It's a small restaurant on the beach with good food and healthy smooties. A good choice if you want to relax and have a good meal.
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I live in Cabarete half the year and VoyVoy is home base for me. It is the locals spot on the beach but tourists are welcomed with open arms. Coffee and lunch during the day, Volleyball in the afternoon. Dinner at night, drinking and dancing until the wee hours. And Karaoke on Monday nights is NOT to be missed.
They are consistently one of the best meals on the beach. And if Charlie tells you to order the special DO IT!!
This is always a good stop with interesting people who will welcome you to cabarete and give you the straight dope on what's going in in cabarete.
Not to be missed.
Nice atmosphere, nice people (many residents and repeat tourist go there). I especially like the music which is not too commercial. Food is good and healty too.
We were so glad when we found this place, we came back three times! They make awesome smoothies, and you can create your own flavor. We loved their pineapple coconut pancakes and omelets. It was so refreshing not to have someone shoving a menu in front of our faces as we walked by. This place is more laid back, with a volleyball net out front and a windsurfing rental place attached. We also came for lunch, which was very good, but not as good as breakfast. The prices were on par with the other beach restaurants if not a little cheaper.
They grind beans and make every cup fresh in a machine that's a kind of a hybrid espresso machine that makes a big tasty cup of coffee. This is the only coffee in Cabarete that I will drink without milk. Breakfasts are very good. They also have very reasonably priced daily lunch specials (250-300 pesos = $6-8). My favorites were the Chicken and Rice and the Lasagna.
Happy hour has a good vibe, with exhausted windsurfers coming off the ocean, and a daily pickup volleyball game that gets very intense at times.