Here is the list and information for Restaurants and Bars in the Colonial Zone and the surrounding area. As you can see there are many places from which to chose.
Restaurants / Restaurantes
From elegant dining to informal cafeteria style eating we have it all. Since we have many different cultures and people here in Colonial Zone there are restaurants that are sure to please everyone. How about some great French or Italian food? Maybe some Mediterranean or Thai foods? We also have a great vegetarian place and a few steak houses that are sure to please. Make sure you hit a typical Dominican restaurant while you are trying the International cuisine. There is sure to be something in our little town to please even the most discriminating palate.
REMEMBER THINGS DO CHANGE. WHAT'S HERE TODAY MAY BE GONE TOMORROW. I have tried to keep up on all the bars and restaurants here in the Colonial Zone and the surrounding areas. It is not an easy task. One place opens and another closes. If you know a place I should add please let me know.
Click on the name of the restaurant or bar for more information
The Night Life within the walled town of Zona Colonial, nestled within the capital city of Santo Domingo, is as diverse as it's people. You can usually find a club of venue that will give you the party your searching for. Looking for the bright lights and strobe effects while dancing to some pulsating disc jockey made music or someplace where you can dance where there is not a light to be seen? How about some nice calm piano bar where you can sip a brandy and have a good cigar or watch a live show or concert while holding a bottle of beer? Sitting outside under the stars listening to the low hum of peoples voices talking amongst themselves or a place where you would not be able to talk if you tried because of the high decibel of sound blaring from elaborate sound systems? Listen to some traditional Latin or Spanish music or how about some good old Rock and Roll or Reggae? Better yet go bar hopping, which can easily be done here in Colonial Zone since it is a small town and all is within walking distance. Buy your liquid of choice by the bottle or glass or buy a bottle of good Dominican rum and share with friends.
Now, the only thing you need to do is get out there. Walk or call a taxi (really you don't need a taxi here in Colonial Zone as all places are an easy walk away). Almost every street, every block, in the Zone has some place where you can enjoy. Get ready for some friendly conversation, good music, cold refreshments, great food and a good time!
Don't limit yourself to one experience. Try as many places as you can. The Colonial Zone may be a small town but it is big in entertainment, culture, dining and enjoying.