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    Jeff's Pirate Cove, Ipan Talofofo

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 29, 2014

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    Jeff's Pirate Cove is touristy and a bit cliche, but it is a piece of Guam history, so I had to visit. Jeff's has a pirate themed bar, a decent restaurant, a huge gift shop, a museum, volleyball courts, a beach, and even an old Japanese pillbox. Jeff's Pirate Cove is also close to the cave where Yokoi, the last surviving Japanese soldier on Guam lived for about 20 years in isolation.

    We had a nice meal here on the patio overlooking the water. The staff was friendly and helpful, and the food (fish sandwiches and fish kelaguen) were very tasty, but fantastic. Our meal was a bit pricey at around $50, but worth it for the view and the ocean breezes if nothing else.

    We wanted to walk the grounds after our meal to see the Japanese bunker and whatever else in the area, but were disappointed to see the sign next to the museum that said something like "invited guests only beyond this point."

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    Terry's Chamorro Food Stand, Chamorro Village

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 29, 2014

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    Terry's Chamorro Food Stand is nestled in the center of Hagatna's Chamorro Village. We chose this restaurant because the long line proved that it is a local favorite. We had the plate of three types of Kelaguen (chicken, shrimp, and beef), and a barbecue combo with BBQ spare rib, BBQ chicken, pancit and red rice. The whole, fried tilapia and parrot fish in the window also looked great.

    This is good down home Chamorro cooking!

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    Asan Sunset Grill, Asan Beach

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 28, 2014

    Asan Sunset Grill served us one of the best meals I had during my visit to Guam. While everyone said the pizza here is great, we all decided to get burgers and barbecue, which is their other specialty. The atmophere here is also great, with outdoor, waterside seating facing, as the name suggests, towards the setting sun.

    It seems the burgers and barbecue are prepared on regular household smokers and grills set up right on the dining patio (kind of a low-end open concept kitchen). The music is fun, mostly classic rock to suit a now-graying crowd. The menu even offers some comedy, with "fines" that cover basic offenses like sleeping at the bar.

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    The Beach Bar - Tumon Bay

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 28, 2014

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    The Beach Bar, located at Gun Beach, has perhaps the best atmosphere in Tumon Bay. During happy hour, you can get a cold beer, listen to live music, and watch the sun set over the beach and the water. After sunset, a luau kicks off next door, for some authentic island entertainment.

    During a week-long visit to Guam, I had dinner here three times. I enjoyed a lot of happy hour appetizers (half off!), and a Tinian Beach Burger ($15). The food was tasty, but the prices are high and the service can be spotty at best.

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    Dolce Frutti Gelateria

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 27, 2014

    Dolce Frutti Gelateria is a nice little ice cream shop in Tumon Bay. They have 8 or 10 flavors in a variety of sizes and shapes for everyone. I had a cone of good, plain vanilla, and my friend had Japanese macha. We enjoyed our cones as we wandered down the street in Tumon Bay.

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    Dr. Kabob, Tumon Bay

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 26, 2014

    Dr. Kabob is a great little kabob and gyro restaurant located in the heart of Tumon Bay. The small family-run restaurant offers mostly fresh, homemade dishes and spices served in a friendly, casual environment. They have just 2-3 tables inside and a few more outside on the patio.

    We had the lamb gyros salad and a lamb shawarma for a quick dinner one evening. The food was fresh and delicious and ready very quickly. A great restaurant that fills a unique niche in this area.

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    Chamorro Island BBQ, Tumon Bay

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 26, 2014

    Chamorro Island BBQ is located in the heart of touristy Tumon Bay, not far from the expensive shopping centers and fancy hotels. This little hole-in-the-wall restaurant really doesn't sit into this scene. It is quiet, cheap, and friendly, with good food, but average service.

    We stopped here for a late lunch one Monday afternoon, and we were the only customers around. We chose this place, both because it was one of the few restaurants open and we wanted to try a small local establishment rather than a chain or big hotel restaurant. We quickly decided on the poke (Hawaiian raw tuna), the ribs and chicken barbecue combo, and a plate of chicken with vegetables in a thick stew.

