Just finished reading Anthony Bourdain’s "Nasty Bits" in which the self-realized ‘celebrity chef’ implores travelers to live a little and eat local, real local. Go where there’s somebody’s name is on the sign and lots people are inside seeming to have a good time, he counsels.
Which seems to be a recommendation for Sosa’s, a (literally) Hispanic-flavored restaurant in Cruz Bay. It’s tough to miss the place, because when you pass by, it sounds like there is a party going on. Salsa and meringue blare from a jukebox, and lots of people are laughing. Click here for a video "taste."
Budget Travel reviewed the place and liked its salt fish in "a piquant tomato sauce … the shredded, chewy fish comes with salad, rice and beans, and sweet fried plantains, providing more than enough to feed a hungry surfer." Anybody else tried it?