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When we go on trips anywhere there are a few things we take into consideration in a matter of priority: weather, beach, resort, food and gambling (nite life). We love to just relax and hang out on the beach, and love to eat local food. Does anyone know of any good restaurants in Curacao that has their island's foods rather than Italian, French, etc. Also, what is their main food? Like in the Bahamas -- I think its conch. (I'm from New York so I can get that here).

We are going to Curacao in August so any input would be appreciated. Alsso, any great restaurants, happening restaurants with flare, good food, no so boring?

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