Located on Atarazana Street # 17, Zona Colonial, the Museo del Jamon Meson is working in the Dominican Republic since 2000, opened its doors to the public on April 20 and the concept comes from a Spanish franchise based in Madrid. In the 7 years that is laboring the Meson Restaurant in the Dominican Republic has been characterized by the quality of its food and good service. As its name implies, Museo del Jamon, lives up to its name offering the best high heels (picaderas) and wines in its cuisine.
Among its peculiarities is the decorated ceiling of legs (legs) of Serrano ham, which are used daily in the restaurant. You can also enjoy a beautiful evening outdoors listening to soft music with a beautiful view that shows the Plaza España in conjunction with the Alcázar de Colón and El Puerto de Santo Domingo. And for those who like to be more discreet, may have their evening on the premises in the area of the bar or restaurant area.
It offers different international dishes but specializes in Spanish cuisine and Dominican food.
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