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Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

BAK
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Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

we are thinking of a June 2012 trip to Provo. It will be

daughter, son-in-law ( in their 40's), grandson (age 4), husband and myself (in our 60's). After spending the last two years in Aruba, which we love, we are looking for a change of location, but do want to dine in comfort. If anyone has any info on the above topic, please advise.

Thanks in advance.

BAK

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1. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Many restaurants are open or outdoors.

A/C that I know of would be Opus,Salt Mills Dinner, the new Indian place (Gramea?), the one at the Palms (sorry name has escaped me) and O'Solei at Sommerset. Danny Bouys.

Anyone think of any more?

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2. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

to add to above:

Seven

Yoshi

Thai Orchid

Lemon

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3. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Are we going to be roasting while we sit outside and eat in July?

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4. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Lemon does not have A/C. Unless they have recently installed.

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5. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Never felt we needed inside AC at dinner in T & C during any summer we went. Actually, never anyplace in Anguilla or Caymans or St Martin or Harbour Island or...............

Guess if you have breathing issue it might be nice but typically not an issue with appropriate clothing and nice breezes.

Maybe dining in an restaurant that wasn't on water might be issue?

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6. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Thanks all for your help. We were last there in 2000 and stayed at Beaches. It was hot the end of July.

After a day of sun, beach and pool we want to eat some place cool.

I'll look into the restaurants you all posted.

Take care and enjoy your summer.

BAK

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7. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

also someone mentioned the restaurant at PALMS

as of this past year they still do NOT have air conditioning 'Parallel 23' has tables outside and they have an indoor area two rooms but honestly almost never turn on the air actually don't think there is air....

as for o'soleil in somerset they have air it is lovely!

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8. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

Opus and Bella Luna were the only that we found for dining. Lemon did not have a/c and it was way to hot too eat inside (no one was in there) and it was very hot outside. It was our only uncomfortably hot meal. There was not a breeze to be felt. Found the food to not be as good as last year.

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9. Re: Any Air conditioned restaurants on Provo

cmanger, this year was the first we felt the humidity as bad and actually sought out a/c. The residents were even complaining. It was right after a few days of rain.

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