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Ricardo Hernandez
Ricardo Hernandez

Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino

Our bright Quisqueya offers a hearty breakfast with mangu, delicious mashed plantains.

From our beautiful, well-appointed guest rooms with their cotton-rich linens and plush down comforters to the incredible views of the Caribbean Sea right outside your window, everything you’ll find at the newly renovated Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino is designed with one thing in mind: to help you relax. Not that that’s ever difficult in Santo Domigo. Let our resident Navigator be your guide to the very best this island paradise has to offer. And when you’re ready to return to the hotel, you’ll find more than enough to keep you entertained. Our sparkling outdoor pool, tennis club, casino, fully equipped fitness center and high-end restaurants mean you’ll never have the same day twice, not matter how long you stay with us.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC Fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • On-Site Casino
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
Full hotel details

El Catador

Sit back and relax with friends at El Catador while sipping on an endless supply of rare and delicious wine.
This is not only a place to buy wine, but also the perfect setting for a small reunion or a quiet night with friends. This great spot will transform wine tasting into a fantastic experience you will never forget. With the help of El Catador's wine experts, you will learn about your purchases and how to make the most of your wines by properly pairing them with your meals. 
Address:Calle José Brea Peña, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 540 1644
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Arturo Fuente Cigar Club

This classy cigar club is ideal for aficionados looking to sample the finest hand-rolled Dominican cigars; their Fuente Opus X is legendary.
This renowned cigar label manufactures some of the world's best cigars. Each of their signature lines like the Chateau Fuente (hand-crafted Connecticut shade wrapper and vintage tobacco) is carefully displayed in the walk-in humidor. These mild-to-medium-bodied cigars are superior in style and flavor, and the entire range of authentic blends are available in store. The in-house bar is ultra stylish, welcoming the who's who of Santo Domingo. Dress to impress if you want to gain entry to this exclusive venue for dinner and cocktails. Come here on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for some of the best live jazz in town. 
Address:211 Avenida 27 de Febrero, El Vergel, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 683 2771

Rollers

Beat the heat and head to this roller rink for some old school fun. The safety gear rental and snack bar are an added bonus.
Fun for the whole family, Rollers in Santo Domingo is a great place for indoor entertainment when its too hot to be outside. This roller skating rink is filled with bright and bold colors, the latest tunes and choreographed lighting effects that sync with the music. The skate rentals are moderately priced and include safety gear for all ages, while the snack bar will keep the kids fed and entertained during skating breaks. Private party rooms are perfect for birthday parties or special events. 
Address:32 Avenida Tiradentes, Silver Sun Gallery, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 542 1222
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Museo de las Casas Reales

Step back in time as you visit this 300-year-old heritage structure that was the first seat of the Spanish government in the Americas.
This 16-century structure once housed the administrative offices and official residences of the colonial government in Santo Domingo. Two connected buildings make up the complex, the Palace of the Governors and the Palace of the Royal Court. Each of the nine rooms of the building retain their original furnishings, decoration, ceramics, Taíno artifacts, ancient armor and furniture that offer a glimpse of life from the 1500s to the 1800s. Wander through the halls and offices to get an idea of judicial structure, military duties and family life during this period. Self-guided audio tours are available in multiple languages and offer further interesting facts about the building and its many illustrious inhabitants.
Address:Calle Las Damas esquina Las Mercedes, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo
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Mila Restaurante

Pair innovative dishes like the duck confit pizza with Stilton cheese and orange confit with a glass of wine at this trendy restaurant.
Mila is a family-run neighborhood restaurant that serves classic comfort food with a gourmet twist. Dine on tasty dishes like the Serrano and rucola pizza with Padano cheese, semi-cured manchego and chicken salad. The ambiance is chic yet inviting. The black-and-white decor contrasts beautifully with rustic dishes like wooden platters of shared appetizers, aromatic baked fondutas, bouillabaisse pies, and paellas. The breakfast menu is especially popular; opt for the classic Dominican breakfast or a delicious caramelized french toast. A carefully-chosen selection of wines are the ideal accompaniment to your meal.
Address:114 Avenida Sarasota, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 532 6452
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Bottega Fratelli

