A small town feel permeates this narrow avenue that connects downtown Santurce with nearby beaches. Filled with cafes and old ... More
A small town feel permeates this narrow avenue that connects downtown Santurce with nearby beaches. Filled with cafes and old time department stores, this section of San Juan has a distinct flavor reminiscent of simpler times. Calle Loiza is also good for supermarket shopping, a large Walgreen's pharmacy, and local classics. The best time to enjoy Calle Loiza is during a quiet weekday spent hunting in the shops that cater to local immigrant populations from the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and South America. - Rachel Hiskes
Located on Calle de San Sebastián, Nono's is known by locals and visitors alike as the best bar in the
old city, for its excellent atmosphere and its "hip" crowd. While American specialties like burgers and salads are served, ...
This contemporary eatery stands hidden behind Casa Candina on Condado's famous Ashford Avenue. Zabó is in an old restored house
with a protective terrace that shields you from the sun and the hustle of the city. It appears as ...
Located on Calle Cristo , this popular arts and crafts center showcases the best in local crafts from Puerto Rican
artists. Here you can find excellent and affordable souvenirs and gifts for that friend or relative back home. Of ...
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