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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 19-07-2010, 16:55
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Question Restaurants out of season

Hi, My husband & I are thinking of coming to PP for a long term stay & we were wondering if anyone can tell us if there are any good restaurants open in the months after October as we would still like to go out for the odd meal?
We are also looking for a long term rental apartment in the Pinaret area, with heating if possible- any ideas as to where we could get a list of availabilty and costs?
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Hello Alibali and welcome!

I'm sure you will receive many recommendations for restaurants out of season in PP, but can you please ask your accommodation question in the separate Accommodation forum, or take a look at the "Private Villas/Apts to rent" section on the main website - take a look at the list on the left of this page.

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Jane

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Hi Alibali,

Mum and I were out in November last year and March this year. Restaurants open that we ate in were:

C'an Josep
Stay
La Llonja
Reial Club Nautica
Restaurant Llenaire
Siurell
Brisa Marina
Don Corleone

Hopefully this helps you.

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Re long term rentals, please see response here http://www.forum.puertopollensa.com/...m-rentals.html

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In addition to those already listed, in the Port the following are also usually open for some/all of the off season:-

Tango;
Trio;
Hibiscus;
La Piazza;
Cafe 1919; and
Los Zarzales
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Last winter these were also open
O Lume
Los Faroles.
Mirch Massala.
Hell's Kitchen.
Luna de Miel.
Pascalino.
La Roca.
Ikebana.
It remains to be seen what will happen this year but i will keep you informed.
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Glad you mentioned O Lume, Sparky! Who could forget their roaring log fire on a chilly night! Naciente also very cosy!
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C'an Currassa is also open all year round.

You will definitely need heating during the winter. We had snow 3 times this year, and the houses are not so well insulated as back home.
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also C'an Ferrar should be open through the winter - not sure if they close for a short break
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Many thanks to all for your help & info, this makes it so much easier to choose someplace to eat.

alibali
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