Pate Palo

Named after Peg-Leg, a pirate credited with opening the very first tavern in the new world in the very building where Pat'e Palo now resides, this upscale dining establishment is favored for the view it offers as well as its food.


Continental cuisine fills up the menu at Pat'e Palo, with each dish flavored to perfection.

Pate Palo has a focus on ever-popular International cooking that's almost worth licking the plate for. Diners are welcome to come by to enjoy both dinner and lunch, so give it a try. You might discover some dishes that you fall in love with.


The building in which Pate Palo is located in was originally built in the 1500s and has a charm about it that can only be created naturally. Inside, the restaurant is often dimly lit to promote intimacy, decked out with thick wood tables, and has a cool quiet vibe about it. Thursdays through Sundays, live guitar music will accompany your meal.


Situated in Zona Colonial, It is at 21 La Atarazana Street.

You can merge restaurant visit with excellent local sightseeing options by heading to one of the area's many attractions, such as Museum Of Rum and Sugar Cane.

Many guests say they've come to these parts for the variety of outdoorsy activities nearby. Anyone up for an outdoor challenge will certainly want to check out the closest golf facility, Isabel Villas Golf, which is not too far from Pate Palo. While you're in town, also check out Montesinos Beach, which you will find to be the most convenient beach and is only three quarters of a mile away. Also, these are just a few of the golf courses and beaches nearby.

Nearby Restaurants

For diners looking to find another area restaurant that has similar kinds of food or a similar ambiance, there are lots of nearby places to choose between, including La Residence. Guests will find it a few hundred yards to the south-southeast of this restaurant.

Then again, if you're looking for something different, this region of the Dominican Republic features an impressive range of dining possibilities that will satisfy nearly any type of diner. For example, you could also try the food offered by Museo Del Jamon.

Credit Cards and Other Info

Pate Palo accepts the following credit cards: American Express, Master Card, and Visa.

Contact Info

Location: 21 La Atarazana Street, Zona Colonial, the Dominican Republic

Phone: (809) 687-8089



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