El Cabito Restaurant

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A harrowing drive over dirt roads and through the jungle, this restaurant takes some work to get to, but most agree its delicious food, gorgeous views, and romantic setting are worth the trip. El Cabito's Restaurant is like an oasis of tranquility and delicious food,served in a laid-back atmosphere.

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El Cabito Restaurant

The menu features Mediterranean-style seafood and local cuisine at a level you wouldn't expect so far off the grid. Paella de Marisco and Caldereta de Marisco are the house specialties. If you have a large group traveling with you, call ahead and they will arrange a buffet for your party.

El Cabito Restaurant is a bar and grill that offers Creole and Mediterranean cuisines, as well as seafood. As far as service and setting, you can expect the formality to be informal. They are open for business during breakfast, dinner, brunch, and lunch, giving interested visitors several chances to drop in.

Ambiance

El Cabito is not just a restaurant, but a place that radiates a certain energy. Many people experience it as a place where they feel truly inspired by the sheer beauty of nature that surrounds us. People come here for cold drinks or a quick snack during a hiking trip, romantic sunset-dinners, cocktail parties and laid-back wedding receptions. There are nine tables with between two and six seats per table able for guests to use.

Location

This restaurant is on the premises of El Cabito, which can be found northeast of Arroyo Del Cabo, a village in the Samana Peninsula; it is 2.0 miles to the east-northeast of Las Galeras.

Because the choice of sights and attractions isn't quite as wide, some travelers may want to call a cab for a wider range of options.

Besides the cuisine, something else to try in this neighborhood is Playa Madama, a nearby beach, where visitors can stop and truly take in the scenery.

Nearby Restaurants

For guests seeking out another restaurant in the area that has similar kinds of food or comparable prices, you might enjoy trying La Mata Rosada, though you will likely have to drive a bit out of the way to get there. Diners will find it in Samana.

However, if you're in the mood for a change of pace, this region of Hispaniola features a long list of food and beverage venues that will be sure to satisfy nearly any type of diner. For example, you can also try Caribbean food at Beach Club Playa Grande, which is just steps from the beach.

Hours and Other Info

A meal will generally cost between $10 and $30(USD) here.

The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays and recommend that visitors call for a reservation, especially if they will be ordering the lobster.

Contact Info

Location: La Caleta, the Samana Peninsula, Hispaniola

Phone: (829) 697-9506

Website: http://elcabito.net/restaurant/restaurant-sunset-bar/

Email: info@elcabito.net

 

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