Came here after leaving the Joloa as I have not been served. De Bari was about to close but the still served me! Very friendly staff with ok food for a fair price!! Would dine there again!
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My friend and I went here for our first dinner in the Dominican Republic. Tucked away through an almost-hidden door in the Zona Coloniale, we would never have known this place was just a block from our Airbnb were it not for Google. We went...More
Cant wait to return to this place, food was really good and as a vegan my options are limited but I had the best eggplant and cold presidente!
The food was poor and the price was high. We were told it was a good place to try traditional food but it was very bland.
This is the truly bohemian spot in the city, with a bunch of interesting people. The dominican food is excellent here, with the touch of a home made food. My favorites: rice and beans, creole fish, cativías de bacalo and dulce de coco.
There is lots of great seafood on the menu. Their speciality is crab. Unfortunately, even during the crab season, crab is out of season at de Bari as is most seafood.