In Italian, "bottega" can mean an artist's workshop, and every detail of the restaurant has been labored over with an artist's fine eye.
Progressive and classically chic are the best words to describe this Paintini neighborhood Italian restaurant that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. More often than not, the impulse for the classic — in setting and in taste — gives way to luxury. There is a thoughtful but cavernous selection of wine, champagne, and Prosecco, a private lounge, and a romantic terrace with outdoor seating. While reveling in the restaurant's grace, consider classic Italian dishes, like prosciutto San Daniele with mozzarella bocconcini, pollo al mattone, or risotto with a reputation to die for.
Address:C/José Amado Soler, esquina Calle Pablo Casals, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 562 6060
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Pura Tasca

Explore the city's Spanish culinary heritage at this hacienda-style tapas restaurant overlooking the picturesque Plaza.
Experience a slice of Barcelona's famous tapas culture in the heart of the Zona Colonial at Pura Tasca. Dine alfresco as you mingle with fellow tourists and locals over sangria and shared eats. Savor Spanish tapas like the Iberian ham on toast, Mamá Tingo (goat stew with peasant bread), or the shrimp and fish ceviche with tea spheres and tangerine. Choose from over 15 kinds of sangria.
Address:Calle Emiliano Tejera 51, Plaza España, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 333 8494
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Muelle 47

This maritime restaurant combines Dominican and Peruvian flavors with an Italian flair.
Seafood is the highlight of the menu with dishes from hot-off-the-grill salmon, squid, and tuna to cold appetizers like citrus-infused tiradito and tuna tartar. The ambiance is casual chic and soothing sounds of splashing waves and seagulls transport you right to a waterfront pier. Don't leave without sampling the sumptuous mascarpone dessert, as it's a perfect end to a gourmet meal.
Address:Avenida John F. Kennedy, Galería 360, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 807 5260
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Jet Set

This club is where locals come to dance. There is live music every night for those who wish to dance.
Jet Set is one of the most popular and happening clubs in Santo Domingo. The large and open amphitheater-style interior is perfect for the best acoustics to compliment the almost nightly live music that is presented. The lively atmosphere is perfect for a night out dancing and making new friends. Monday nights in particular are fun as they feature live Latin music like bachata, merengue and salsa.
Address:Avenida Independencia 2253, Plaza El Portal, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 535 4145

Lulu Tasting Bar

Serving delectable tapas and tasty cocktails, this lounge's intimate atmosphere is perfect for a romantic outing.
Lulu Tasting Bar will draw you in with its beautiful exterior. The white walls of this colonial-style building are covered with vines, surrounding a verdant patio. Inside, the modern decor is a nice contrast to the traditional exterior. Tapas like fried ravioli, mini creme brulees and kebabs provide a plethora of flavors to enjoy. Pair with one of their exquisite cocktails for the best experience!
Address:Calle Padre Billini, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 686 0424

La Alpargateria

An espadrille store that makes their shoes by hand while you wait in the cafe on the back of the store.
This store is filled with hip handmade espadrilles. If you don't find what your looking for you can always take fabric to them and have them sew one to your liking. While you wait, go to the back and you will find a bar and some options to snack on. Makes for a lovely afternoon or night even if your not in the mood to buy shoes.
Address:La Alpargatería, Salome Ureña #59, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 221 3158
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Sabina Bar

Joaquín Sabina fans will recognize the name of this bar's signature drink - the Eva Tomando el Sol (Brugal, green apple and melon liquor).
Named for Spanish artist Joaquín Sabina, this restaurant weaves his artistic influence and poetry into every aspect of the experience here, from the musical selection to the innovative cocktails named after his most famous works. Tucked away in the heart of the Zona Colonial, Sabina Bar welcomes an eclectic patronage from locals to tourists looking to experience another side of the city's vibrant nightlife. Exposed brick walls, low lighting and an stage for live acoustic music create an inviting and welcoming space. Linger over bottles of Dominican wine or Presidente beer served vestida de novia as the harmonious strains of live guitar music set the perfect mood for an evening out.
Address:206 Calle Isabel La Catolica, Santo Domingo, 10210
phone:+1 809 906 9706
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Murals at Renaissance Jaragua Hotel & Casino

