Cabarete Eats: Gordito’s Fresh Mex

Cabarete Eats: Gordito’s Fresh Mex Find out more about Gordito’s Fresh Mex, their menu and opening times If you were to ask anyone in Cabarete where to grab a bite to eat, they would more than likely answer Gordito’s Fresh Mex. The concept of a quick-service Mexican style restaurant serving up burritos, tacos, and bowls is nothing new, but Gordito’s has a style all their own and that has earned them a very devout following. Let’s start with the food, because that is really why we are all here reading this post. As the name implies, everything that is put on your plate is made in house with fresh ingredients. Although the menu is pretty simple, the flavors are robust […]

Cabarete Eats: Eze Bar

Cabarete Eats: Eze Bar Learn more about local restaurant Eze Bar In December of 2013, Antonello and Christina (a husband and wife team) took over the long-time popular beachfront restaurant location in the Carib Wind Plaza and named it Eze Bar Cabarete. What once was only a day time eatery has been transformed into Cabarete’s most stylish place to grab a bite, toast a drink, and socialize with Cabarete’s finest – day or night. The first thing you will notice is the decor, which showcases Christina’s and Antenello’s love of design. Everything from plates to the cushions have been handpicked and put in their place by the pair. Just as impressive is the art on the walls, some of which […]

What Can I Buy with One Dollar in Cabarete?

What Can I Buy With One Dollar In Cabarete? Find out how far one US Dollar will go in Cabarete. In this article we hope to answer the question: How far will ONE US Dollar go in Cabarete? We realize if you are planning a vacation, then you are also sorting out some sort of budget for your stay. We thought we could help by giving you some references as to what every day items will cost when you are here. It is important to point out that the the legal tender of the Dominican Republic is the Dominican Peso, written RD$. Today you would be able to exchange 1 U.S. Dollar for about 50.08 Dominican Pesos. We only chose the […]