A few weeks ago we announced that La Cantina is now serving Sushi. We tried a few of the dishes from the new sushi menu and can’t say enough good things about how great some of the dishes are.
Beans, another staple Dominican food that happens to be a great addition to anyone’s diet. Though red (kidney) beans are the most popular in Dominican cuisine they are all rich in vitamins and minerals such as folic acid, magnesium, potassium, and B vitamins as well as being loaded with soluble fiber so don’t be afraid […]
This Saturday and Sunday the 14th and 15th of September, Toñitos Grill in La Romana is hosting the “Mezzkla Baazar” – your opportunity to eat, drink – and shop! Toñito’s Grill is owned and run by Gladys Quiñones, a local La Romana business woman, who having worked at the La Estancia golf resort, started her own […]
From Casa de Campo to New York! Great news for Dominican food fans in the big apple – Ricardo Bello Joa, the son of Ricardo Bello and Susana Joa (of Casa de Campo and La Romana) with his wife Miosotis has just opened a new restaurant “Mangú” in Manhattan.