Discover vibrant murals that celebrate the artistic heritage of Santo Domingo and a passion for urban art at the Renaissance Jaragua.
A five-star luxury hotel may be the last place you would expect to find cultural art, yet that is exactly what you'll discover here. Subverting preconceived notions, these murals truly embody the eclectic spirit of the Caribbean people. Each mural is the work of a talented local artist and speaks of a dynamic local arts culture that dates back centuries. From the streets of the city to the hotel's Sol Pool Lounge and Bar, these murals truly capture the essence of Santo Domingo.
Address:367 George Washington Avenue, Renaissance Jaragua Hotel & Casino, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 221 2222
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Cosas del País

Specializing in souvenirs and delicacies unique to the Dominican Republic, this is a great spot to get a taste of local culture.
Tucked away in Santo Domingo's Agora Mall, Cosas del País sells a variety of local products. From sweets and fresh coconut milk to cigars and hand crafted dominos, this little shop takes pride in its country's products. They even sell the famed refreshing drink, Mabi del Seibo, a sweet concoction made with sugar, water and vine indium with a secret recipe that takes upwards of one to two months to ferment. For local souvenirs and products, Cosas del País is the place to visit.
Address:Avenida Abraham Lincoln, Agora Mall, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 549 5463
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Choco Museo

Learn everything about Dominican cacao and the art of chocolate making, from growing the bean to the final product.
ChocoMuseo is a must visit for all those interested in chocolate and its origins. Explore the artisanal factory with interactive exhibitions and workshops, and learn about chocolate through taste, touch, and aroma. Purchase unique gifts and souvenirs like the bolitas de cacao and cacao nib-infused rum and carry home a bit of Santo Domingo along with you.
Address:254 Calle Arzobispo Meriño, Corner of El Conde, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 221 8222

Cultura Cervecera

Discover an extensive selection of artisan beers from labels like at this trendy pub.
Pair rustic platters of snacks like sliders, sausages and cheeses with their list of beers from Haiti, Germany, U.S.A., Belgium, Czech Republic, Spain, Britain, and more. Not sure what to sample? Don't worry, their informed staff can not only help you find the perfect beer to suit your taste, but also team it up with tasty eats for a great beer tasting experience.
Address:Calle Arzobispo Meriño #266, Evaristo Morales, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 533 9436

Salomé Terraza Bar

Views of Calle La Atarazana, craft cocktails and live music set the tone for a wonderful evening at this upscale bar.
The Salomé Terraza Bar is housed in a 16th-century colonial mansion and the bar juxtaposes traditional architecture with stylish mood lighting, cozy wrought-iron tables and sophisticated decor to create an inviting, romantic space. Choose from a selection of global wines and expertly-mixed drinks to pair with eclectic small plates. Savor the experience of dining under the stairs.
Address:2 Calle La Atarazana, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 689 2900

Bonyé Group

Come and enjoy the typical Dominican music in the heart of the Colonial Zone!
Free musical performances of Merengue, Jazz and Son held every Sunday in the Ruinas de San Francisco, Colonial City from 5 pm to 10 pm.
Address:Ruinas de San Francisco, Colonial zone, Santo Domingo
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Chu Chu Colonial

Take a trip to the past with a ride in the nicest train that shares more than 500 years of history in just 45 minutes.
Get to know the most beautiful part of the city in the nicest train that explores more than 500 years of history during a 45 minute journey, giving the most important details of the Colonial Zone.
Address:Calle El Conde No.60, Santo Domingo
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Tostón Gourmet

This restaurant takes the humble plantain and elevates to new heights with dishes like the Yeti burger.
This informal restaurant has a relaxed vibe perfect for an after-work drink with colleagues or a casual lunch date. Their menu shines the spotlight on plantains, a staple in Dominican cooking, presented in an entirely new way. Here, plantains are both the star of the show, and a substitute for bread, replacing everything from burger buns to the pizza crusts.
Address:Plaza Cinevision, Avenida Bolivar, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 908 3339
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Jalao

If you want to delight you palate with Dominican dishes, this is the perfect place to indulge in delicious cuisine.
Come to discover a piece of Dominican culture and cuisine at Jalao, located in the heart of the Colonial Zone. With a totally Dominican menu and cozy atmosphere you can savor dishes like chicharrón and casabe, grilled octopus and guineítos, and for dessert, a banana split topped with banana flambé.
Address:Parque Colón #103, Colonial Zone, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809) 687 8360

