Marina Pirata

Indulge and immerse yourself into local Aruban culture as you dine on some local cuisine, here at Marina Pirata.

Food

Seafood is the specialty at this ocean side hot spot, with broiled red snapper with creole sauce often listed as the top choice.

The menu features many good options, including seafood, and the influence of flavors can be intriguingly varied, including elements of both Aruban and Caribbean cuisines. The style of the restaurant and its dishes is considered by most to be informal. This location serves food for dinner only, so don't be shy about checking them out during their limited operating hours.

Ambiance

Guests are invited to sit on the dock which extends over the water and watch not only as the sun sets, but as fish mill about in the clear water.

Location

Marina Pirata can be found in Pos Chiquito, a village in Aruba; it's to the southeast of Oranjestad.

Those who'd like to merge their visit to this restaurant with some pleasant sightseeing opportunities might enjoy heading to Balashi Gold Mill Ruins, which is located 1.0 miles to the north.

Energetic travelers will also appreciate the activities made for the great outdoors, nearby. Any golfers who come to town should consider reserving a tee time at the nearby golf course, Aruba Golf Club, which can be found not too far from Marina Pirata. Other types of travelers are content napping on Mangel Halto, which is the most nearby beach and is only a half mile away. And happily, those two are only a few options among a group of golf courses and beaches within the area.

Nearby Restaurants

If you're looking to find another local restaurant with similar types of food and/or a similar atmosphere, there is no shortage of nearby options to consider, including Old Man and the Sea. Find it three miles to the southeast of this restaurant.

But of course, if you're in the mood for something different, this region of Aruba has an excellent range of food and beverage venues that will surely satisfy nearly any kind of diner. For example, you can try Asian fare at Asia Sranang, which is a short distance away away.

Credit Cards and Other Info

You can expect to spend from $20 to $25(USD) on a meal at Marina Pirata.

Marina Pirata accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa.

All though the restaurant is closed on Tuesdays, it is open for dinner every other day of the week from 6:00 to 10:30 p.m., and the bar is open until midnight.

Contact Info

Location: 4 Spaans Lagoenweg, Pos Chiquito, Aruba

Phone: (297) 585-7150

Secondary Phone: (297) 585-6078

 

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