On September 6, we reported that a number of entrepreneurs complained about the enclosed main street in the evening.
Now, a few weeks later it appears that the owners of the restaurants and bars clearly are much more satisfied.
Not only the restaurants put their tables for the guests in the street in the evening, the bars have also started to make use of this great opportunity.
Because at the Bermuda Bar, Premium Bar (formerly El Flow) and Merenguebar the tables and chairs are in the street too, and the guests just love it.
So at 12 o'clock it is rather busy in the street, although it is still low season.
From mid-October more tourists will come to Sosúa and this continues through late March.
There is more nightlife in the street, and that makes it more attractive and more fun in the evening in Sosúa.
The relatively small resort town of Sosúa houses three Dominican TV stations and also a German TV station (HBV 50).
Ola TV broadcasts on channel 1, Costa Norte on channel 3 and JMTV on channel 12 of cable company Delancer.
The German station HBV 50 broadcasts on channel 146.
Since last weekend Ola TV on channel 1 switched to broadcasting in HD quality.
During a reception in Apart Hotel Las Cañas in Mulata 2 this new phenomenon was given a blessing by Father Bernardo Vásquez.
The putting into service of the HD system took place with great interest from local and provincial dignitaries.
Among them, of course, Mayor Ilana Neumann and Thomas Callender, the president of the association for restaurants and hotels in Sosúa and Cabarete.
In the speeches, the owner and entrepreneur Junior Henríquez from the Ola TV station was praised for his entrepreneurial spirit and innovative approach.
Thanks to Junior, Sosúa pioneers with the application of modern techniques.