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El Yunque Treehouse

You jumped in a cold yet revitalizing waterfall, hiked some scenic trails and even saw a coquí frog. But now your stomach is grumbling and you need to remedy the situation before you start considering eating what looks like a delicious red berry (and is actually a poisonous seed). Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered!…

It’s All in The Family at Acapulco Taquería

There are days when all you want is a damn good taco. And no, not that Tex-Mex stuff with sour cream, iceberg lettuce, mounds of sauce and dried chicken. The REAL deal! Tacos al pastor, cochinita pibil, barbacoa and lengua can all be found at Acapulco Taquería, a family run business on Calle…

Where to Dine on Monday for PR Restaurant Week

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week Restaurants Open Mondays   “Puerto Rico Restaurant Week provides locals and tourists an unbeatable opportunity to visit a different restaurant every day and explore the Island’s varied culinary scene at special prices,” Paulina Salach, Co-Founder of Puerto Rico Restaurant Week   During Puerto Rico Restaurant Week diners can visit a new…

PR Restaurant Week – Asia and Beyond

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At Spoon Food Tours, daily life entails introducing visitors on the island to some of the best Puerto Rican cuisine on offer. It ain’t a bad gig! This week however is truly special – it’s Puerto Rico Restaurant Week. Whoop whoop! Restaurants are offering special prix fixe menus. At $20 for lunch and $28 or…