Zona Colonial, El Conde
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

NileGuide Expert tip:

Get their boca negra shot.


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A bar on a side street of the Colonial Zone, if you don't know where it is you will definitely not find it (just ask any local). It's dark and slightly alternative with walls filled with curious objects and signs. It's usually crowded if you drop by anytime after midnight, filled with the in-the-knows of Dominican society. There is a large general area in front of the bar, but the back is better for chats and laughs, with an open ceiling and plenty of seating. The drinks are fairly interesting, especially their boca negra shot: the tall glass is cooled with liquid nitrogen before being filled with their dangerously strong house concoction. Word of the wise: unless you want to end up underneath one of their tables, indulge in moderation. Good choice if you like going on the alternative track, you'll be in good company.


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