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A New Culinary Tour in Aruba

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - January 13, 2017

Aruba is quickly gaining a reputation as a foodie hotspot, led most notably by restaurants like Screaming Eagle.

Now, there’s a new way to experience the island’s culinary excellence.

Aruba Wine & Dine has introcued a new culinary tour, hosted by top sommelier Fernanda Gimenez.

The tour features a four-course food and wine pairing; it begins at sunset at Moomba Beach Bar for a glass of sparkling wine and an hors d’oeuvre; the next stop is the Hadicurari restaurant for a seafood appetizer and a glass of white wine; that’s followed by an Argentine steak at Tango Argentine Grill paired with red wine, followed by a dessert martini at Soprano’s Piano bar.

For more information, visit Aruba Wine and Dine.

— CJ

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