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We love seafood and will miss lobster season by a week. Let us know what favorite places you like to eat that are not too pricey. Seafood is first on our list but love food of any kind. See you in 9 days. Dawg


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Waruguma's, Estel's, The Reef, Shrimp burritos from vendor in Central Park. If you give a range for "not too pricey" I"m sure you will get many more. Look at Rebecca's blog, San Pedro Scoop< to get some really good ideas:
http://www.sanpedroscoop.com/


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Thanks for the quick reply. 15 U.S. or less per person? Maybe that will narrow it down. Dawg


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El Patio ! Carambas !


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Blue Water Grill: Sushi on Tuesday end Thursdays.
Elvi's Kitchen: Whole grilled fish.


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I thought El Patio was rather pricey and the waiter insisted on being the center of attention while we were trying to get acquainted with some new friends.

Estel's for breakfast
El Fogon for lunch
Carumba's for dinner

Pirates Treasure for appetizer of Lion Fish fish cakes.




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All of the suggestions above are great places. You'll find that most places in San Pedro are inexpensive for what you get.


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Agree with recommendations above. Would also like to add that I had a lovely lunch at Boogies Belly. Located on a side street, between middle and back. Sweet people, cute atmosphere and good food, including fish. Their menu items were more unique than most small local places.
Also don't forget El Fogon. Their prices have gone up since the remodel, but the portions are huge. Two can easily dine on one appetizer and one main dish.

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The Reef is not bad, Di Vu (formerly Wet Willey's) Ak Bol's for lunch.

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