Dominican Republic restaurants at Casa de Campo Resort - A Dining Guide

From casual to cutting-edge, easy dining to exotic dishes, the restaurant options at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas offer memorable experiences for every meal of the day. Learn more about our Dominican Republic restaurants and mouth-watering menu items with our Casa de Campo dining guide.

The Beach Club Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort, Dominican Republic

If you’re looking for casual, al fresco dining, head to Minitas Beach Club & Restaurant. The beach club is immersed in a tropical beachfront landscape, offers sweeping views of the Caribbean Sea, and unquestionably one of the best sunsets on the island. Discover the expansive pool deck with its infinity pool, enjoy specialty house cocktails at the ocean-view bar or delight yourself with a memorable meal at the restaurant.


La Cana Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort, Dominican Republic

Experience the flavors of the Mediterranean without ever leaving the beauty of the Dominican Republic at La Caña. At the heart of the Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, La Caña Bar & Restaurant takes its name from the sugar cane crops that surround the town of La Romana and have been the driving force of the local economy since the 1900s. The restaurant highlights and elevates local ingredients within the context of French-inspired fare. Guests congregate at the bar and lounge area on a nightly basis to enjoy the sounds of local live music as well as hand-rolled cigars and an extensive selection of Dominican rums.


La Piazzetta Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort, Dominican Republic

Ciao! The tastes of Italy await you at La Piazzetta, a rustic Italian trattoria in Altos de Chavón. Open for dinner from Thursday to Sunday, La Piazzetta offers an expertly crafted prix-fixe menu featuring fresh ingredients and Italian soul. Try the Tiramisu, we promise you won’t regret it.

Lago Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas serves a buffet of breakfast and lunch every day.

Treating yourself to the bright flavors of traditional Dominican cuisine is a must when you visit the Dominican Republic. Luckily, one of our signature restaurants, Lago Restaurant, serves up fresh Dominican dishes daily. Open for breakfast and lunch, you can curate your own meal at the buffet or order traditional dishes like Cassava Empanadas, or traditional Dominican Rice from the menu.

La Casita Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort and Marina, Dominican Republic

Inspired by the bounty of the sparkling Caribbean Sea, and overlooking the beautiful Casa de Campo Marina, you’ll never find seafood fresher than the exquisite dishes served up at La Casita. The menu expertly fuses Spanish flavors and fresh Dominican ingredients. Tapas-style appetizers include Galician Octopus, Jamón Iberico, and Ceviche. The impressive seafood main courses include Grilled Grouper, Lobster Thermidor, and Seafood Paella. You’ll love enjoying the Caribbean breeze as you dine while watching the sunset over the marina.

SBG Restaurant at Casa de Campo Resort & Villas, Dominican Republic

Those looking for a luxurious dining experience should head straight to SBG. This waterfront restaurant is the perfect place for a chic lunch or memorable evening. The menu is a virtual tour of fine international flavors and the atmosphere eclectic upscale casual. Located at the Casa de Campo Marina, SBG offers the best of the region’s fresh seafood, with divine ceviches, succulent hot appetizers, and bold tiraditos, a Peruvian preparation of fresh raw fish. If seafood isn’t for you, go for one of the outstanding prime steaks or main dishes like Duck Confit or the signature—and vegetarian—SBG Tagliata pasta. After dark, the atmosphere heats up, with DJs, live music, and creative cocktails.

Casa de Campo Resort’s dining options offer something for every taste and every occasion. Aside from our world-class array of signature restaurants, a host of cafĂ©s, grills, bistros, and bars offer unparalleled choice and options for even the most fanatic of foodies. Not to mention, if you’re looking for a dining experience that is truly unique, our concierge will gladly arrange for a meal cooked by a private chef in one of our rental villas. One thing is for sure: when you vacation at Casa de Campo Resort, you definitely won’t be going home hungry.

(*) UPDATE: As of 2017, the Minitas Beach Club & Restaurant is no longer part of the Le Cirque portfolio, and features a diverse gastronomy offer, along with renovated and modernized facilities, including an infinity pool and lounge and bar areas.

(*) UPDATE: As of 2021, Pubbelly Sushi is no longer part of our available restaurants and Causa Restaurant has been opened in its place.

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