Relax on a double chaise, snooze on a beach bed, or drink something bubbly as you dine on boat-fresh fish and local shellfish (including lobster) from the grill. Although not wildly innovative, the menu offers something more than the usual (ceviche de coco, for instance). And you can order lobster burritos and red snapper Veracruzana, as well as burgers and pizzas along with your icy agua verde (Presidente beer its in green bottle). This beach café was originally built for Embassy Suites’ guests and members of Metro Country Club; it is open to the public but by reservation only. Always note the person’s name who takes your reservation, who should give your name to the security guard.
Calle Principal, next to the Shell station, it's a gated wood entrance, Playa Guayacanes, San Pedro de Macorís, 21000, Dominican Republic