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Places to Eat in Sosua

For a small town, Sosúa offers a lot of options to whet one’s appetite. Below, I will list in no order some of my favourite places to eat in Sosúa El Batey, and some recommended to me by people who have been to Sosúa.

Note: Due to COVID19, some of these places might be temporarily closed or reduced hours of operation.

Flip Flop Sports Bar & Taco Shop

  • Address: Duarte street 2, 57000, Sosúa
  • Phone:+1829-923-7437

Located near Sosúa beach, this place is one of the best sports bars in town. It features 5 Flat screen TVs and has a friendly and fun atmosphere. Friendly staff as well.

I spent most of my time watching the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It’s owned by an African-American, friendly guy named Greg. He is approachable, so say hi if you see him.

Captain Bailees

  • Address: #3, Dr.Alejo Martinez, Sosúa 57000, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: 809-571-3085

Bourbon Street Grill

  • Address: Pedro Clisante 20, Sosúa 57000, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: 809-571-3462

Midtown Sosua Restaurant & Bar

  • Address: Calle Dr. Rosen #3, El BateySosúa 57000, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: +1 809-917-9518

Rocky’s Rock & Blues Bar Hotel

  • Address: #24 Calle Dr. Rosen, Sosúa 57000, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: +1 809-571-2951
  • Website:


Jolly Roger Bar and Grill

Michael’s Stone Bar

  • Address: Julio Arzeno #06, Sosúa, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: +1829-804-3666

Taberna El Conde

Tony’s Bar

  • Address: #30 Sosúa Beach, Sosúa 57000, Dominican Republic
  • Phone: +1 829-701-8789

Jolly Roger Bar and Grill


The Dominican Cuisine

The Dominican Cuisine is delicious, lots of different delicious options to taste. I find that the most common foods that the locals eat are rice, plantains, beans and chicken. In this gallery, you will see all the different types of foods I ate while in the Dominican Republic and what you can expect. This is not everything but I took as many pictures as I could. I wish I took more, but this gives you a good idea.

For your own information: you will not see any of America’s popular fast food restaurants like McDonald’s, or KFC, etc unless you are in the capital city if the Dominican Republic – Santo Domingo. Even there you won’t see them everywhere but expect to see them in all the big malls.

Below are the best Dominican dishes:

  • Habichuelas con Dulce (Sweet Cream of Beans)
  • Sancocho (7-Meat Stew)
  • Arroz Blanco (White Rice)
  • Mangú (Plantain Mash)
  • Habichuelas Guisadas (Stewed Bean)
  • Pollo Guisado (Braised Chicken)
  • Ensalada Verde (Green Salad)
  • Tostones (Twice-Fried Plantains)

Drinks and beverages: almost all menus in Sosúa and all over the Dominican Republican you will find the following drinks on their menus, all very popular – MUST TRY:

  1. Presidente (Beer)
  2. Mamajuana
  3. Mojito
  4. Pina Colada
  5. Coco Loco
  6. Banana Mama
  7. Blue Hawaiin