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Caribbean
4 reviews
This friendly, relaxed beach restaurant is well off the beaten path in Savaneta, a small fishing town, so you know the fish is seriously fresh, often caught that day. — Fodor's
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Seafood
4 reviews
The menu is very nouvelle Caribbean, with standouts like ceviche with ginger syrup, artichoke carpaccio...and grilled sea scallops with herb risotto, asparagus, and saffron mayonnaise. — Concierge
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American
3 reviews
Built on a pier, this casual spot with only 16 tables has one of the most romantic settings on the island. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
5 reviews
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American
3 reviews
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European
2 reviews
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Caribbean
3 reviews
The tasty food's just what you'd expect at a seaside bar -- fresh shrimp, fish, and squid. Typical main courses come smothered in garlic, stewed peppers, and celery. — Frommer's
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Sunset views over the greens to the ocean beyond, live music, and impeccable service make this restaurant in the clubhouse of the Divi golf course one of the most romantic spots on the island. — Fodor's
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Spanish
2 reviews
Old Havana meets the Caribbean here with authentic music and food from what locals call "The Big Island. — Fodor's
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European
2 reviews
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International
3 reviews
Guests are assembled and introduced to one another. Then the evening's meal is explained before everyone sits down at the U-shaped communal dinner table for a five-course culinary adventure. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
3 reviews
This out-of-the-way spot in the cunucu, or countryside, offers a genuine taste of Aruba. — Concierge
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Italian
3 reviews
Isolated at the top of a hill on the island's northernmost tip, this popular restaurant affords unbeatable vistas. — Frommer's
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American
2 reviews
At the water's edge, the West Deck is a casual, open-air beach bar with a friendly atmosphere and terrific food. — Lonely Planet
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American
2 reviews
Meaning "ruins by the sea," this scenic spot is the focal point of the Grand dame Hyatt Regency hotel, famous for its gorgeous tropical grounds and water circuit of falls and pools leading to the sea. — Fodor's
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International
2 reviews
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Though it's best known as a party spot, especially Sunday night when all the locals come out to barefoot boogie in the sand to live music or DJs, many don't realize how good the food is here. — Fodor's
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Caribbean
2 reviews
Although it's not the fanciest place, this downtown institution is popular with locals and is always a good bet for excellent seafood. — Fodor's
8
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Caribbean
2 reviews
In keeping with an “elegant dining in flip-flops” concept, Barefoot is a palapa restaurant with sand on the floor inside, and tables on the sand outside. — Fodor's
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