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Stand-alone restaurants are few and far between in Little Corn. The best places to eat are attached to the hotels, though there are some notable exceptions: Bridget's First Stop Comedor, just north of the dock (no phone), is popular with locals, who come to eat its home-cooked shrimp and lobster, and Elsa's, on the eastern side of the island (no phone), is a beachside restaurant that does hearty grilled dishes. Habana Libre, north of the pier (tel. 505/8848-5412), is a Cuban-owned bar and restaurant that serves excellent veal and, of course, fresh seafood. The terrace view is delicious, as are the mojitos made from homegrown mint. The bar is popular with both locals and visitors, and has a nice vibe with good music.

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