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Godfather’s Bar

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Nov 182011
 

Godfather's - Saipan

Godfather’s is the unspoken town hall of Saipan. On any given night, you will run into senators, tourists, locals, expat lawyers, Navy guys, and everyone in between. There is live music every weekend by some of the best cover bands on earth, and a host of cute filipina waitresses who make a point of knowing everyone by name. The food is fairly decent, including nachos, burritos, hot wings, etc.


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Himawari

 Posted by at 11:48 pm  Restaurants  No Responses »
Nov 072011
 

Himawari - Saipan

Himawari is one of Saipan’s best kept secrets – an affordable and always delectable sushi restaurant, tucked inside a Japanese grocery store in the back roads of Garapan. Once inside, however, the decor is clean and elegant, and you can watch the food being prepared fresh at the sushi bar. Himawari is open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for dinner every day. Phone: (670) 233-1530

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Hard Rock Cafe

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Nov 072011
 

Hard Rock Cafe - Saipan

Hard Rock Cafe Saipan follows the theme of Hard Rock’s around the world, and is filled with rock ‘n roll memorabilia. Located conveniently in DFS above the Duty Free Shop Galleria, this restaurant is a perfect post shopping break for tourists. Prices are a little more than elsewhere for burgers and bar food, however. Phone: (670) 233-7625

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Kinpachi

 Posted by at 11:34 pm  Restaurants  No Responses »
Nov 072011
 

Kinpachi is a family owned Japanese restaurant located in Garapan, across from the Fiesta Resort. They serve both traditional and modern Japanese dishes, including Ramen, Sushi, Sashimi, Tempura and Temmpanyaki, as well as a variety of fresh seafood. You can also bring your own fish and they will prepare if for you for a fee. Tatami rooms and private rooms are available. Phone: (670) 234-6900

Web Site: http://www.cnmi-guide.com/kinpachi/index.html

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Nov 072011
 

Oleai Beach Bar & Grill - Saipan

Oleai is a restaurant/bar located right on the water. It’s a fantasic place to relax with friends and catch the sunset. They also have live music on weekends. The crowd is mixed between locals and expats, with a few tourists who explore beyond Garapan. The food is mainly Mexican food, burgers, chicken wings, fried mushrooms, and other typical bar food, though you can also get a fairly decent salad. Phone: (670) 235-1756


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Country House

 Posted by at 11:16 pm  Restaurants  1 Response »
Nov 072011
 


This is a wild west, cowboy themed restaurant that serves fairly decent steak and lobster type fair. The restaurant is more popular with tourists than locals, but it’s a fun atmosphere. It’s also located in the heart of Garapan, and there are plenty of tourist shops to check out after dinner. Phone: (670) 233-1908

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Wild Bill’s

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Nov 072011
 

This is casual thai restaurant and bar, with selections of American and Mexican food. They also serve a decent breakfast. The bar area has a jukebox, a pool table, and outdoor seating. If you’re in Saipan during Thai New Year (April 13-15), they throw a legendary water-fight party.Phone: (670) 233-3372

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360 Restaurant

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Nov 072011
 

360 Revolving Restaurant - Saipan

The 360 Revolving Restaurant is on the top floor of the 360 Building, and slowly revolves 360 degrees every hour, giving diners a panoramic view of Saipan. It’s one of the nicer restaurants on Saipan. The food is mostly American style, with excellent seafood. They also have excellent burgers and sandwiches for lunch.

Web site: www.360saipan.com
Phone: (670) 233-8324

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