    The barbecue combo arrived about 10 minutes before the chicken stew, and both really enjoyed this great food. The chicken, though late to the table, was pretty good, but really hard to eat. It looked like a dozen or so chicken wings, all chopped in half, so the tiny bones were messy and everywhere.

    All in all, decent local food, but very basic.

    There is another restaurant in Chamorro Village in Hagatna with the same name, but they do not appear to be affiliated.

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    Jamaican Grill

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 24, 2014

    Jamaican Grill is a great local restaurant in Guam that features Jamaican barbecue. The restaurant got its start in Chamorro Village in Hagatna, and has sine expanded to two other Guam locations, including one in Tumon Bay near the Pacific Islands Club.

    We visit the Tumon Bay location during a recent visit to Guam. We sat on the upstairs patio and ordered a variety of drinks, jerk chicken, and barbecued ribs. The food was ready within minutes, and it was excellent!

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    PROA Restaurant: Number One Restaurant in Guam (2)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 20, 2012

    Part Two of my PROA Restaurant Tips With More Pictures!

    The PROA Restaurant in the Number One Restaurant in Guam According to the Virtual Touirists Sister Website, Trip Advisor!

    Proa Restaurant was named after the Chamorro and Micronesia Outrigger Boat called "Proa". It is a Fusion Restaurant Serving Local Chamorro Recipes and Asian Cuisines that are tweaked by the Chef's to make them stand out! And you can see this in the nulber of their clientele at their small restaurant and dessert here at the Ypao Beach. Waiting time can be as long as one hour and the area is frequented by the Japanese Tourists, US Military People and a smattering if Locals. The also have a pastry shop in the premises called the Sweet Relief and they have the same entrance. If you don't want to wait in line, call their number for table reservations as they are open for Lunch and Dinner. The area is also a dating place since the restaurant has a small and romantic ambiance.

    Hours
    Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

    According to their facebook Page:

    the Proa Familia welcomes you to enjoy a memorable 'Hafa Adai' dining experience through our hand-crafted Pacific-rim styled menu and fresh made-to-order daily specials served with local hospitality and flair.
    Save room for decadent desserts provided by Sweet Relief Pastry Shop.
    Reservations recommended when available, walk-ins always welcome. Please email for info on private functions/catering.

    Culinary Team Chris Bejado.........Director of Hospitality
    Geoffrey Perez......Executive Chef
    Mark Duenas.........Pastry Chef
    Ivan Mendiola .......Chef de Cuisine
    Russell Campos......Sous Chef

    Favorite Dish: Like what I said, they cuisine is fusion but it is soo good. Appetizers include Calamari, Breaded and Flash-Fried, served with a Mango-Napa-Cilantro Slaw, Red Pepper Flakes and a Soy Citrus Syrup at $ 9.95 which I ordered. A Proa Big Feller Trio with red rice Fiesta Barbecue meal will cost $ 14.95. I ordered A Hawaiian Pick Rock Salt Pressed Ribeye Steak (12 ounce) served with Steamed White Rice and Li Hing Mui Compound Butter at $ 29.95.

    They also have an extensive Drink lists and beers. foreign beers cost $ 5 and local beers cost $ 4.50.

    I have no time to eat dessert (I'm stuffed) from their sweet relief pastry shop of which you can order from your table in Proa Restaurant too.

    Pose hehehe! Have a Bass Ale another favorite beer of mine the calamari the Hawaiian Pick Rock Salt Slated Rib Eye Steak
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    PROA Restaurant: Number One Restaurant in Guam (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 20, 2012

    The PROA Restaurant in the Number One Restaurant in Guam According to the Virtual Tourist's Sister Website, Trip Advisor!

    This is a Two Part Tip with more Pictures.

