Walk down Tanca Street—a small, narrow street, and in a pink colonial building you'll find this pleasant eatery. Of ... More
Walk down Tanca Street—a small, narrow street, and in a pink colonial building you'll find this pleasant eatery. Of course it's hard to miss, because the thumping beats give away Noise much before you actually enter the club. Being a reggaetón club, it has long Friday night parties where fans and lovers of reggae swing on!
A Puerto Rican Sunday morning institution, La Bombonera offers huge mallorcas and other baked items. It's a well kept secret,
however is its ability to prepare excellent meals consistently. La Bombonera attracts huge crowds on weekends. Be sure to ...
This hot spot is like a magnet for those seeking a fun night out. It's one of the most successful
clubs in all of Old San Juan, predominantly frequented by a younger crowd. The club has an 'energized' urban ...
This tucked away eatery in Rio Piedras serves some of the best Spanish specialties on the island to a mostly
business oriented crowd. Decor in the bar is very simple. The food is decidedly Spanish Latin. Try a tapas ...
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