Luna Tapas Bar & Restaurant

Pair a wide selection of top-shelf Dominican rums like the oak-aged Brugal 1888 with innovative small plates.
Luna impresses with its modern decor, exceptional bar menu, and award-winning service. Cozy private booths, communal-style tables, and high bar seats allow an array of dining experiences from casual socializing with fellow guests to more quiet dinners for two. Sip craft cocktails that draw on Santo Domingo's Caribbean heritage like the fresh mango mojito.
Address:367 George Washington Avenue, Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 221 2222
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Maria Bonita

Named after Mexican actress Maria Felix, this restaurant's menu and decor are influenced by her admirable style.
To create his menu Gerardo Perez was inspired by Maria Bonita, the Latin Marilyn Monroe of the 1960s. He gave birth to a very rich and different menu with a touch of originality and creativity. In the restaurant there is a main room and a very beautiful terrace that at night is transformed into romantic and cozy place for friends and families who want to relax and try unique dishes.
Address:Calle Federico Geraldino, Plaza Meza Luna, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809567 6400
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Andres Carnes

This barbecue restaurant has a unique premise as you select your cuts of meat and veggies by weight.
Andres Carnes is a no-frills eatery that specializes in serving up some of the freshest barbecue you're likely to find in Santo Domingo. The husband and wife duo, Andres and Digna Lamarche, have combined two concepts here - that of a traditional deli with a churrascaria - making for a casually upbeat dining experience.
Address:Av. Nuñez de Caceres #252, Esquina Calle Centro Olimpico, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 (809) 544 3053
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Diseño Local Store

Artsy unique articles for sale in a two-story colonial house where you can have sushi and beer.
A group of students from a local school of design decided to open a store where they can sell their unique pieces, so they created Diseño Local Store. Here you can purchase clothing, accessories, books, or decorative pieces for your home as well as really good sushi and beer while listening to the best playlist of music that goes from the 1930s to contemporary artists.
Address:Arzobispo Meriño #107, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 379 2009

Galería Toledo

A hidden little gallery where you can find handmade pieces of local art for your home.
This is a small gallery filled with pieces handcrafted by contemporary and upcoming local artists. It is a great spot to find paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, or other kind of decorative items for your home. If your looking for an uncommon souvenir to remember your visit to our lovely country, this is definitely the place to go to.
Address:Plaza María de Toledo, Calle Isabel La Católica, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 688 7649

Dock's Nail Lounge

This chic lounge pampers you with unique nail and beauty treatments as you sip on glasses of sangria.
This beauty is located on the second level of the Acropolis Shopping Center. It's a convenient spot to enjoy a hour or two of relaxation in-between shopping stops. Skin treatments, shiatsu massage, facials, nail care, and other beauty services are available at this well-appointed beauty lounge. Opt for the Premium Organic Pedicure that pampers your feet with an organic paraffin treatment.
Address:Avenida Winston Churchill, 2/F, Acropolis Center, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 566 2145

Parque Colon

Located at the center of Ciudad Colonial, the main feature of this park is a statue of Christopher Columbus.
Originally known as Plaza Mayor, this historic square was renamed in 1877 after the Columbus statue housed here that was sculpted by Ernest Gilbert. Surrounded by top attractions like the Catedral de Santa Maria la Menor, Palacio Borgella, and the Municipal Palace, this is a great place to catch your breath and do some people watching on one of Santo Domingo's busiest streets, the Calle del Conde.
Address:Calle El Conde, Corner of Calle El Conde and Isabel la Católica, Santo Domingo
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Segazona

Order a refreshing chilled beer at this bar and nightclub while unwinding on the patio to the sound of live music.
Segazona specializes in Italian and international cuisine. This is a great place to savor comfort food specials like house-made lasagna, gnocchi in pesto sauce, and flavorful bruschetta paired with pitchers of fruity sangria. The terrace is ideal for people watching in an atmospheric setting in the heart of the Colonial Zone. Don’t miss the performances of DJ’s at Fridays.
Address:54 Calle El Conde, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 685 4441 / +1 809 685 4440
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Alcazar de Don Diego Colon

This palace was built for Columbus’s son and as the center of court life entertained famous men like Ponce de Leon.
This interesting historical building was built in the 1520s. The palace was primarily constructed in Italian Renaissance style with some Gothic details. In 1809 and 1835, parts of the building collapsed due to major landslides, but in 1957 it was restored to its present condition, where visitors can now come admire and soak in the intense historical atmosphere.
Address:Plaza de España, Puertas de las Atarazanas y San Diego, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 686 8657
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El Conuco

