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Old 11-23-2004, 08:15 PM
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Default Going to St. Martin in the AM... Places to eat?

Never been to the Dutch Antilles. Good restaurants or bars or clubs? Price not an issue, but I ain't takin' no stinkin' jacket on vacation.

And if anyone has a turbine skater down there, I WILL accept a ride.
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Old 11-23-2004, 11:30 PM
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Try La Samanna

The best beach & view on the Island, been there a few times.

The food is unreal, it's the best---sold a car to them to use as a limo.

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Pack a lunch and go to the other side of the island to Orient Bay (the French side).
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You must try Mario's Bistro there Linguini and white clam sauce is to die for. Also try any of the restuarnts in Grande Case on the french side. Most of them are right on the Ocean. Laguna is pretty good also which is just outside of the airport. Have a great time you are going to the gormet capital of the carribean.
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Never been to the Dutch Antilles. Good restaurants or bars or clubs? Price not an issue, but I ain't takin' no stinkin' jacket on vacation.

And if anyone has a turbine skater down there, I WILL accept a ride.



A Turbine Skater???? Good Luck in finding one with a "Booster Seat" so you will be able to see over the Dash Board!!

Have a Great Time!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Never been to the Dutch Antilles. Good restaurants or bars or clubs? Price not an issue, but I ain't takin' no stinkin' jacket on vacation.

And if anyone has a turbine skater down there, I WILL accept a ride.

Go to the French side for dinner.... La Vie En Rose...in Marigot.... sit on the balcony terrace.

You'll thank me forever.

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yea, and don't forget to post some pics in the uncensored sec of that fine piece of trim you be hittin' down there
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I just got back three weeks ago, stayed on the Dutch side at Pelican Beach Resort. You have to go to Orient beach, open 72 explained that one, Lee's is real nice to, not fancy but alot of fun, live music and they have the biggest lobsters on the island. The island is really layed back, don't go downtown when there is a cruise ship in town, its crazy crowded and the cab driver told us for what it is worth they hike the prices up??? Have fun, Patrick
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Default Re: Going to St. Martin in the AM... Places to eat?

Eat your meals on the french side. Any place in Marigot, on the waterfront, I like the Bar de la Mer. There is also a great funky place called Sonya's on the road west of Marigot about half a "kilometer" past the bridge on the north side of the street, it looks the places in KW at Land's End village. Enjoy
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I haven't been there in about 15 years, but if you can find a small (and i mean 3 tables small) restaraunt called something like La Berge on the frehch side, hit it. 2 brothers run the place and food is exceptional. Frank Perdue stopped by to make a reservation while i was having dinner. I dont think he appreciated the clucks

If i recall, Red Beach is very nice too. I hear the island is very built up since i last visited. hope its not ruined. If you can eat at Pizza Hut.....ruined.

Have a great trip.....
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