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KM 22 Autopista Las Americas next to Las Americas Free Zn, Santo Domingo, DO

  • Phone: (809) 549-2525
  • Fax: (809) 549-2727
4.3 out of 5 (15 reviews)
87% of guests recommend this hotel


»El Pelícano

Located at the Coral Hamaca Beach Hotel & Casino, this restaurant overlooking the San Andres Bay in Boca Chica offers prime international cuisine. Although famous for its seafood selections such as Lobster, Paella Marinera, Fried Squids and Shrimp/Lobster Mofongo, tasty and varied poultry and pasta dishes are also available on the menu. Visitors are welcome to bring their swimsuits and enjoy the warm waters of the adjacent Boca Chica Beach or the location's private Jacuzzi. There is also a small pool for children. Reservations are recommended during the weekends and holidays. -Rualina Manzano

Calle Duarte 12
Santo Domingo,


If you are eager to taste of the best and guaranteed fresh seafood in the Dominican Republic, then you should not miss Neptuno's. Breathtaking views of Boca Chica and the Caribbean Sea will complement your culinary experience in a unique natural ambiance. Here you can decide to splash your feet in the crystal-clear beach while you drink a Pina Colada or choose it as a romantic setting while you decide to sit in the above-the-water deck. You can also opt to watch the tank with rays, baby sharks and other interesting marine creatures. -Rualina Manzano

Calle Duarte 12
Santo Domingo,

»Che Bandoneon

Your dining experience can only be made even better when you are able to choose exactly which cut you want, and at Che Bandoneon you are able to do just that. The house specialty is the ‘Ranch Style Beef Filet' and the ‘Ranch Style Steak'. Both are tender and juicy and prepared to your exact specifications. Diners can choose to enjoy their meal indoors or outside on the terrace. As you are enjoying your meal an Argentinean accordion player will soothe you with sounds form his homeland. Exquisite and unparalleled French pastries, worth trying, are served for dessert.

Calle El Conde
Santo Domingo,

»Coco's Restaurant

Looking for a bit of England in Santo Domingo? A visit to this delightful restaurant, furnished with wooden furniture, will satisfy your cravings. The eatery retains the look of a colonial house, which is only emphasized by its setting in the Colonial Zone. Even the bar is reminiscent of a traditional English pub. Customers have the choice between an air-conditioned dining room, which is also a nonsmoking area, and the patio. Menu items include Homemade Chicken Liver & Bacon pate, Veal and Mushroom, as well as Curried Lamb with Rice.

Calle Padre Billini 53
Santo Domingo,

»Ristorante La Briciola

Ristorante La Briciola specializes in authentic Italian cuisine. Since the time it opened it has been visited by distinguished personalities, celebrities, and art veterans. Its magnificent architectural style is reminiscent of the 16th Century. It has six different levels: the Spanish Patio, the Terraces, the Piano Bar, the Bar, the Salon and the Plazoleta. Buffet services are offered for special events and occasions.

Calle Arzobispo Meriño No. 152-A
Santo Domingo,

»Hard Rock Cafe Santo Domingo

Located in the colonial zone, Hard Rock Cafe faces the famous Catedral Primada de América. Another landmark to find it is the Columbus' statue that is located right across from the cafe. Boasting of one of the best locales and stylish interiors, the cafe lives up to its international fame. A spacious place with plush interiors, it also serves some really delectable American varieties and beverages. A shop where Rock Memorabilia can be bought is also open throughout the cafe hours. All in all, it's a true experience of 'rocking senses' as the cafe promises.

El Conde 103
Santo Domingo,

»Pat´e Palo European Brasserie

This cozy restaurant in the Colonial Zone specializing in European food is located where the first tavern in the Americas once existed. The environment is casual and includes three distinct spaces: the main room, the bar/brasserie and the patio, from where various of the most impressive colonial monuments are visible. The decoration of this restaurant-Café is allegoric to the life of the famous pirate Pat´e Palo.

La Calle Atarazana
Santo Domingo,

»Lucia 203

Lucia 203 is a friendly restaurant and bar that offers a variety of dishes, but the restaurant's main attraction is jazz. The restaurant hosts events, including concerts. So order a drink, relax and enjoy the jazz.

Calle Hostos 203
Santo Domingo, 10210

»Campo de Francia Café & Restaurant

This restaurant-café is located on a quiet, cozy block of Conde street in the Colonial area. French cuisine is the forte here, with the three varieties of fondue being highly recommended. Soft background music, usually in French, heightens the magical candlelit atmosphere. You'll be able to listen to live music from Th to Sa, usually beautiful pieces played on the piano.

Calle El Conde No. 54
Santo Domingo,

»La Mezquita

At La Mezquita renowned chefs Dechoudes and Baez have created an array of original dishes where seafood and Spanish-style cuisine merge. The house specialties include the Mero Bretona, Langostinos a la Bilbaina and, for dessert, the house forte is the fruit pudding. The menu include other items such as Arroz con Pollo and Black Beans and Rice, offered for those who prefer more traditional dishes. The service here is definitely one of the best in the area.

Avenida Independencia 407
Santo Domingo,

»Ristorante Pappalapasta

Creating the right ambiance is what makes a dining experience worthwhile. Very probably this factor will guarantee your return, along, of course, with a delicious meal. At this award-winning restaurant attendants will have the opportunity to experience both. Here, they will be able to savor the the most delicious dishes amidst an elegant ambience surrounded by fine works of art, some by local artists. The house specialty is a perfectly prepared 16 oz. veal chop. An excellent accompaniment to this dish is the arugula salad topped with Parmesan cheese.

Calle Dr. Baez 23
Santo Domingo,

»El Mesón de Castilla

The first thing you will notice upon entering this restaurant is the Spanish motif in its decoration, as well as the variety of pendent plants distributed around the entrance. After that, you will realize the restaurant offers a wide variety of mouth-watering dishes, such as Cochinillo, Cordero Asado and Paella (an excellent dish). One of the most widely recommended Spanish delicacies is the unforgettable Fried Bread Slices (fried bread, previously soaked in milk and covered with syrup). If you are undecided about your order, the waiters will happily aid you with a kind suggestion.

Calle Drive Báez No. 8
Santo Domingo,
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