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  • Piña Coladas and Carbonated Negronis: A San Juan Drinking Guide

    Piña Coladas and Carbonated Negronis: A San Juan Drinking Guide

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on June 14th      •       No Comments      •      Bars + Puerto Rico + Travel Tips + Travel Tips & Guide

    Our co-founders, Gustavo Antonetti and Paulina Salach, recently sat down with Kathleen Squires from New York Magazine to chat out their favorite bars in San Juan. See the full article below. Cheers! La Casita de Rones San Juan used...

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  • Sofrito Recipe

    Sofrito Recipe

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on June 12th      •       No Comments      •      Puerto Rico + Recipes

    Sofrito: The Flavor of Latin-American Cuisine By Chef Daniela Rivera Sofrito – It’s the condiment or “sazón” that gives Latin American cuisine its distinct flavor. Each country has a variation of sofrito and Puerto Rico is no exception. What...

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  • Puerto Rico Restaurant Week 2018 Has Officially Begun!

    Puerto Rico Restaurant Week 2018 Has Officially Begun!

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on June 4th      •       No Comments      •      Dining Guides + Dinner + Events + Puerto Rico + Restaurants

    Restaurant Week is here and we couldn’t be more excited. This week-long event, lasting through June 10, celebrates Puerto Rico’s top restaurants, who offer prix fixe menus at accessible prices. Over 25 restaurants are participating in this year’s event,...

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  • SanSe 2018 – San Juan’s Biggest Party!

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on January 15th      •       No Comments      •      Local Culture & History + Old San Juan + Travel Tips + Travel Tips & Guide

      In our tropical paradise where holiday decorations are still up and roasted pig is eaten by the pounds, we are gearing up for the biggest party of the year! The annual ‘SanSe’ festival (Fiestas de la Calle San...

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