For a fun Dominican dining experience, this restaurant serves local dishes like Mofongo along with a dance performance.
Decorated with countryside paraphernalia that reflects the happiness of the island, this restaurant offers guests authentic Dominican flavors. Dine to the rhythms of a sensual merengue played on the tambora, the guira and the accordion. Even the plates are made of typical behuco and sugarcane, and most dishes are adorned with cayenne flowers.
Address:Calle Casimiro de Moya #152, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 686 0129
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La Casa de los Dulces

A one stop shopping place for Dominican desserts where you will find options for everyone with a sweet tooth.
Since 1978 this humble store has specialized in typical Dominican desserts and little more. If you want to take your loved ones souvenirs, we seriously recommend you swing by this store as it is inexpensive and fully stocked with all kinds goodies that will help you convey to those back home what our country is all about.
Address:Emiliano Tejera 106, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 685 0785
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Peképolis

This miniature city allows kids to take on different roles and learn about the world.
Peképolis is a place where kids can learn and have fun. Built to resemble a small city, kids can learn about different aspects of everyday life here while playing different roles, like firefighters, cooks, veterinarians, and more. There are also areas for kids to draw, read books, and make their own radio show. Peképolis is a great place to host a birthday party.
Address:Avendia Tiradentes, Silver Sun Gallery, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 683 7353

The Cock's Tail

Sip on creative cocktails like the El Gallo (with Brugal XV, basil, ginger, and lime) at this trendy Piantini hotspot.
Music is a large part of the experience at this hip bar in the vibrant city center. This cozy bar is perfect for post-work drinks with friends or a late night out on the town. Elevating mixology to an art, the original concoctions and old school classics showcase the best liquors and house-made infusions with an eye to detail, served with a unique twist. Happy hour is between 6p and 9p daily.
Address:144 Avenida Gustavo Mejia Ricart, Plaza Cataluña, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 768 7185
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Duarte Park

The perfect place to share some beer with friends and wait for the bars to open.
A friendly and artsy atmosphere is what you will find here. This park is located at the end of Duarte St. and was named after the leader of the movement that achieved the freedom of our country. A nice spot to see the afternoon turn into night under the watchful eye of Duarte's statue. If your lucky you will run into musicians jamming in one of the benches while sharing a beer.
Address:Duarte Park, Calle Duarte con Padre Billini, Santo Domingo
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Iglesia y Convento de los Dominicos

One of the oldest churches of the new world that took 22 years to complete; with such beauty you'll understand why.
As all mendicant order churches this building is characterized by its simplicity. White walls with wooden altars and golden details give you a sense of peace and solemnity. This lovely church was once the home of the first university of the New World and is also one of only three churches in the world that has a Zodiac wheel carved in stone. Pagan symbols seldom found in Catholic churches.
Address:Convento los Dominicos, Calle Padre Billini, Santo Domingo
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Calle Hostos

Old and picturesque street you must walk through on your way to the San Francisco Monastery ruins.
This lovely street was used for one of the scenes in The Godfather because it represents the essence of a colonial city with its stone road, long stairway, antique lamps and colorful wooden houses. It was declared cultural patrimony to make sure it will be preserved for future generations as its is a lovely window to the past...a friendly reminder of time and how valuable it is.
Address:Calle Hostos, Santo Domingo
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Hospital San Nicolas de Bari Ruins

Now in ruins, this is the oldest hospital in the Americas which was built in different stages between 1503 and 1552.
The order to build this hospita was given by Governor Nicolás de Ovando and it was so well built that it resisted Sir Francis Drake's invasion and numerous hurricanes and earthquakes. This hospital used to exhibit a combination of Renaissance and Gothic architecture with a hint of Mudéjar influence. It is said to be the last place visited by all that entered its doors, regardless of their ailment.
Address:Ruinas del Hospital San Nicolás de Bari, Calle Hostos, Santo Domingo
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Catedral de Santa María la Menor

This is also known as "Catedral Primada de America" as it was the first church built in the New World.
This is the oldest cathedral in the Americas, begun in 1512 and completed in 1540. The Cathedral of Santa María la Menor is dedicated to St. Mary of the Incarnation and has a Gothic and Baroque construction that you must see when in town.
Address:Catedral Primada de America, Calle Isabel La Católica, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 682 3848
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Mercado Colon

