This place serves truly authentic Dominican food in a friendly and family oriented atmosphere. The menu includes specialties such as mofongo and pernil, and the music is mostly bachata and merengue. I've been there several times, and it has always been excellent. It is much quieter than the Malecón in Santo Domingo, and there is no ocean or palm trees, but if you order an ice cold Presidente and some mofongo you'll feel like you are there.
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