The beach side town of Sosua has a high density of bars, restaurants, pubs and discos, more than many other tourists areas in the Dominican Republic. Walking past the Main strip called Pedro Clisante, travelers find themselves surrounded by a large selection of places to choose from, starting with the bars in Sosua beach, which are many. Up again in El Batey we find Morua Mai, La Roca, Dejá Voodo ( former Voodoo Lounge ), PJ, the Canadian-owned Checkpoint Bar and Happy Bar. Many villa rental guests experience a great adventure when traveling to Sosua, because of its varied lifestyle and places to visit.
Heading North there`s a classic spot called Valentino, belonging to a German migrant called Peter Brockman. Famous Baileys is just a few yards away, and facing it there`s a Dominican food restaurant called La Finca ( the farm ) where tourists and locals can enjoy a good Dominican sancocho. Back in Pedro Clisante`s row of best diners we have a small but busy local food spot called Boogies, better known as Ana`s place because of the owner.
They have low priced local food, now expanding the commercial space due to its huge success. A new Italian bistro that serves decent pasta and includes a small bar is calledGecko, in the Owens Building. next to it there`s another bar, featuring weekly bingo and biweekly flea markets.