Market-themed bar where you can enjoy sliders, pizza, mini burgers, local deserts, foreign beers, wine and cocktails.
The space is filled with rustic details and a hint of "hipster" here and there. Blackboards all over show you what's available to eat or drink, so look up as they are beautifully decorated. The food is awesome and cooked right in front of you. If you like spicy food, don’t forget to try the Jalapeno and bacon pizzeta with a refreshing strawberry daiquiri.
Address:Mercado Colón, Calle Arzobispo Nouel 105, Santo Domingo
phone:+(809) 685 1103
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El Mercado Colonial

Dive into the most significant objects of the Dominican culture in this small gift shop where everything is handmade.
Explore the objects of the Dominican culture in this small gift shop where everything is handmade by locals. This is the perfect place to get a piece of Dominican Republic to take home with you.
Address:Arzobispo Meriño, Santo Domingo
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Morton's

Serves international cuisine with an Italian inspiration that focuses on meat in all its shapes and forms.
Morton's has an upscale yet cozy atmosphere perfect for business or romantic outings. This restaurant offers a wide variety of meat dishes prepared both elaborately and simply, demonstrating the skills of their kitchen staff. They carry amazing wines, so ask them for to suggest what is the best option for the dish you choose.
Address:20 Max Henriquez Ureña St, Santo Domingo
phone:+(809) 544 1183
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Teatro Guloya

A little theater where every corner can become a stage and all the plays explore new forms of entertainment.
The purpose of this space is to marry old and contemporary theater in a way that today's spectator will crave. Teatro Las Mascaras explores the possibilities of portraying plays on any type of stage, be it an open patio, the corner of a room, or a rooftop. This sort of experimentation makes the experience organic and much more entertaining.
Address:Calle Arzobispo Portes Arzobispo Portes #56, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 685 4856
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Gallo Pinto

A Dominican take on International cuisine presented so beautifully that it’s almost too pretty to eat.
The chefs at Gallo Pinto have taken traditional Dominican ingredients like pork rinds and stewed goat and incorporated them with international flavors that result in a seamless culinary experience with a zesty Caribbean feel. The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant contrasts with the finely-tuned mastery of techniques seen in every dish.
Address:Manuel de Jesús Troncoso esq. Roberto Pastoriza, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 567 4345
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Casas Victorianas

Samaná is an architectural gem with its original and colorful Victorian houses.
Samaná Bay was settled by groups of migrants from the Canary Islands, France, the British Caribbean islands, Haiti and the United States. See how all these groups left their mark on Samaná’s architecture.
Address:Samana, Samana
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Zona Bici

Explore the Colonial Zone in an engaging way that's great for the environment by riding a beach cruiser bike!
Discover the hidden sights and secret alleyways of the city's beautiful colonial zone on a bike and discover little-known corners that you wouldn't find via a road. Zona Bici's bright blue beach cruisers are comfortable and easy to use, promising a fun couple of hours for all ages. They also provide helmets and bike locks with each bike so you can stay safe.
Address:Calle Arzobispo Meriño #217, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 885 6003
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Once30

Share creative small plates like the yaniqueque with shrimp, avocado, feta and horseradish cream at this upbeat pub.
Once30's relaxed interiors are a blend of rustic and contemporary, with bare-brick walls, wooden tables and cozy sofas, ideal for small get-togethers or romantic dates. Savor an array of innovative dishes like the steamed bao with 48-hour short ribs, octopus with cream, and burrata with bacon and olive oil powder on country bread.
Address:6B Calle Porfirio Herrera, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 475 0333
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Il Caminetto

This pizzeria's traditional wood-fired oven imbues each crust with the perfect amount of char and crispness.
This cozy pizzeria is warm and inviting, decorated with vintage Italian posters and a blackboard announcing the daily specials. The menu is straightforward, serving an array of classic Italian pizzas, as well as fresh salads and pastas. The simple fare is elevated to epicurean heights by the use of authentic Italian ingredients, market-fresh vegetables and the skill of the ever-busy chef.
Address:115 Roberto Pastoriza, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 732 5219

