Places to eat

There are dozens of restaurants offering diverse styles in and around Cabarete. Great dining under the stars with your feet in the sand is less than a five-minute beach walk from Harmony.

A few of the restaurants transform into nightclubs, playing a variety of dance music, often with a local flavor. Usually on the weekends, one or more of the clubs has a DJ from Europe so get ready to beach party!

We have put together a short list of our favorite places along with an indication of the approximate prices (not including alcoholic drinks).  As some of them offer delivery, we’ve included their telephone numbers.

$ (RD)     150 to 300  per person

$$ (RD) 300 to 500 pp

$$$ (RD) 500 + pp

Breakfast and brunch

VoyVoy Opens at 7:30 am and is best known for their extensive breakfast menu although the kitchen is open until 10 pm. This is a local favorite offering a nice terrace on the beach, delicious comfort food, daily specials, and Monday karaoke.

Tel: 809 571 0805        $$

Belgium Bakery Left out of Harmony entrance across the street and next to Banco Popular.  This is an excellent option for enjoying a good cup of coffee and some pastries.

Tel: 829 571 8198          $$$

Claro Located at Casablanca Hotel, close to Janet’s Supermarket. Fresh and tasty breakfasts, including omelets, french toast, fresh fruits, etc. from 8 am to 2 pm. Open Tuesday – Sunday

Tels: 849 869 0808 and 809 889 1406            $$

Cabarete Coffee Company – Small deli.  Located on the main road towards Kite Beach, close to Bahía de Arena.

Tel: 809 571 0919                                     $$$



Mojito On the main beach strip.  If you’re looking for a nice sandwich or a fresh salad, this is your spot. Delicious toasted ciabatta bread sandwiches and fresh made juices.  Honoring its name, it serves the best mojito in town.  Happy hour from 4 pm to 7 pm. Closed on Tuesday.    $

Gorditos Right out of Harmony street entrance, ~100 yards on the right.  Fresh-Mex burritos, tacos (including Baja fish tacos), and bowls. Closed on Sundays.

Tel: 829 844 3434       $

Los Locos de en Frente Right out of Harmony street entrance, first left (Callejón de la Loma), about 50 yards down on the left.  Just passed Bliss. Good burgers and pasta. Open until 6PM.

Tel: 809 815 9649       $$


Dining out

Casa Papi (aka: La Casita) – On the main beach strip, in the middle of the restaurant zone.  Excellent Shrimp and Lobster a la Papi, a local favorite and by far one of the best dishes in all of Cabarete. Tel: 809 986 3750       $$$

Otra CosaIf you are in town celebrating a special event or just feel like being romantic, Otra Cosa is the place to go. A delicious blend of local ingredients and French cuisine paired with meticulous service and an intimate, tranquil setting.       $$$

Maraja Left out the beach exit, just next door to Wyndham. Italian-style fine dining with many options. Tel: 809 571 0123       $$$

Cookies Near the street entrance gate to Harmony within the community.  Nice baked goods and if you order giving 2 days advance notice, French chef Bernard will make for you one of the best pork or lamb dishes you will ever taste. Tel: 829 426 5065          $$

ahorita Right out of Harmony street entrance and just across the street ~50 yards.  Good pizza and pasta. Live music by local performers on some nights. Tel: 809 713 9457         $$



– If interested in big TVs, sports, and American style foods, Jose O’Shay’s and/or Kahuna on the main beach strip are the place

– If you are craving chocolates and cakes, other options are K’s on the main road downtown, and Golosos in Plaza Media Luna, next to Caribe Express.

– Fresh juice combinations are offered at Friends, on the main road.

– Traditional Dominican food, AKA “bandera” (rice, beans, and chicken) is offered right across Kite Beach Club or on the right down Callejón de la Loma.

– Pomodoro Pizzeria has a nice jazz performance every Thursday evening

– Aloha, right on the corner of Harmony, has a nice Thursday barbeque and live music almost every Friday. Check the surfboard!

– If you have transportation and head towards Sosua, there’s a nice Thai place called Chili’s.  It’s up in the hills, but it’s a very nice setting.  Please be careful venturing out on these roads, especially at night.

– Suggested tipping is between 10 and 20%. Some restaurants include a 10% service fee and this will appear on your bill.

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