Heading to El Pato goes to show that one has good taste and great affection for gourmet dishes. Gourmet is Pato's forte ... More
Heading to El Pato goes to show that one has good taste and great affection for gourmet dishes. Gourmet is Pato's forte and savoring them in well designed interiors and even more stunning exteriors, takes the gastronomic experience to a different level. The striking features like the patio which is studded with colorful and contrasting flowers and shrubbery which are pleasant and very attractive, add to the overall cheerful and welcoming ambiance. The cuisine here is a blend of International, Mediterranean and touches of local flavor all bought together to offer a great fine dining experience. Don't be shy of preparations such as the delicious Foie Gras roasted on apple slices with port wine and truffle sauce, for they are delectable and a treat to the palate. This is a good joint to mingle with locals over drinks at the piano bar.
In Colonial times San Jose was the headquarters of the city's association of carpenters. It was inaugurated in 1783, but
due to the earthquakes of 1917, 1918 and 1976 the building collapsed and after the last earthquake it was ...
The traditional food of Puebla presents itself in this restaurant in San Nicolás. Its menu exclusively includes dishes from this
region such as mole with chicken, chalupitas, green pipián, rice with gizzards, etc. Its atmosphere is mostly family oriented, ...
Originally a Carmelite convent built over three centuries ago, Hotel El Convento is now a boutique style hotel located in
the heart of Old San Juan and approximately eight miles from San Juan Airport. The hotel is within walking ...