Welcome to Shenanigans!!

April 15th, 2013

Welcome to ShenanigansShenanigans Is a popular Ex Pat Hangout, the Best Restaurant on Saipan

 

Welcome to ShenanigansShenanigans is one of Saipan’s most  popular restaurants with delicious meals and great service. The interior is clean and modern, with a coffee shop feel. Everything on the menu is delicious, with an excellent breakfast menu. . It’s a great place to find fresh salads, excellent focacia bread sandwiches, delicious seafood pastas, and much more. They also provide free wireless internet access. This is one of the best restaurants on Saipan. It features an eclectic, thoughtful menu that includes a wide variety of tasty cuisines and flavors. The service is Island Style: relaxed and everyone gets their food at different times. Specials are appealing, location is convenient, and the staff is terrific. The food is amazing. They have a little bit of something for everyone, and they have created a very unique flavor. Their presentation is very good, and the service is much better than you would expect on an island.  In addition to the cuisine, they have a full bar, and are well versed in making drinks.

Shenanigans Saipan Restaurant, located at the Juan T. Guerrero Building in Garapan, is open from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday to Friday, and from 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Garapan is the largest city on Saipan and is the capital of the Northern Mariana Islands.

The city of Garapan is the most urban area in the CNMI (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands) but is considered more of a “mini town”. Hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, smaller stores and shops, other businesses, and American Memorial Park are all within walking distance from each other, although unfamiliar tourists can take a taxicab to and from the insular areas of the city along with the other villages outside of Garapan. There are no public buses in Saipan, but DFS Galleria provides a free bus to its customers between the store and major hotels around the island.

Welcome to ShenanigansAt American Memorial Park, on Micro Beach Road (at the north end of Beach Road), there is a free museum on the Battle of Saipan with relics, audio recordings, and a documentary in several languages. There is also a gift shop. American Memorial Park is a U.S. National Park.

The Kristo Rai Church is a local landmark on Beach Road across from the fishing base, south of McDonald’s. A historic bell tower is behind the church, to the left if you are on Beach Road facing the church.

Besides the many shopping and eating opportunities in Garapan, there is still much more to do. All beaches on Saipan are public (even if they are located in front of a hotel), so regardless of where you are staying, you can go swimming or enjoy other activities at Micro Beach. You can take a walk, jog, play frisbee, have a picnic, or check out the Visitor Center at American Memorial Park, which is next to Micro Beach. You can get a massage or you can get your hair done. You can rent a car or a motor scooter. You can watch the dancers in front of I Love Saipan, on Beach Road north of DFS Galleria.

There are many opportunities for shopping in Garapan. The DFS Galleria is a large shopping center that offers duty free shopping with low tax. Star Sands Plaza is the largest souvenir and island lifestyle store on island where U.S retail brand outlet Everblue store can be found. ABC STORES has two Saipan branches with an initial inventory that includes stocked grocery, souvenirs, drugs and cosmetics, ABC has grown to carry anything a tourist would need. There is also a popular local department store called Joeten in Garapan that offers unique gifts and grocery items. The Athlete’s Foot is located next to Joeten at Hafa Adai Shopping Center.

Welcome to Shenanigans….We hope you enjoy your visit to Saipan, and while you’re in Garapan please come into Shenanigans and enjoy a delicious meal with great serice.

Shenanigans Saipan Restaurant, located at the Juan T. Guerrero Building in Garapan, is open from 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday to Friday, and from 7 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

All major credit cards accepted except American Express. For reservations, call 233-8324, or you may fill in the contact form on our contact page for reservations or for information on our menu. In addition, before you leave our website, please post your personal comments on our Website Blog.