Casa de Campo Living magazine’s fall issue is dedicated to food-lovers! Casa de Campo boast some of the country’s best restaurants and we dive into them showcasing our favorite locations, dishes, and mouthwatering must-haves. Eating may be an essential component to daily living, but fine dining is the expert blend of quality for those looking to magnify their culinary experience, and we show you where to go…
First, we reveal Martinaturally’s favored Chocolate Cake recipe – a healthy go-to that requires few ingredients but packs a delicious punch. Martina Avanzini shows us that being healthy doesn’t require excess effort; this dish’s simple prep and minimal wait time are just the thing for whipping up guilt-free dessert for the entire family.
A pop into any one of Casa’s restaurants reveals they really do have it all. From authentic cuisine to a fusion of Caribbean and international flavors, whatever your heart desires is just a beat away. While the resort plans the development of their next top restaurant with Minitas Beach Club, our long-standing favorites are as good as ever.
The introduction of Flavors of the World over a year ago has revolutionized the culinary scene in Casa de Campo. Not limited to the number of restaurants on the property, now residents and guests can partake in the menus of the world’s best chefs. We handpicked our favorites after a nail-biting comparison and give you the low-down.
In between all the eating, we have to do something to work off the calories! Casa de Campo Living reveals this season’s Good Times— like Azimut Café’s Sunset Jazz Night, Maluma & Wisin’s Summer Concert, special performances at the Abraham Lincoln School and the Chavón School of Design, plus tennis, golf, and shooting tournaments that fuel our active lifestyles. If you’re looking to amp up your game in the resort’s most cherished pastime, Golf Teaching Professional Eric Lillibridge puts a twist on his popular “Golf Tips” series with a new technique to improving your swing, and the best part is that it can be accomplished at the driving range or on any one of Casa de Campo’s greens.
Officially October, take a nod from our food-loving issue and indulge yourself this fall season! Then, work it off, if necessary, in the resort’s elite recreational activities and excursions. It’s all in the pages. Casa de Campo Living is currently circulating in businesses and restaurants, the hotel, and tourist areas. Soon to arrive to villas with CasaLife magazine*. If you don’t receive Casa de Campo Living and CasaLife, click here to update your contact info to ensure it reaches you!
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