"Beachside restaurant" can mean plenty of things, but this quiet enclave on the crescent bay in the fisherman village of Savaneta helped define toes-in-the-sand dining in Aruba. While it's a bit of a drive from the resorts on the island, Flying Fishbone is popular not only for its tables placed literally in the water, but also for its stellar service and creative cuisine. Tiki torches and table lanterns set the stage for a pleasant atmosphere that's enhanced by the fresh seafood, straight from the local fish market nearby. Entrées range from skirt steak and beef tenderloin to house favorites like the shrimp shiitake and blue cheese casserole and the "Savaneta's Seafood History," with curry sauce, rice, and vegetables. Tables start in the sand and are placed all the way down to the water, so there's really no bad seat in the house. For those who don't want to get their feet wet, there are plenty of additional tables in the intimate open-air dining area, encased by white curtains in a setting that couldn't get more romantic.