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Best Sunday Eats on Guam

Best Sunday Eats on Guam

So, here is the situation: It's Sunday, and you're with the entire family. As lunch or supper approaches you must decide where to eat. Unfortunately, most of Guam's restaurants are closed on Sunday, either for lunch or for the entire day! Have no fear -- we've scoured the island to find the Best Sunday Eats on Guam. Benii Japanese Read More...
Things Nobody Told Me About Moving to Guam

Things Nobody Told Me About Moving to Guam

By Jessica Peterson It's expensive Nearly everything on Guam is imported and that means costs are higher than in the States. It's not like South America or the Caribbean where the cost of living can be relatively low for a Statesider. The costliest items are gas, food, and utilities. For example, as of September 2014 gas was $4.87 per gallon. Read More...
Local Produce on Guam: Where Can I Find It?

Local Produce on Guam: Where Can I Find It?

"Eat local" is far more than a marketing message, it can be a way of life. Yes, even on a Guam! We've partnered with Farm to Table Guam as well as our local columnists to show you how to buy and eat local, from honey to lettuce. Read our comparison of local versus imported food by nutritional value, written by local biology teacher Arlene Read More...

Guam RestaurantsView All

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(671) 686-0770

Lower level of Northwest Plaza, Tamuning, Guam

Monday-Saturday 5 p.m.-2 a.m.

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671-734-1333

University Drive intersection next to Mobil on Route 10, Mangilao, Guam 96913

Mon-Sat 6am-9pm, Sun 6am-7pm

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(671) 632-2388

320 N. Marine Corps Drive, Dededo, Guam 96912

7 days 10 a.m.-2 p.m., 5:00-10 p.m.

Guam EventsView All

13 Sep

Chamorro Village, Guam

September 13, 2014 To September 13, 2014

9:00 am To 2:00 pm

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Boonie Stomp Bens Falls Guam
25 Oct

Chamorro Village

October 25, 2014 To October 25, 2014

9:00 am To 3:00 pm

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Boonie Stomp Double Reef Guam
18 Oct

Chamorro Village

October 18, 2014 To October 18, 2014

9:00 am To 1:00 pm

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Essential Guam

15 Things to Know Before You Go to Guam

15 Things to Know Before You Go to Guam

By Jessica Peterson Guam is unique and complex. It looks like one thing on the surface, but it's entirely another animal underneath. Save time, money, and embarrassment on your trip (or move) to Guam with these tips! You can thank us later. Chamorron is not a word Newbies mistake the name of Guam's indigenous people with the insulting misnomer Read More...
12 Best Dives on Guam

12 Best Dives on Guam

By Peyton Roberts Tokai Maru and SMS Cormoran Perhaps the most well known dive sites on Guam, this combination of wrecks from two different world wars is the only such dive site in the world. Both wrecks are unique dives on their own, but a chance to touch both at the same time is a memorable achievement for any diver’s bucket list. The Blue Read More...
Top 10 Snorkeling Spots on Guam

Top 10 Snorkeling Spots on Guam

By Peyton Roberts Guam may be better known for its world-class dive sites, but there are plenty of great underwater adventures to be had without a tank — if you know where to go. Grab your mask, snorkel and fins and hit up these favorite spots, which rank in the top 10 for their ease of accessibility, excellent visibility, and diversity Read More...
Top Dive Spots in Micronesia

Top Dive Spots in Micronesia

While Guam is full of great dive spots, divers living here are also lucky to be just a short plane ride away from some of the most amazing diving spots in the world. This is a unique opportunity that should not be squandered for those passionate about diving and exploring the world under water. Guam’s most experienced divers weighed in on the Read More...