Anacleto & Dorotea

You can't go wrong with any of the montaditos here, served with yucca fries and a fresh glass of chilled sangria.
Montaditos, or tapas-style sandwiches, are the specialty at Anacleto y Dorotea. You'll find around 65 varieties here: they're filled with everything from chorizo and Gouda to serrano ham and Camembert. Wash them down with a glass of their famous sangria, sure to quench your thirst on even the hottest day. The lively dining room is often full of Santo Domingo's young, trendy crowd. 
Address:Plaza Castilla, Plaza Castilla, Av. Lincoln esq. Lope de Vega, Santo Domingo
phone:+1(809) 338 3000
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Restaurant Atarazana

Dine overlooking the Alcázar de Colón in a beautiful 16th-century mansion with live music and traditional dance.
Atarazana, in business for over 40 years, specializes in authentic local dishes as well as international fusion and has an enviable location off the Plaza España. The venue offers a truly local cultural experience with daily music and dance performances by talented artists. Soak in the vibrant ambiance as you relax on the spacious covered patio with its blend of modern and rustic decor.
Address:5 Calle Atarazana, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 689 2900

Vesuvio Malecon

Discover the flavors of the Mediterranean as you dine on dishes like kingfish carpaccio paired with Italian wine.
Located on vibrant El Malecón, this seaside restaurant is the standard for fine Italian cuisine in Santo Domingo. Established in 1954, this family-run spot affords some of the best views and ocean-fresh seafood prepared in the Italian style. Share bottles of fine wine over antipasti like grilled cuttlefish, proscuitto with avocado, and lobster tartar as you look out onto the soothing sunset.
Address:521 Avenida George Washington, Malecón, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 221 1954

Just Grill

This local eatery specializes in slow-roasted barbecue and made-to-order dishes.
This cozy eatery serves up some of the best Latin barbecue around. Come here to savor a delectable array of grilled meats, seafood and vegetables, smothered in a flavor-packed sauce or flame grilled to perfection. The concept is simple - you select your protein of choice from the daily display case, and it is prepared and brought to your table.
Address:Avenida Rafael A. Sánchez, Corner of Virgilio Díaz Ordoñez, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 363 6357
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Pizza Colonial

Experience a slice of Italy in the heart of Santo Domingo's Zona Colonial at this authentic pizzeria.
Pizza Colonial juxtaposes Renaissance-themed décor with a rustic old-world charm. The ceilings are decorated with gilded framed prints of iconic paintings by Italian masters. Ornate crystal chandeliers illuminate the cozy wooden tables with their checkered napkins and crisp table cloths. Savor thin-crust pizzas served straight from the authentic wood-fired oven to the table.
Address:Calle Padre Billini, Corner of Jose Reyes, Santo Domingo
phone:++1 809 689 4040
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Asadero los Argentinos

Savor prime Argentine cuts of beef like vacío, charcoal grilled to perfection, at this traditional steakhouse.
At Asadero Los Argentinos quality is everything, a philosophy that has been at the forefront of every dining experience here for over 35 years. The restaurant serves only the finest beef and pork, slow grilling them over coal to infuse it with a robust flavor that highlights the uniqueness of each cut of meat. The warm ambiance is at once stylish and inviting.
Address:Avenida Sarasota, Plaza Jardines del Embajador, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 535 7076
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Shorthorn

Sports-themed bar where you can enjoy premium cuts cooked to perfection.
This vibrant location has the fullest bar you will find in the country, which allows you to ask for practically anything and they will have it. The decor and lighting makes this the perfect place for a reunion with friends to watch the game. Even though the bar seems to be the star in this venue, don't forget they serve premium cuts cooked to perfection. So you must ask for the menu!
Address:Av. J. F. Kennedy, Galeria 360, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 475 1302
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Travesías

Chef Tita's menu features age old recipes and traditional ingredients served with a contemporary twist.
Travesías takes you on a culinary journey around the Dominican Republic. Each gourmet dish is beautifully plated to appeal to both eyes and palate - a play of colors, flavors and textures to tantalize your senses. Oysters baked with Parmesan and vegetables, crispy arepitas with creamy avocado and chicken mousseline, and ocean fresh grilled octopus with herbs are among the most popular dishes.
Address:Avenida Abraham Lincoln, Esquina Lope de Vega, Plaza Castilla, La Yuca, Santo Domingo
phone:+809 565 6607
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Chicharrones Tres Cerditos

