POINTS OF INTEREST
On the waterfront, La Casita (a spin-off of the original in downtown La Romana) has a contemporary feel; at night dramatic lighting positioned over waterfront tables casts a beautifying glow. Professional waiters guide you through the menu of pastas, risottos, shellfish stew, and paella, which reflects the Spanish owner's heritage. Fideuá, a variation of paella made with pasta, is popular with large parties. Prices can be high, but many main courses are large enough to be shared. The restaurant is included in the all-inclusive plan for guests of Casa de Campo and is one of the better choices. Ask for a waterfront table and be adamant that you do not want to sit near the kitchen door.