An old-world European beerhouse atmosphere is just one of the ways Grand Café Rembrandt has earned its cool factor. Drawing large crowds of late-night dancers, this Dutch-style pub doubles as a dance floor, with live beats from acoustic and rock artists. Dine and drink outside on the lounge-like terrace, outfitted with couches, chairs, and heavy wooden tables, or perch inside the spectacular space, with wood-lined walls, large gilded chalkboards and paintings, and a huge chandelier hanging over the communal table. Combining a beer garden with a hunting lodge look, the setting is perfect for parties, or just grabbing a brew and one of the seven types of schnitzel. The Dutch cuisine—essentially pub fare—is reasonably priced by Aruban standards, and there are plenty of options for happy hour drink specials.