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Seamens Club introduces tasty new dinner specials

Date Posted: 2004-08-05

Located a few kilometers north of the Naha Airport on Highway 58, The Seamenís Club is an establishment geared to serve the merchant marine in nearly every way possible. The complex has a variety of services available including a restaurant, bar, library room, gift shop, party and banquet rooms, game room, money order facility, telephones, internet stations and more. Though the primary clientele of the Seamenís Club is civilian seamen, merchant mariners, the complex offers its hospitality to customers from all over the island.

On August 1, the restaurant added a few new dishes to the menu by popular demand. These new dinner specials will rotate every five weeks to keep the selection new and interesting. For the first five weeks, the following dishes will be available: Filet Cordon Rouge, a stuffed tenderloin drawn from a recipe created in Guadalajara,Mexico, Chicken Kiev, Braised Lamb with Spinach served over Cousousóa wheat product that looks like rice but is actually sliced thin noodles--, and Paella Florencianaóa mixed variety of seafood on rice.

For the meat and potatoes lover, you canít go wrong with one of the clubís signature steaks. A one-pound T-Bone heads the list, served with a full array of soup, salad, vegetables, potatoes or rice, and dinner rolls. And prices are comparable to those military clubs on base.

Whether youíll be dining with your family or eating alone, the Seamenís Club is worth a visit. The food is great, the atmosphere is relaxing, and the service is professional.

The Seamenís Club also has an astounding selection of beers and wine! Like 88 different beers from 36 countries around the world, with tastes running from mild lagers to flavorful ales to sharp dark porters and stouts.

The Seamenís Club is open from 11 a.m. to 10pm Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to midnight on Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays. Since opening in 1950, the restaurant has earned a well-deserved reputation for serving the best steaks on island.

Restaurant hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and holidays. The beer lounge is open daily from 5 p.m. to midnight.

Driving to the Seamenís Club is easy. Take Highway 58 south of Naha until the road forks to the right for Itoman and the airport. Take this right and go straight until the road forks again. Take the airport route. After a short while, you will see the Seamenís Club on your right. Once you drive past the club, make your first possible U-turn and turn left into the restaurantís parking lot.

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