A rustic bar with a thatched roof, Hurrican Hole may has well be called the "Watering Hole," for the number of beach-goers and sailors who stop by just to grab a drink.
Daily specials are written out on a chalk board. Usually the drink menu is a lot longer than the breakfast and lunch offering.
The Hurricane Hole is a bar and grill that offers American and Caribbean cuisines, as well as hamburgers. The setting here, as far as the style and level of formality, is very casual. This location serves food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so your family can try this restaurant almost any time the mood strikes.
This restaurant is a part of, which is located near the center of Luperon, a village in the Western side of the Dominican Republic; it's 18.9 miles to the west-northwest of Puerto Plata.
One benefit of stopping or staying in the area near this restaurant is Luperon Beach, the closest beach, where you might nod off after a good meal or a long day.
For those hoping to find an area restaurant with some similar menu items or a similar price range, there are several nearby dining spots to consider, including Captain Steve's Place.
In contrast, if you want something a little different, this section of the Dominican Republic features a wide range of food and drink locales, where you can find all kinds of flavors and cuisine types. For instance, you might also enjoy some other menu items at.
Location: Luperon, the Dominican Republic
Phone: (809) 315-1940
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