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5 Restaurants to Try in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Restaurants to try in San Juan - El Jibarito Restaurant - Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

Bon Appétitfrom Bon Appétit

18 Things to Eat, Buy, and Do in Puerto Rico Slideshow Photos

18 Things to Eat, Buy, and Do in Puerto Rico - Bon Appétit

The Nosheryfrom The Noshery

Mallorca Bread: Soft Puerto Rican Sweet Bread Rolls

Mallorca Bread: Soft Puerto Rican Sweet Bread Rolls - SO EXCITED TO KNOW THIS! Since Starbucks got rid of my bread! :(

La Bombonera, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Mi parada obligatoria todos los domingos en la tarde cuando era soltera <3

Did you know that the birthplace of the Piña Colada was Puerto Rico? - During your next trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico, make sure to drop by the Barrachina, which is the birthplace of the Piña Colada. Try one of these amazing drinks and also take a photo of the plaque honoring this drink's birth that is right outside the restaurant. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #attractions #SanJuan #travel

The Nosheryfrom The Noshery

El Jibarito (Plantain and Steak Sandwich

El Jibarito ~ Plantain and Steak Sandwich ~ Puerto Rico .... Hmmm... Have to try this! ~ http://thenoshery.com/2009/06/08/el-jibarito-plantain-and-steak-sandwich/

TripAdvisorfrom TripAdvisor

Punto de Vista Restaurant & Bar

Punto De Vista Restaurant & Bar BOGO Mojitos every day 1 Cll Juan Antonio Coretejas | Edificio covadonga, San Juan 00901, Puerto Rico Old San Juan

This place has amazing authentic Puerto Rican food! It was also featured on Man VS Food. Must try the Mufungo with shrimp. Very good!

Food & Winefrom Food & Wine

Insider Guide to Puerto Rico Restaurants

Insider Guide to Puerto Rico Restaurants on Food & Wine

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

How to do Ibiza on a budget

Ibiza, Old town

One of my favorite memories of Puerto Rico was ordering two pounds of "lechon asado" from a roadside lechonera. Amaaaaaazzziiiiing! even though I didn't have enough Spanish under my belt to tell him what part of the pig I wanted. I had to point. At myself.