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    Default Restaurants in colonial zone

    I go to the colonial zone in a few days and I want to know about restaurants and places that sell food in the colonial zone (and cheap if it posible), 'cause I have a trip and wanna not die of hunger during that trip trough the zone.

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    Colonial Zone.... does NOT = cheap. You will have to do a lot of looking around and you will die of hunger before you find... cheap.

    Pet'e Palo comes to mind as being the best food to go broke on. But worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR Solar View Post
    Colonial Zone.... does NOT = cheap. You will have to do a lot of looking around and you will die of hunger before you find... cheap.

    Pet'e Palo comes to mind as being the best food to go broke on. But worth it.
    he needs to define cheap! and what he is looking for.

    Luis on the malecon is ok and not super pricey. some other's are ok Barra Masion etc.

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    There are plenty of inexpensive eateries and small colmados on and around El Conde and in the Zona. You won't go hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bienamor View Post
    he needs to define cheap! and what he is looking for.

    Luis on the malecon is ok and not super pricey. some other's are ok Barra Masion etc.
    Uh, yeah I forgot to say that cheap= 200-300+ RD$

    A little most especific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Island Dragon View Post
    Uh, yeah I forgot to say that cheap= 200-300+ RD$

    A little most especific.
    That may just be enough for a Plato del Dia. For a dinner at the ZC, not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishing you well View Post
    That may just be enough for a Plato del Dia. For a dinner at the ZC, not even close.
    Oh well, I could put more money like 400-500 RD$ but I mostly going to the museums of the zone so I not trying to eat much really.

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    Buche Perico in the ZC is not cheap but well worth a visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Island Dragon View Post
    Uh, yeah I forgot to say that cheap= 200-300+ RD$

    A little most especific.
    200 - 300 might be tough but add a few pesos more and you can find enough spots to last a few days for your visit. No need to hit the higher end places unless you just want to treat yourself for a night.

    Grands (Pacos) on el conde across from parque independencia

    Dumbos located on independencia on a 45 degree angle off to the left standing at Grands (Pacos)

    Fairly decent Chinese restaurant off on a 45 degree angle to the right standing at Grands (Pacos)

    Pollo Victorina on el conde

    Villar Hnos you can walk to from the zona if you don't mind a good walk (google the location)

    Keep your eye open for a comedor serving plato del dia

    Pizza Hut and Papa Johns on Gomez a few blocks below avenida bolivar

    Manolos restaurant across the street from the rear entrance of Hotel Jaragua

    Just west of Manolos is a nice restaurant serving grill roasted chicken

    el nacional supermarket on el conde has small packages of prepared hot food

    yes, several I mentioned are not in la zona but as I mentioned if you don't mind a good walk and also get a chance to see other parts of the area you should be fine dining in the 400 pesos price range.
    Last edited by bigbird; 02-03-2019 at 06:56 AM. Reason: added another spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Island Dragon View Post
    I go to the colonial zone in a few days and I want to know about restaurants and places that sell food in the colonial zone (and cheap if it posible), 'cause I have a trip and wanna not die of hunger during that trip trough the zone.
    The Hotel El Conde de Penalba has a great open air cafe with good food at a reasonable price. You won't find much for 200-300rds but a great place to people watch. This hotel is located at the very end of El Conde in Columbus Square.

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