Restaurants in Playa Salinas
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Run by brothers Evan and Irving, this little place is a well-situated (though not too well-stocked) bar and grill/minimarket, though the latter is only evident from a stock of dusty cans, mosquito repellent and dish soap. The food here is certainly a family affair: homemade sandwiches criolla and blood sausage come steaming from the tiny small kitchen, and the food is available to go. The beer is cheap and the locals feisty; they dance to a TV in the corner playing videos of old salsa bands. This is the ideal place to get away from the other tourists.
Like its west-facing neighbors up and down the road, the sunset views are a nightly show from the breezy patio. Ladi’s claims to have created ‘Mojo Isleño, ’ a zesty garlicky sauce that dresses most local fish dishes. A crooner plays the keyboard in the corner and the song list calibrated to please gringo sailors, who sway along to ‘Margaritaville’ at least once an evening.