    Proa Restaurant was named after the Chamorro and Micronesia Outrigger Boat called "Proa". It is a Fusion Restaurant Serving Local Chamorro Recipes and Asian Cuisines that are tweaked by the Chef's to make them stand out! And you can see this in the nulber of their clientele at their small restaurant and dessert here at the Ypao Beach. Waiting time can be as long as one hour and the area is frequented by the Japanese Tourists, US Military People and a smattering if Locals. The also have a pastry shop in the premises called the Sweet Relief and they have the same entrance. If you don't want to wait in line, call their number for table reservations as they are open for Lunch and Dinner. The area is also a dating place since the restaurant has a small and romantic ambiance.

    Hours
    Mon - Sun: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

    According to their facebook Page:

    the Proa Familia welcomes you to enjoy a memorable 'Hafa Adai' dining experience through our hand-crafted Pacific-rim styled menu and fresh made-to-order daily specials served with local hospitality and flair.
    Save room for decadent desserts provided by Sweet Relief Pastry Shop.
    Reservations recommended when available, walk-ins always welcome. Please email for info on private functions/catering.

    Culinary Team Chris Bejado.........Director of Hospitality
    Geoffrey Perez......Executive Chef
    Mark Duenas.........Pastry Chef
    Ivan Mendiola .......Chef de Cuisine
    Russell Campos......Sous Chef

    Favorite Dish: Like what I said, they cuisine is fusion but it is soo good. Appetizers include Calamari, Breaded and Flash-Fried, served with a Mango-Napa-Cilantro Slaw, Red Pepper Flakes and a Soy Citrus Syrup at $ 9.95 which I ordered. A Proa Big Feller Trio with red rice Fiesta Barbecue meal will cost $ 14.95. I ordered A Hawaiian Pick Rock Salt Pressed Ribeye Steak (12 ounce) served with Steamed White Rice and Li Hing Mui Compound Butter at $ 29.95.

    They also have an extensive Drink lists and beers. foreign beers cost $ 5 and local beers cost $ 4.50.

    I have no time to eat dessert (I'm stuffed) from their sweet relief pastry shop of which you can order from your table in Proa Restaurant too.

    outside me inside packed menu
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    Hy's Steakhouse: Pricey Steakhouse in Holiday Hotel (2)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 20, 2012

    Par two of My HY's Steakhouse Guam Tips with more Pictures.

    Hy's Steakhouse Guam is the local franchise of the International Canadian Chain of Hy's Steakhouses (they also have franchises at Hawaii) but I find it Ironic that they serve USDA Steaks here instead of Canadian Angus Steaks. Hy's Steakhouse was founded by a Russian-Jewish Canadian Immigrant Hy Aisenstat in 1923 and it grew and has branches all over Canada and they have franchises of the Steakhouse in the Mainland United States, Hawaii and here in Guam. Still, I must eat at one of Guam's most expensive steakhouses as everyone knows that I'm a steak man and don't scrimp on costs. This luxe steakhouse is located at the Lobby Level of the Holiday Resort Hotel and the average costs of steaks here at guam like lone star steakhouse or at TGI Fridays is just $ 25-38 while here at Hy's its $ 35 to $ 65 for the steaks. They Only Open at Dinner and You Don;t need any reservations to go here.

    Hours:

    Mondays thru Fridays 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
    Saturdays: 10:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
    Sundays and Holidays - Closed

    Favorite Dish: What else but the steaks!!!!!

    If you are into Prime Rib Steaks, a 16 Ounce USDA Aged Prime Rib is $ 37.95
    Roast Prime Rib of Beef, a 13 Ounce is 36.95 and 20 ounce at 47.95
    Fillet Mignon, A 16 Ounce is 47.95
    Their Specialty and the one I ate is the "Their only" new York Strip Dry Aged 14
    Ounce USDA Medium Steak at $ 60.95

    A Glass of wine is $ 7 and a bottle of wine is from $ 30 to $ 100, depending on the age and the season.
    Cocktails like Mai Tai or Tequila Sunrise or Martinis at $ 9.95 an order.

    inside french onion soup sandwich the 14 ounce USDA New York Cut Steak me
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    Hy's Steakhouse: Pricey Steakhouse in Holiday Hotel (1)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 20, 2012

    This is a Two Part Tip of my Hy's Steakhouse Food Review.

