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Lackluster outlet of the sometimes good local snack chain. Try the milkshakes.
The airy oceanside Restaurante Cayo Jutías specializes in local seafood.
To get started you might want to try its seafood and African-flavored sides.
For light and casual fare like salads, wraps and crepes try Caribbean Coffee .
Across from Isla petrol station is Super El Económico, a medium-sized grocery.
A cool spot and a superb setting by the pool of the Marigot Bay Hotel.
Sells groceries in one of Ciego's grandest fin de siècle buildings.
International cuisine in neoclassical surrounds in Parque Josone.
Main-street jerk joint serving better jerk chicken than pork.
This is the biggest and best supermarket at the eastern end of town.
Good selection of imported goods, a sushi counter and bakery.
Standard menu served in fanless, open-air concrete pavilion.
Bakeries & Patisseries
Cakes, pastries and the best potato pudding on the north coast.
Popular local watering hole serving delicious Jamaican dishes.
Stock up on rations for travels further south at Supermercado H y M.
Good selection of local and imported foodstuffs, though not cheap.
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