Articles for Food

Best Cafés in Puerto Rico

Best Cafés in Puerto Rico December 28, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Puerto Rico has had a long history of coffee making. Jíbaros, the country people, were the ones producing the coffee that was then shipped to countries all over the world. Their product became famous and today is considered one of the best. A visit to Puerto Rico would not be complete without sampling...

Best Sandwiches in San Juan

Best Sandwiches in San Juan September 15, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
When it comes to food, all humans have something in common: the love for a good sandwich. The design of such a delicate creation, in perfect symmetry with its meaty or veggie (or both!) interiors, brings mouth watering experiences to us all. In Puerto Rico, sandwiches serve as plates for delicious meat,...

San Juan on a Budget: Part One

May 20, 2011 | Events, Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Travelers tend to see Puerto Rico as an expensive destination in comparison to other islands. Surprisingly, most attractions are inexpensive. If you are visiting Puerto Rico and decide to stay in San Juan, there’s the obvious expense of staying in a hotel, which are indeed expensive in the capital....

Best Bars in San Juan: Part One

May 20, 2011 | Events, Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Puerto Ricans know how to have a good time. So when you visit the island, you must take a break from all the sightseeing and sunbathing, and join the party. Locals are friendly, local beer is delicious, and the music… well, it’s Puerto Rico. Music is part of who we are. So get in the mood...

Puerto Rican Food: Recipes

Puerto Rican Food: Recipes May 18, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Make tonight a Puerto Rican night. Try these recipes and surprise family and friends with a taste of the Caribbean. Top Chef Master Wilo Benet shares some of his recipes for you to try and enjoy. Here’s a complete dinner for you. These are truly delicious! Buen provecho! Appetizer Bacalaítos (Salt...

In search of raw: Piñones in Loiza

In search of raw: Piñones in Loiza April 29, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Alcapurrias, a fried delicacy When you first land in Puerto Rico’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport and start driving towards it’s capital, you find yourself surrounded by a metropolitan city basking in the Atlantic sea and the refreshing Caribbean sun. Upscale hotels and restaurants, Miami-style...

Tips: Good and Cheap Eats

Tips: Good and Cheap Eats April 1, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Puerto Rico is well known for it’s delicious food. And there’s no need to go broke while visiting. These restaurants have it all and will also save your wallet. Enjoy.   My two favorites 1. La Casita Blanca: Authentic and with character, this restaurant brings you back in time and...

Puerto Rican Flavors: Local delicacies

February 7, 2011 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Puerto Rico’s “comida criolla,” the islanders comfort food, is a soulful and zestful mix of Taino Indian, African, Spanish and American food. With a mix like that, you can imagine the variety of flavors and versions of typical dishes. You can taste Puerto Rico’s diversity at many spots around...

Rural Puerto Rico: Beyond San Juan

Rural Puerto Rico: Beyond San Juan February 7, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Delve deep into the Puerto Rico most tourists don’t know about. The island’s countryside, tucked in the high lands of the central mountain range, boasts a kaleidoscope of rustic charm and friendly people. Head to Cayey & Aibonito (where the panoramic route is located), Dorado, Vega Alta, Rincon,...

Art and Culture: Puerto Rico’s Rich History

Art and Culture: Puerto Rico’s Rich History February 2, 2011 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
With a blend of African, Spanish and Taíno Indian cultures infusing its cuisine, traditions, lifestyle, and its variety of music and art, Puerto Rico is truly a multicultural hub. When stepping into the ancient cobblestones of Old San Juan, venturing into towns settled on the mountain range, or driving...