After several late nights of research and early morning headaches that even a ocean dip couldn’t fix, I return to you, dear blog readers, with information on nightlife in Cabarete. There are plenty of choices between bars, restaurants and clubs where you can drink a delicious mojito and dance the night away. This is not an exhaustive list, just a list from an exhausted yoga teacher who isn’t meant to stay out past midnight.
I will admit that I didn’t stay out later than three AM any night but just know that the party always continues at the casino for late night dancing. Otherwise, continue reading for a list of day to day, whoops, I mean, night to night, activities that will keep you yearning for more rum and bachata music.
Monday nights in Cabarete you can find karaoke at VoyVoy. You’ll feel part-surfer, part-kiter with the open air club and totally beach vibe. They have a great happy hour from 7-11PM where you can buy pitchers of mojitos that are a must if your singing voice is as bad as mine.
Weirdly enough it’s Tuesday night that feels like normal Sunday nights in Cabarete. There isn’t anything specifically planned at a bar or restaurant so what I would recommend is heading to Don Pepe’s pool hall. A little hard to find, the pool hall is on the 2nd floor, next to Helados Bon in downtown Cabarete. All the tables are free here except for the first table at the top of the stairs. Grab a Bohemia grande for 150 pesos and prepare to be schooled in pool by the locals.