The wealthy head for the gourmet restaurants in the Los Jardines Metropolitanos area for international cuisine. But in that area, La Comai stands out for its very Dominican food.

A visit to Santiago is not complete without stopping by one of the “lechoneras”, the traditional spit-roasted pork eateries. Everyone in Santiago seems to have their favorite – some of the popular options are Milito, Chito and Embrujo.

Taste the grills at El Corte Selecto and La Parrillita, across from International Mall on Juan Pablo Duarte. Punto Criollo on Av. Ramón Dubert is popular for breakfasts and lunches. El Tablón Latino on Calle del Sol serves Latin American favorites.

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Dining in Santiago

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Santiago Dining

The wealthy head for the gourmet restaurants in the Los Jardines Metropolitanos area for international cuisine. But in that area, La Comai stands out for its very Dominican food. A visit to Santiago is not complete without stopping by one of the “lechoneras”, the traditional spit-roasted pork eateries. Everyone in Santiago seems to have their favorite - some of the popular options are Milito, Chito and Embrujo. Taste the grills at El Corte Selecto and La Parrillita, across from International Mall on Juan Pablo Duarte. Punto Criollo on Av. Ramón Dubert is popular for breakfasts and lunches. El Tablón Latino on Calle del Sol serves Latin American favorites.

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