    Hy's Steakhouse Guam is the local franchise of the International Canadian Chain of Hy's Steakhouses (they also have franchises at Hawaii) but I find it Ironic that they serve USDA Steaks here instead of Canadian Angus Steaks. Hy's Steakhouse was founded by a Russian-Jewish Canadian Immigrant Hy Aisenstat in 1923 and it grew and has branches all over Canada and they have franchises of the Steakhouse in the Mainland United States, Hawaii and here in Guam. Still, I must eat at one of Guam's most expensive steakhouses as everyone knows that I'm a steak man and don't scrimp on costs. This luxe steakhouse is located at the Lobby Level of the Holiday Resort Hotel and the average costs of steaks here at guam like lone star steakhouse or at TGI Fridays is just $ 25-38 while here at Hy's its $ 35 to $ 65 for the steaks. They Only Open at Dinner and You Don;t need any reservations to go here.

    Hours:

    Mondays thru Fridays 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.
    Saturdays: 10:00a.m. to 1:00p.m.
    Sundays and Holidays - Closed

    Favorite Dish: What else but the steaks!!!!!

    If you are into Prime Rib Steaks, a 16 Ounce USDA Aged Prime Rib is $ 37.95
    Roast Prime Rib of Beef, a 13 Ounce is 36.95 and 20 ounce at 47.95
    Fillet Mignon, A 16 Ounce is 47.95
    Their Specialty and the one I ate is the "Their only" new York Strip Dry Aged 14
    Ounce USDA Medium Steak at $ 60.95

    A Glass of wine is $ 7 and a bottle of wine is from $ 30 to $ 100, depending on the age and the season.
    Cocktails like Mai Tai or Tequila Sunrise or Martinis at $ 9.95 an order.

    ok inside menu my Mai Thai the Bar Inside
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    AJI ICHI Japanese Restaurant: Famous Local Japanese Ramen and Restaurant

    by machomikemd Written Apr 20, 2012

    Aji Ichi Ramen House and Restaurant is one of the Oldest Japanese Ramen House and Restaurant in Guam. It was started more than 30 years ago by a long time japanese resident of guam and was initially a Ramen House but then became a Full Service Japanese Restaurant. It is one of the more popular Japanese Restaurant in Guam for Locals. They have two branches, Here at the Blue Lagoon Plaza and an outlet at the Guam Premium Outlet food court. They offer the usual japanese meals of big bento boxes, assorted kinds of ramen, sushi, sashimi and Donburi meals like Katsudon or Gyudon.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm evryday

    According to their website:

    Aji-ichi opened as the first ramen noodle house in Guam more than 30 years ago.
    After getting famous for its homemade ramen, we gave variety to our menu little by little, such as California rolls and bento box, and became one of the most favored Japanese casual dining restaurants in Guam.
    We are so proud to be the part of this community and hope that all of you’d have a wonderful experience with our food and service.

    Come and enjoy the real Japanese food and hospitality.

    Favorite Dish: Sushi Rolls costs from $ 4 to $ 9, depending on the topping inside, Assorted Ramen like the Chasu Ramen or the Shoyu Ramen at $ 9.95 to 14,95. The Big Bento Boxes (american Servings, not the small bento boxes of japan) at $ 14.95 to 22.95, depending on the viand (shrimp tempura, tonkatsu, beef yakiniku, chicken teriyaki, etc). Donburi Meals like Katsudon at $ 9.95 or Oyakudon at $ 10.95. Assorted Japanes Beers like Asahi or Sapporo or Kirin at $ 5 for a small bottle and $ 10 for a large bottle.

    inside my katsudon donburi meal my big bottle of asahi dry beer
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    TGI Fridays: TGI Friday's is Everywhere (2)

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 20, 2012

    Part Two of My TGI Fridays Tips with more pictures.

    TGI Fridays has two branches in Guam, here at Tumon and One at Hagatna, Facing the Chamorro Village.

