Lorenzillo’s Punta Cana is the ideal place to celebrate reunions and events that last for a lifetime.
Surrounded by a wonderful lagoon, over beautiful terraces picturing the fiercest sunsets in the Caribbean, Lorenzillo’s Punta Cana offers different environments in the same place to make any celebration memorable. From conference Dinners, casual brunch or a fancy wedding, we’re the place to fulfill your dream scenery.
Allow us to complement your event with the best in attention and service. Be guided by our experts who’ll offer the most exquisite dishes of Marine Cuisine and Live Lobster, as you’ll be delighted by our famous “Dominican Taste Corner”. We’re waiting for you to enjoy along with your guests in Lorenzillo’s Punta Cana from the most select service, the magnificent Pirate’s Cellar with the best wines and liquors as well as our renowned cocktails.
Live the experience of celebrating in Lorenzillo’s and be a guest in your own event. We’re waiting for you in the restaurant that has it ALL!
The legend states that on May 18th, of 1683, a pirate called Lorencillo and his companion, Agramont went ashore at “La Villa Rica de la Veracruz” on the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 900 miles west of Cancún. The pirates had been at sea for months and were tired of eating salted fish.
Knowing that they could eat in a good restaurant in Veracruz they could not wait to go ashore. Much to the dismay of the towns people the pirates were not satisfied with the culinary delights of the restaurant, and in retaliation, they plundered the city and killed the upper crust of society.
In 1979, more than 330 years after that merciless attack the name of the infamous Lorenzillo was hung over the doorway of the first Chaine of fine restaurants offering a choice selection from the seven seas. The restaurant was open as a precautionary measure to avoid repeating history.
120 people per group
Access with the following items is NOT allowed: hat, cap, t-shirt, bathing suit.
Air conditioned main hall, large terrace, “El Faro” Bar, Sunset Pier, Pirate’s Wine Cellar, parking lot.