The outside of Manna resembles a beach house complete with side steps leading to a deck on the second level and small white lights hanging on the front of the roof. However, Manna is far from peaceful and calm like you’d expect from a beach. When entering the bottom level of this Dominican restaurant, loud music fills the bar area while sports is displayed on the television screen. Off in the corner, drums and a microphone are set up on a small stage area. If you’re coming to Manna just to eat, be prepared-you will end up partying. As far as the food, dishes served in the main dining area upstairs include masita de cerdo, fried pork with onions and pescado rojo, red snapper.
- Atmosphere and Personality
- High Energy
- Dancing, Entertainment, Happy Hour, and Takeout/Carryout
- Payment Methods
- Major Credit Cards
- Street and On Site. The parking lot for Manna is very tight. Parking is suggested down the street.