Indulge and immerse yourself into local Aruban culture as you dine on some local cuisine, here at Marina Pirata.
Seafood is the specialty at this ocean side hot spot, with broiled red snapper with creole sauce often listed as the top choice.
The specialty at Marina Pirata is Seafood, but the influence of flavors is varied, including elements of both Aruban and Caribbean cuisines. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is informal. When's the best time to come? They're open for dinner only, so don't miss out.
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.
Marina Pirata is located in the western outskirts of Pos Chiquito, a village in Aruba; it is to the southeast of Oranjestad.
With at least one interesting attraction just a short distance away from the restaurant, you'll find this is a fun area to see. The attraction that's most convenient to Marina Pirata is Balashi Gold Mill Ruins, and you'll find it just minutes from the restaurant.
People who dine here say they've come to these parts for the group of things to do outdoors found throughout the region. Whether they are golfers or not, guests who wouldn't mind showing off on the links can improve their games at the nearby popular golf course, Aruba Golf Club. Besides your spikes, you might want to bring a bathing suit for Mangel Halto, which is the most convenient beach and is only a half mile away. Keep in mind these aren't the only beaches and golf courses in the surrounding area.
For those in the mood for a local restaurant with similar menu items and/or a similar atmosphere, there are lots of nearby places to consider, including Old Man and the Sea. It's located three miles to the southeast of this restaurant.
However, if you're in the mood for something different, this section of Aruba features an excellent selection of dining possibilities that will be sure to satisfy almost every type of diner. For instance, you might also consider trying Asian fare at Asia Sranang, which is a short distance away east.
You can expect to spend from $20 to $25(USD) on a meal at Marina Pirata. Marina Pirata accepts these 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.
Location: 4 Spaans Lagoenweg, Pos Chiquito, Aruba
Phone: (297) 585-7150
Secondary Phone: (297) 585-6078
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