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NYC Mike

Punta Cana

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My wife is from the other side of the island and so we are clueless on what might be special and noteworthy in the Punta Cana resort area.

We would like to go off the resort for drinks, dancing and especially food. Resort food is generally good american food.

Anyone been recently?

-Mike


-Mike & Andrea

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We spent the Christmas/New Year's holidays at Punta Cana in 2005-06 and in answer to your subheading, "no." Though we had a great beach barbecue at PC one night, one of my favorite meals of the year, the rest of the time the food was pretty awful. And watch your little ones: the bartenders served my kids "real" margaritas. :shock:

Such a beautiful setting, though, and they were trying hard.


"Oh, tuna. Tuna, tuna, tuna." -Andy Bernard, The Office

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most resorts in pc are all inclusive, so people stay inside. there's a little shopping village, but not busy at all. yes, the food is generally overcooked and underspiced.

look on tripadvisor site - there's a lot of posts for punta cana - may be you'll find something to your taste.

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