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 offers International cooking almost good enough to ship home in big to-go boxes. This eatery is open for 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.


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

This section of the Dominican Republic has many popular attractions, making it quite a very active area of town. The nearest visitor favorites from this particular dining option include Cord House and Museum Of Rum and Sugar Cane, both of which are only a quick ride away from the restaurant.

Patrons of this restaurant also tend to love the variety of outdoor activities located around this district. Travelers up for an outdoor challenge won't want to miss the nearest golf facility, Isabel Villas Golf, which can be found not too far from Pate Palo. Though some guests will better enjoy a morning at Montesinos Beach, which you will find to be the most convenient beach and is only three quarters of a mile away. And happily, these two are only some of the beaches and golf courses in this area.

Nearby Restaurants

For diners trying to find another area restaurant that has similar menu items or a similar ambiance, there is no shortage of nearby options to choose from, including Conde De Penalba Restaurant. You'll find it a quarter mile from Pate Palo.

But of course, if you're looking for a change of pace, this region of the Dominican Republic provides an impressive selection of restaurants that will suit the tastes of almost every type of diner. For instance, you might also enjoy some other types of food at Museo Del Jamon.

Credit Cards and Other Info

Pate Palo accepts these 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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