Restaurants & Groceries
Cabarete is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts who want to enjoy the outdoors, while living a healthy lifestyle. Cabarete restauranteurs have responded by offering a variety of fresh, local culinary choices.
Drifter Restaurant Located right at our sailing club, cooks a range of dishes from delicious salads, pastas, to pizza, and refreshing drinks. Drifter, with its open-air dining, is considered by many to be Cabarete’s top beachside restaurant.
Bliss Restaurant Take a stroll down El Calle Principal to Callejón De La Loma—locals will tell you turn left at the traffic light. Bliss is a small oasis in the midst of this busy Cabarete barrio where Chef Andrea’s cuisine includes homemade pasta, fresh local fish, and a variety of homemade desserts. Bliss is truly a treat for those wanting to enjoy a special evening.
Serenade at Villa Taina Hotel A casual beach restaurant and bar that offers fresh local dishes with gourmet appeal.
Sunset Bar & Grill at the Velero Beach Hotel With it’s view of the entire Playa Cabarete and featuring an expansive menu, this has undoubtedly the most beautiful view of the beach.
Fresh Fresh Known for its organic wraps and bowls, this is a relaxing and friendly place to hang out and enjoy a healthy bite.
Mojito Bar This beachside location is the go-to place for happy hour and Dominican food.
Janet’s Supermarket Located in East Cabarete and 5 minute walk from Laser ILCA Training, Janet’s is a modern, fully stocked supermarket and liquor store which also features a deli, butcher shop, and selection of freshly baked breads and pastries from local bakeries.
Fruit vendors The DR is known for delicious seasonal fruit and vegetables. Friendly street vendors abound on El Calle Principal. Mangoes, pineapple, passion fruit, papaya, and avocados are all grown locally and taste delicious! When making selections just tell the vendor “para hoy” (for today) or “para mañana” (for tomorrow).
Feeling thirsty? Readily available fresh coconut milk is great for staying hydrated and can be purchased, ready to drink right out of the coconut, for about 30 pesos.