    TGIFridays is popular American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining, usually of the typical american huge servings,with over 500 restaurants across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and the UK, as well as many other countries around the world including here in the GUAM. The name is taken from the expression "TGIF", or "Thank God It's Friday." The restaurant chain is known for its appearance, with red-striped canopies, brass railings, Tiffany lamps, and frequent use of antiques as decor. It has a large menu with an emphasis on alcoholic beverages. A section of their menu is dedicated to the "Jack Daniel's Grill", a selection of items flavored with a special Jack Daniel's sauce.

    The employees here are young, with wacky uniforms, and every time you had someone's birthday, the whole restaurant crew came around with a cake, and singing Friday's traditional Birthday song,

    Opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: A 12 ounce USDA Choice Char Grilled Rib Eye at $ 32.95 plus $ 2.50 for Herb Butter and Portobello Mushrooms. Fridays onion rings at $ 8, Buffalo Wings at $ 12.95 (Buffalo Wings from Buffalo New York is still the best for it's spiciness!), fried calamari at $ 12.95, New York Strip Steak at $ 34.95, Jack Daniels Pork Chops at $ 18.95, mocha mud pie at $7.95, ultimate hawaiian volcano and long island iced tea and Tequila Sunrise at $ 9.95

    al fresco Outside inside nice views the 12 ounce USDA Rib Ey Steak yes!
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    TGI Fridays: TGI Friday's is Everywhere (1)

    by machomikemd Written Apr 20, 2012

    TGI Fridays has two branches in Guam, here at Tumon and One at Hagatna, Facing the Chamorro Village.

    TGIFridays is popular American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining, usually of the typical american huge servings,with over 500 restaurants across the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and the UK, as well as many other countries around the world including here in the GUAM. The name is taken from the expression "TGIF", or "Thank God It's Friday." The restaurant chain is known for its appearance, with red-striped canopies, brass railings, Tiffany lamps, and frequent use of antiques as decor. It has a large menu with an emphasis on alcoholic beverages. A section of their menu is dedicated to the "Jack Daniel's Grill", a selection of items flavored with a special Jack Daniel's sauce.

    The employees here are young, with wacky uniforms, and every time you had someone's birthday, the whole restaurant crew came around with a cake, and singing Friday's traditional Birthday song,

    Opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: : A 12 ounce USDA Choice Char Grilled Rib Eye at $ 32.95 plus $ 2.50 for Herb Butter and Portobello Mushrooms. Fridays onion rings at $ 8, Buffalo Wings at $ 12.95 (Buffalo Wings from Buffalo New York is still the best for it's spiciness!), fried calamari at $ 12.95, New York Strip Steak at $ 34.95, Jack Daniels Pork Chops at $ 18.95, mocha mud pie at $7.95, ultimate hawaiian volcano and long island iced tea and Tequila Sunrise at $ 9.95

    outside specials wall menu ultimate Mai Tai Outside
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    Feb 13, 2013 at 12:44 AM

    CORE BBQ - Laid Back dining on Fujita Drive behind down toward the beach.
    I have been to Hawaii and Saipan and all the restarants on Guam. It's ahrd to find that island ambiance like Core. If you like any of the following you must go to Core (warm tropical nights, relaxed outdoor dining, friendly service, Jimmy Buffet's lifestyle, tropical music, speaking Japanese, or not speaking Japanese, beer, lobster, watching Japanese girls eat, watching Japanese boys eat, eating, more beer, walking on the beach after you eat, getting picked up and dropped off at your hotel...etc. CORE is run by the Sako family and they provide a mix of professionally grilled meats and seafood, Japanese and local dishes that satisfy. But everyone I know who goes there especially loves the mood. Wear your aloha shirt or mumu for sure. If they have the short Hula show while you are there just order more beer and try not to let the local dancer kids pull you out to the stage. This place never advertises so is a hole inthe wall mostly frequented by Japanese who heard about it through the grape vine. No noisy drinkers or roudy people -they are all at The Beach. So kick back, teach Mitsuru some English and enjoy.

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