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New Upper Tumon restaurant touts high quality steak, view

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - Boasting great food and a spectacular view Papa's Steakhouse and Lounge is getting ready to open its doors and just in time for the New Year. Co-owner John Borlas told KUAM News, "We are trying to mix diverse culture of Guam primarily on steak. It's going to be a distinctive type of steak like our founder wanted, so it's going to be unique and then you go on and have the other type of food seafood and all the other rest of the other type of cuisine."

On the cliffside of Airport Road, Papa's features Chamorro family style dining in a VIP setting accommodating over 200 guests over 8,000 square feet of space with a main dining room, a room for private functions, and a bar. Borlas adds that the restaurant was designed so that from any seat in the house patrons will be able to see a stunning view of Tumon Bay. 

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