By the Caribbean Journal staff
Aruba’s newest restaurant has opened its doors.
It’s called ArubaVille, and the eatery is located at the former home of the Marandi restaurant.
After a “complete transformation,” the property, which is located behind the airport on Bucutiweg, focuses on food with a Caribbean flair.
Local Aruban chef Rawlin Silvania heads the kitchen, which puts out dishes from ahi tuna poke to zucchini stuffed with goat cheese.
The restaurant will also be featuring a weekly sunday barbecue and a Friday happy hour.
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