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Sosua has a large number of restaurants and you can find authentic German Food, Italian Food, English fare, and of course, if you look for it, traditional Dominican cooking. Many Dominicans can cook food rivaling NYC restaurants on not much more than a hot plate and an open flame. Service time varies in between restaurants and in between different nights. Often the same restaurant will be very slow one night (coincidentally when the boss in not around) and excellent the next.
* <eat name="Baileys" alt="" address="Calle Alejo Martinez" directions="In the middle of Sosua, Literally." phone="809-571-3085" url="http://www.baileys-sosua.com" hours="8:30am-?" price="Tourist Prices" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">A restaurant with everything, from local to U.S., German, Italian, and other cuisines. Very spacious. A great place for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The staff is fluent in many languages, and courteous. This is a real taste of home, no matter where you are from. Large portions, of questionable quality, not so great drinks. Wifi is available without a password. Same as a mid-range U.S. Restaurant / Touristy. The staff here are particularly adept at substituting your order for a more pricey selection, feigning ignorance, and charging you extra on your bill. Not one of the more honest spots in town.</eat>
Big D's BBQ on the beach. Derrick, the owner, is a celebrity chef in the USA. Good BBQ. Prices are fairly inexpensive, especially given the high quality of the food. #109 on Sosua Beach.
* <eat name="Britannia Pub" alt="" address="13 Pedro Clisante" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.britanniapubsosua.com" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">A great place for a few drinks and a delicious meal. Breakfast is of large portion and don't forget their famous fish and chips. Take heed of the specials which tend to be excellent. They also serve the coldest Presidente in Sosua and have one of the best happy hours in town. Wifi is available.</eat>
* <eat name="El Choco" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" emailurl="" hours="" price="" faxlat="" urllong="" hoursemail="" pricefax="">German SWISS food located just outside of town on the main road.</eat>
* <eat name="El Toro" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">A German run establishment on the far end of Pedro Clisante offering (arguably) the best steak in town.</eat>
* <eat name="Josef's Bar and Grill" alt="" address="" directions="located at the back of the Sosua-by-the-Sea Hotel property, although open to the public)" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Th-Sa, 7PM until late" price="$15 - $40 per person">Located amidst perhaps the most impressive setting of any of Sosua's restaurants, this establishment has four tables set on a spit of land with waves crashing literally feet away. The food is prepared creatively with excellent presentation and an interesting mix of flavors. Note that there is a hotel restaurant located adjacent to this one, so be sure to make it clear that you want to eat at Josef's, otherwise the menu and vista will be significantly less impressive. One helpful tip: while the setting is romantic and inspiring, on nights when the sea is rough consider avoiding the last table located closest to the water.</eat>
* <eat name="Morua Mai" alt="" address="" directions="right across from P.J.'sSinatras, where you can order everything from angus burgers and pizza to lobster and filet" phone="" url="http://www.goldenkeymanagement.com/sosuaguide/moruamai-sosua.htm" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Great for fine dining, one of the top 3 restaurants in Sosua. Also well known for substituting your selection for the most expensive option on the menu, then blaming the customer for not ordering properly.</eat>
* <eat name="On the Waterfront" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="$20 - $45 per person">An upscale restaurant which has excellent food on a cliff overlooking the ocean. The open-air setting is ideal for watching sunsets or romantic evenings. Happy hour is from 5-7PM.</eat>
==Sleep==
For additional nearby options see [[Cabarete]] and [[Puerto Plata]]. Budget hotels will cost around $35 per night, while the all-inclusive resorts can range in price up to several hundred dollars per night.
 
=== Budget ===
* <sleep name="Perla de Sosua Economy Vacation Apartment Rentals" alt="" address="Alejo Martinez and Durate Street" directions="Behind the Popular Bank" phone="800-844-4156 or 809-571-2976" url="http://www.perladesosua.com" checkin="2:00pm" checkout="11:00am" price="Non cooking studio start at only $30.00 USD per night." lat="19.76423186873887" long="-70.5176192522049" email="[email protected]" fax="">Two bedroom 1,000 sqft apartments complete with living room, dining room, kitchen and 42 inch flat screens. FREE wifi, FREE calls to the United States and Canada</sleep>
 
*<sleep name="Villa Florie Guest House" alt="" address="12 VILLA ANNA MARIA, 57000 Sosúa" directions="" phone="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="" lat="" long="">Great budget accommodation! In early 2014, I paid around $25 USD/night for a single room.</sleep>
Hotel Europa Plaza. Around $35 per night. All utilities included. $600/month. Big rooms, 200 channels on TV, English language. Free wifi. Rooms are like apartments.
=== Splurge ===
* <sleep name="Gran Laguna Resort" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+1 829 213 1201" email="" fax="" url="http://www.xunnyretreats.com/" checkin="" checkout="" price="">The main bedroom includes a queen size bed and the secondary bedroom as well. All rooms include air conditioning, a flat-tv screen in the living room, two private bathrooms and walking closet. Fully equipped kitchen, living room with terrace, private courtyard with Jacuzzi and salt water swimming pool, direct beach access in the front.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Casa Marina Beach Resort" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="809 571-3535" email="[email protected]" fax="809 571-3104" url="http://amhsamarina.com/" checkin="" checkout="" price="">The biggest all-inclusive in town, located next to Playa Alicia. If you search online you can sometimes find deep-discount packages as cheap as $500 to $1,000 for a full week.</sleep>
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