice location, quiet, laid back, relaxed and quite pretty

    open air, but with coverage to protect from rain

    all entrees are $9.50
    beer is inexpensive $2 drafts
    mixed drinks and fancy drinks are $4

    the pan fried grouper is good as is the lasagna, the chicken or beef fajitas, and the chicken cordon b leu.

    mixed salads and cesar salads good too.


    if it were up to me, i would dine here every night while in aruba.

    i have been told they have live entertainment (band) on occassion.

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    Andrea, where is PamPam? ALways looking for new places. Thanks, cindy

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