Almost everywhere in the Dominican Republic, expect to come upon a tempting spread of options when it comes to dining. But guests who seek Mexican cuisine in particular will definitely want to check out the places known for these fun flavors. In this destination overall, there's more than enough restaurants that offer this favorite.
From the pleasant, very casual atmosphere at Taco Bell Camino Chiquito to the lingering deliciousness of dinner and lunch at , there's a menu suited for each traveler and all types of budgets.
The list below allows you to pursue the group of popular establishments that offer Mexican fare. For each restaurant, you can click its name to learn more about its style, hours, or even what the view will be like.
Don Nacho Taquería, which is on the premises of Ágora Mall, is located just outside the heart of Santo Domingo. Does your whole family love tacos? If you say yes, make this restaurant the one thing everyone will harmonize over. <p>Despite being a food court restaurant, they take great pride in the quality of their food. Everything is fresh and even the tortillas are homemade. Menu offerings include fajitas, quesadillas, burritos, tacos, and of course, nachos.</p>
Restaurante La Quinta is found outside the center of Santo Domingo. Head on over to Santo Domingo when you have a strong hankering for tacos.
Positioned near the center of Santo Domingo, Rita's Cafe is a logical choice for vacationers thinking about spending some time visiting this neighborhood or the surrounding area. It's worth noting that within the genre of Mexican-inspired cuisine, this place will recommend their best: seafood and steak.
Taco Bell Camino Chiquito is located near the middle of Santo Domingo. Make the trip here to Santo Domingo if your busy day calls for a satisfying serving of tacos. <p>Taco Bell has an extensive menu of Mexican fare, including tacos, burritos, taco salads, Mexican pizzas, and nachos. Finish off your meal with an apple empanada or a bag of the popular cinnamon twists.</p>
Located near the center of Santo Domingo, La Vecindad is on Tiradentes Avenue. When you'd rather not get all dressed up before having a good plate of Mexican cuisine, stop by this local eatery where the vibe is very casual.
|Don Nacho Taquería||Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||(809) 549-5804|
|Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||(809) 633-2121|
|Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||(809) 566-4023|
|Zona Colonial, Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||--|
|Restaurante La Quinta||Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||(809) 255-0606|
|Rita's Cafe||Downtown Santo Domingo||Italian, Latin American, Mexican||(809) 688-9400|
|Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||--|
|Taco Bell Camino Chiquito||Central Santo Domingo||Mexican||(312) 454-9066|
If your heart's not set on this cuisine in particular, you'll find commonality between the restaurants above and restaurants like these:
|Barra Payan||(809) 689-6654||Latin American||Downtown Santo Domingo|
|(809) 333-9001||Latin American||Downtown Santo Domingo|
|Gallo Pinto Restaurant||(809) 567-4345||Latin American||Central Santo Domingo|
|Meson De Bari||(809) 687-4091||Latin American||Zona Colonial, Central Santo Domingo|
|(809) 947-8312||Latin American||Downtown Santo Domingo|
|(809) 288-2124||Latin American||0.4 mi. East of Central San Cristobal|
|Cane||(809) 368-2200||Latin American||Central Santo Domingo|
|(809) 866-0911||South American||Zona Colonial, Central Santo Domingo|
|Chili's Santo Domingo||(809) 955-3273||Tex-Mex||Downtown Santo Domingo|
|--||Latin American||0.7 mi. South of Central Boca Chica|
Some of the most memorable foods in the Dominican Republic are those that you happen upon while trekking the town of your choice. Although, it's still smart to plan ahead. To find out more regarding the dining options available to you, check out this page.
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