San Juan is a foodies destination, often described as the gastronomic capital of the Caribbean. Many of island’s most talented world renowned chefs, have restaurants in tourist areas of the city. Dig into the sultry flavors of Puerto Rican food, or try the many restaurants that take fusion cuisine to a whole new level.
There are plenty of dining options from luxurious to outdoor relaxed cafes, to fit every budget and satisfy every palette. Eat a delicious dinner, then relax or join the dance floor to move to the sounds of salsa, a few restaurants offer free dance lessons.
Puerto Rico is the rum capital of the world, where the Piña Colada was born. If you love coffee, you’ll fall in love with the bold flavor and aroma of Puerto Rico’s coffee, grown deep in the verdant mountains. As you tour Old San Juan, enjoy a great cup of cafe con leche in romantic cozy shops and outdoor relaxed cafes in narrow streets or along the San Juan Bay.
Come to San Juan and find out for yourself why this vibrant city has been voted as the Capital of Caribbean Cuisine and voted as one of the Best Islands for Foodies.
Popular Restaurants in Old San Juan
311 Trois Cent Onze (French Cuisine) – 311 Calle Fortaleza, Old San Juan
(787) 725-7959 | Menu
El Jibarito (Latin American, Puerto Rican) – Calle Sol 280, Old San Juan
La Mallorquina (Latin American) – Calle San Justo 207, Old San Juan
Punto de Vista (Latin Amer., Puerto Rican) – 307 Calle Fortaleza, Rooftop of Hotel Milano
Popular Restaurants in Condado
Yantar (Spanish, Modern European) – 1018 Ashford Ave., Condado
Popular Restaurants in Miramar
Augusto’s (French Cuisine) – Courtyard Marriott, Ave. Ponce de Leon 801, Miramar
Casita Miramar (American-New) – 605 Miramar Avenue, Miramar
Popular Restaurants in Ocean Park
Pa’l Cielo (Caribbean, Peruvian) – 2056 Calle Loiza, Ocean Park
Popular Restaurants in Santurce, San Juan
La Casita Blanca (Latin American) – 351 Calle Tapia, Santurce, San Juan
Popular Restaurants in Isla Verde, Carolina
Ceviche House (Peruvian) – 79 Isla Verde Ave., Isla Verde
El Alambique (Latin American) – 5806 Calle Tartak, Condado Racquet Club