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    Hi,

    I am filming a promotional video there will be content about street food. I am looking for place where I can find really tasty food. I am already visiting a couple of chicharrón spots, and one good chimi place. Does anybody have any suggestions? It must be road side. No establishments like Bara Payán.

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    Autopista Duarte in route to Santiago. Puerco asado everywhere for sale.

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    Watch the No Reservations on the DR. Beaches on Sundays have some very good vendors. For street food, I like the Chicken Carbon and Tostones..

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    At the north end of the new toll road on #5 - across from the ISLA station - almost 10 vendors there

    Turn left 50-100 yds off the toll road

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    Quote Originally Posted by notreallyconfused View Post
    Hi,

    I am filming a promotional video there will be content about street food. I am looking for place where I can find really tasty food. I am already visiting a couple of chicharrón spots, and one good chimi place. Does anybody have any suggestions? It must be road side. No establishments like Bara Payán.

    Thanks
    plz the info on the chimi and chicharon spots...

    las cruceras de ocoa (~crossroads) are famous their sweets, I have had dulce de leche and dulce de guineo

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLongBeach View Post
    plz the info on the chimi and chicharon spots...

    las cruceras de ocoa (~crossroads) are famous their sweets, I have had dulce de leche and dulce de guineo
    Yes! That little "phone booth" at the entrance to the highway - out of this world dulces in several flavors. You order it by the pound, and can ask for an assortment. Mouth watering!!!




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    I know these street vendors are hard working and need the bucks but if there is any potential that they have touched the stuff i don't touch the stuff

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    Don't eat in restaurants , Jay..... NEVER look in the kitchens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by william webster View Post
    Don't eat in restaurants , Jay..... NEVER look in the kitchens...
    You are so right... I only order the booze these days

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    The empanada guy at the Cruce de Verón is pretty good.

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