Museo del Ron y la Caña
This new museum, housed in a restored 16th-century building, is a celebration of rum and sugar cane, two of the country’s most important...
The area in front of the Alcázar de Colón has been made over many times, most recently during the early 1990s in honor of the 500th...
Museo Alcázar de Colón
Designed in the Gothic-Mudéjar transitional style, this was once the residence of Columbus’ son, Diego, and his wife, Doña María de...
El Patio del Canario
Owned by a Dominican salsa star, this bar is for grown-ups; if the music gets too loud step out into the beautiful courtyard.
Occupying the western corner, Todo Tambo is Plaza Españas seafood option: ceviche, fish tacos and casuela de mariscos (mixed seafood...
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Pat’e Palo information
Part of Plaza España’s restaurant row, Pat’e Palo is for gourmands and anyone tired of the same old bland pasta and chicken. Everything here is special but two personal recommendations are the grilled angus rib eye with rocket and parmesan with potato fricassee, mushrooms and bacon, and the Chilean sea bass served over Spanish sausage risotto in a creamy beer sauce.