A little place by the sea that serves some of the best pork rinds in town.
This unique little restaurant is big on flavor and service. No need to dress up as they are completely informal and located very near the hotel. The menu is built around pork rinds but you can find some other unique meals in it, like goat or crab based dishes. A must try is the passion fruit mousse which is the perfect ending to a plate of fried pork rinds and plantains.
Address:Ave. George Washington esq. Sánchez, Zona Colonial, Santo Domingo
phone:+(809) 689 2652

Buche Perico

This is the first greenhouse restaurant in Santo Domingo.
Buche Perico is the first greenhouse restaurant in Santo Domingo. It is located in one of the oldest colonial houses. This place will delight you with its mixture of natural elements like their plants, their 500 old wood oven, and of course I cannot fail to mention the great representation of our Dominican traditional plates and drinks, all with a live performance of Dominican dancers.
Address:Calle El Conde 53, Santo Domingo
phone:+1809 475 6451
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Mix Bar & Restaurant

The perfect place to drink, eat and dance at the same time!
Are you looking for a place where you can drink, eat and dance at the same time? If so Mix Bar & Restaurant is the ideal place. Try their international menu and the delicious cocktails. You can start with Involtini primavera, and continue with the mushroom-stuffed tenderloin accompanied by a delicious strawberry mojito. You don't want to miss it!
Address:Gustavo Mejia Ricart # 69, Torre Washington, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 472 0100
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Market

This restaurant uses fresh ingredients for their excellent mixed juices and light plates.
Market offers a varied menu for lunch, dinner and breakfast. It's fresh and light dishes are accompanied by delicious and creative juices. For breakfast try the pumpkin pancakes (with syrup amaretto, ginger and orange butter) accompanied by a strawberry sensation (strawberries, banana, coconut milk, cocoa nibs and vanilla). You will love it!
Address:Gustavo Mejia Ricart #84, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 378 2222
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Victoria by Porter House

This lovely restaurant has wine from all over the world, delicious food, and a perfect atmosphere.
Do you like good wine and prime quality meat? Victoria by Porter House is the place for you. With elegant decorations and a cozy atmosphere, you can enjoy a perfect dinner here. I invite you to try the filete a la sal (prime steak cooked on a Himalayan table salt block). Remember that every Monday is wine and tapas night, each glass of wine includes a plate of tapas.
Address:Gustavo Mejia Ricart # 91, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 542 6000

Mofongo El Mocano

Come and try one of the best dishes in the Dominican Republic: Mofongo.
If you want to try Mofongo this is the best place in Santo Domingo. This plate is made with picked green plantains that are mashed with salt and water in a wooden pilón (mortar and pestle). This results in a sort of plantain puree with pieces of crunchy pork rinds or bits of bacon. Most mixtures include broth, garlic and olive oil. You will love it!
Address:Avenida Gustavo Mejia Ricart, Plaza Comercial 1, Santo Domingo
phone:+1 809 563 8581
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Salto El LImon

Go and discover this little paradise in Samaná!
Salto El Limon is a gorgeous waterfall near the port of Samaná. This 130 feet (40 m) cascading wonder falls into a sparkling pool that you can take a refreshing dip in. You can journey the waterfall by horseback, which takes about two hours with the help of an expert guide.
Address:Salto el Limon, Samana
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Cloé Progressive Cuisine

Enjoy classic cuisine with a modern touch.
This restaurant will surprise you with a unique take on many of today's most-popular plates, which they prepare in a way never seen or tasted before. Prepare to be amazed with their Avocado Risotto or their unmatched Cowboy Steak.
Address:Calle Fantino Falco #59, Serralles, Santo Domingo
phone:+(809)373 9791
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Venue: Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino
Address: Avenida George Washington 367, Apto Postal 769-2, Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
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Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
Venue: Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino
Address: Avenida George Washington 367, Apto Postal 769-2, Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
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Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
Venue: Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino
Address: Avenida George Washington 367, Apto Postal 769-2, Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
Phone: +1 809 221 2222
Afterwork hursdays

Afterwork hursdays

Work time is over! Come to the lobby bar and enjoy the happy hour we have for you on selected cocktails.

Let US impress YOU!

Work time is over! Come to the lobby bar and enjoy the happy hour we have for you on selected cocktails.

Let US impress YOU!

Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
Venue: Renaissance Santo Domingo Jaragua Hotel & Casino
Address: Avenida George Washington 367, Apto Postal 769-2, Santo Domingo de Guzman, Dominican Republic
Phone: +1 809 221 2222