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Guidebook for Coral Bay

Kim

Guidebook for Coral Bay

Food Scene
Really good pizza; friendly people; casual, relaxed dining--though bring cash (no credit/debit cards)
Pizzabar {in paradise}
Really good pizza; friendly people; casual, relaxed dining--though bring cash (no credit/debit cards)
Now called Rhumb Lines. Great, lively atmosphere and tasty food. Good choice for a fun night; check them out for live bands.
10
Einheimische empfehlen
Indigo Grill
10
Einheimische empfehlen
Now called Rhumb Lines. Great, lively atmosphere and tasty food. Good choice for a fun night; check them out for live bands.
Great food and atmosphere, nice experience all around. Good for lunch, dinner (check out their specials) or just a happy hour cocktail. Often has talented singers and musicians playing at dinner time (which is pleasant and at a respectful noise level). Nice location for a date night.
16
Einheimische empfehlen
Aqua Bistro (Seafood Restaurant)
16
Einheimische empfehlen
Great food and atmosphere, nice experience all around. Good for lunch, dinner (check out their specials) or just a happy hour cocktail. Often has talented singers and musicians playing at dinner time (which is pleasant and at a respectful noise level). Nice location for a date night.
BEST. TACOS. EVER. Also, the cocktails are super tasty. At first, it seems expensive, but it's a can't-miss experience that's worth it: You'll pay to park at Hansen Bay on the east end ($3/per person) and have to rent a paddle boat, board or kayak for about $30 (1-1.5 hours--perfect amount of time for lunch and a couple of cocktails). BRING CASH. Two women run the rentals/parking and they're on it; know your car is safe being left behind. It's tricky pulling up and "docking" at Lime Out, but other patrons usually help. Stay in/on your vessel, swim around, float on their air-mattress-like floating docks or grab a submerged seat. It's always a fun, chill vibe with lots of good people. (Lime Out takes debit/credit cards.) Afterwards, hang out on Hansen Bay--the emerald water is clear and gorgeous and you may spot rays, turtles, and maybe even a dolphin.
Lime Out VI
BEST. TACOS. EVER. Also, the cocktails are super tasty. At first, it seems expensive, but it's a can't-miss experience that's worth it: You'll pay to park at Hansen Bay on the east end ($3/per person) and have to rent a paddle boat, board or kayak for about $30 (1-1.5 hours--perfect amount of time for lunch and a couple of cocktails). BRING CASH. Two women run the rentals/parking and they're on it; know your car is safe being left behind. It's tricky pulling up and "docking" at Lime Out, but other patrons usually help. Stay in/on your vessel, swim around, float on their air-mattress-like floating docks or grab a submerged seat. It's always a fun, chill vibe with lots of good people. (Lime Out takes debit/credit cards.) Afterwards, hang out on Hansen Bay--the emerald water is clear and gorgeous and you may spot rays, turtles, and maybe even a dolphin.