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Offline Mary

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Harbour Lites
« on: March 27, 2010 »
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  • Some friends just back from a week in L.G. they went on our recommendation and they will be back as they loved it.
    Just to mention that Harbour Lites is open again and they reported on a wonderful meal there, so at least some people are taking a chance on starting up, which is great news, lets hope it is the tip of the iceburg

    Mrs Mac

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  • Yes - he seemed to open up within a week.  Looks very nice - did not have a chance to try it as we were coming home but will do so next time we are there.
     8)

    big john

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  • so glad its reopen, do you know if its english or spanish.
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    Offline Mary

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  • Spanish according to our friends and they were very impressed with the food, leg of lamb which was huge and a prawn salad equally good value.
    There is an English speaking waitress who said they could do with another waiter/waitress who spoke good english.
    I was rather hoping Jason may be tempted back, but he is probably settled at Tipsey's now.
    Anyhow intend calling in when we come over again in a few weeks.

    Carole

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  • We went down to the end of the harbour on our first night last Tuesday as we had heard a new restaurant had opened there.  Met Gail and Steve having a drink, joined them, and on their recommendation we went back a couple more times.  It was excellent.  Buy a beer or wine and you get a tapas free.  We ordered 6 tapas dishes on our last night and they were all delicious.  It's still got the Harbour Lites sign up but should be changing soon to (I think) El Rincon de Antonio.  The last night we were there the English waitress wasn't working but we had no problem making ourselves understood, the menu is self explanatory.  I wish them luck.  But why or why is the harbour so dark at nights.  All those street lights and not one turned one.  We watched a boat edge it's way in in total darkness and then all people on board came into Antonio's, which was the only place lit up down there.

    magsnmike

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  • Carole's comments about the lights reminded me of many years ago we were in one of the bars in LG harbour when there was a power failure due to a storm and someone gave us a bunch of candles and for the rest of the night we made our way around by candlelight.  We had great fun!!!!!!  Maybe the council could provide candles if they cannot afford to switch the electricity on!!!