Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast
Results 11 to 20 of 25

Thread: DINING OUT IN SOSUA

  1. #11
    Richard
    Guest

    Default Re: Don't miss this drink

    I think it might be in the neighbourhood of El Neptuno. Others will most likely know it. By the way, Horst, now at the Waterfront did not own Sammys, he worked there.

  2. #12
    rob
    Guest

    Default Re: Thanks for the excellent info

    Hi Richard,
    what is it, a restaurant bogies I mean?
    Rob

  3. #13
    trina
    Guest

    Default Richard, are you the mayor of Sosua???

    Regards,
    Trina
    PS
    How is your tour company going???

  4. #14
    Richard
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, are you the mayor of Sosua???

    Sorry to disapoint you. No tour company, no mayor of Sosua, no nada. I just happen to be an ex-resident of Sosua who believes it is a great place to live and vacation.

  5. #15
    trina
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, are you the mayor of Sosua???

    I think I have you mistaken you for another Richard that owns a tour company.
    PS
    I love Sosua too, and Barb and Linden Anderson as well. Give them and Lindo and Luisa my love. Didn't get much of a visit in during Christmas.

  6. #16
    Robin
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, Dining in Puerto Plata

    Hello Richard, Excellent comments on dining in Sosua. Would you have any comments on dining in Puerto Plata. Will be staying in an all inclusive (Feb 2001), but would very much enjoy dining out of the resort.

  7. #17
    ChicacagoChris
    Guest

    Default Re: Thanks for the excellent info

    Yeah, its a restaurant/cantina on Calle Pedro Clisante next door to the Club Havana and almost directly across the street from Britannia Pub. Very good food cold Presidentes and Fifi's smile is the most beautiful in Sosua. If only she was ten years older and I was ten years younger. She's a beauty.

  8. #18
    Richard
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, are you the mayor of Sosua???

    Yup. it's o.k.

  9. #19
    Richard
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, Dining in Puerto Plata

    To be very honest, I'm not that familiar with the scene in Puerto Plata. However, I always head for Cafe Cito. You can check their menu and get directions at. www.popreport.com

    I think you wil enjoy it. It's funky, the food is great and reasonable.

  10. #20
    Robin
    Guest

    Default Re: Richard, Dining in Puerto Plata

    Thanks, can you also tell me how long and how much (approx) a cab ride would be from Puerto Plata (Playa Dorada) to Sosua?

Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 123 LastLast

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •