Lista de restaurantes en puerto rico: 10 restaurantes con tremenda vista y un ambiente increíble

10 restaurantes con tremenda vista y un ambiente increíble

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by Info Merodea | Nov 20, 2020

Si estás buscando una excusa para irte de roadtrip y comer unas comidas exquisitas, no tienes que mirar más lejos. Desde las montañas de Cayey hasta el campo de Ciales, estamos en una isla con un sinfín de opciones para encontrar platos exóticos con vistas preciosas. Aquí compartimos estas 10 recomendaciones de locales con ambientes agradables que puedes disfrutar con quien quieras. 

1. Kikita Beach House, Dorado

Ubicado en Dorado, Kikita Beach House es un lugar que tienes que visitar con su ambiente moderno y sofisticado con una vista espectacular al mar. Sus especialidades incluyen una variedad de risottos y pastas increíbles, como risotto de langosta y pasta de camarones y mejillones. Ah, pero ellos no se limitan, también ofrecen una variedad de pescados y mofongos rellenos. De todo un poco, y todo apetitoso. No podemos olvidar los cócteles sabrosos y refrescantes que tienen para complementar la comida y el ambiente.  

Dirección: 168 – 198 Calle 13, Dorado, PR, 00646

Image via Kikita Beach House

2. Hacienda MariBo, Adjuntas

Hacienda MariBo es un local con un ambiente tranquilo y único. Ofrecen un menú excelente con una variedad de comida local, y sus especialidades son las carnes rojas. Aparte de eso, cuentan con una variedad de vinos y tragos artesanales. Un dato curioso: las fincas cercanas son hogar para cabras y vacas, así que no te sorprendas si te encuentras con una durante tu visita.

Dirección: Carr. 10 km 28, Adjuntas, PR, 00601

Image via Hacienda MariBo

3. The Sand and The Sea, Cayey

Como sugiere su nombre, en The Sand and The Sea consigues lo mejor de los dos mundos con vistas impresionantes hacia el mar y hacia las montañas. Tienes tiempo para apreciar la vista con el local abierto en un ambiente perfecto para estar con familia, amistades, o hasta un date. Aquí puedes encontrar una variedad de comida criolla deliciosa, desde alcapurrias hasta pernil asado. Nadie se queda atrás, también hay una variedad de pescados y opciones vegetarianas. Si estás buscando un trago nuevo para probar, te recomendamos el mojito coquito de nutella. No te vas a arrepentir. Ojo: debido a la pandemia se requiere una reservación hasta nuevo aviso. 

Dirección: Carr. 715 KM 5.2, Cayey, PR, 00736

Image via The Sand and The Sea

4. Punto Verde Al Fresco, Gurabo

Ubicado en Gurabo, Punto Verde Al Fresco es un lugar familiar y encantador. Se identifican como una “Cocina Fresca Local Para Todos.” Además, ellos se especializan en la comida criolla con un twist internacional. Tienen opciones para todos tus gustos, incluyendo pizzetas artesanales, risottos, pescado, hamburguesas y hasta opciones de platos veganos. Tienen varias especiales de happy hour y música en vivo los fines de semanas. Lo mejor de todo es que queda a 20-25 minutos de San Juan. Ojo: aunque no es requerido, te recomiendan hacer reservación.

Dirección: Carr. 181 Km. 28.8 Bo. Jagual, Gurabo, PR 00777

Image via Punto Verde al Fresco

5. Bacoa, Juncos 

Ubicado en una finca en Juncos, en Bacoa puedes disfrutar de comida puertorriqueña mientras estás apoyando el desarrollo sostenible. El mejor mood, ¿no? Aquí encontrarás opciones satisfactorias para cualquier antojo, sean bacalaitos hasta filet mignon. 

Dirección: Carr. 31 km 22.0, Juncos, PR, 00911

Image via Bacoa

6. Luna Montuna, Comerío

Luna Montuna, lugar cautivador, es una casa de campo pero con un toque moderno. Con una vista increíble a las montañas y el concepto abierto, te va a encantar el estético y el ambiente. Con chuletas, tacos, risotto, queso frito, y hasta ceviche, aquí se puede encontrar de todo un poco. Ojo: debido a la pandemia se requiere reservación para todos los grupos de 6 personas o más.

Dirección: Carr. 749 km 2.4 Sector la Puntilla, Comerío, PR, 00794

Image via Luna Montuna

7.

Casa Linda Panoramic Restaurant, Aguada

Ubicado en Aguada, Casa Linda Panoramic Restaurant cumple con las expectativas de su nombre. Es un restaurante hermoso ubicado en una casita con una tremenda vista al campo y al mar. Aquí hay un menú amplio con pasta penne, carne, pollo, una variedad de mofongos rellenos y un menú vegetariano. También tiene una variedad de tragos, incluyendo piña coladas, mojitos, vinos, y cervezas. 

Dirección: Carr. 411 km 10.6, Aguada, PR, 00610

Image via Casa Linda Panoramic Restaurant

8. Paladar Campesino, San Sebastián 

En San Sebastián, encontramos esta joya de lugar. En Paladar Campesino se puede disfrutar de su comida criolla sabrosa con unas vistas impresionantes. Se cultivan la mayoría de sus productos agrícolas en la finca del restaurante, así te aseguras que estás comiendo saludable y apoyando el negocio local y sustentable. 

Dirección: Carr. 433 km 3.5, San Sebastián PR 00685

 

Image via Paladar Campesino

9.

La Fogata, Gurabo 

Si eres atléticx o te gusta estar activx, ¡este lugar es para ti! En La Fogata no solo vas a poder comer comida rica en un ambiente tranquilo, también puedes alquilar kayaks, paddle boards y botes de pedales para usar durante tu visita. Puedes disfrutar las actividades antes o después de comer. Así que puedes comer para motivarte a hacer los ejercicios como también puedes probar uno de sus mojitos o cervezas artesanales para premiarte después de ese workout. Sus especialidades son los tacos y las hamburguesas. Tienes que probarlas, nos lo vas a agradecer… 

Dirección: Carr. PR-941 Km. 6.7, Gurabo, PR, 00778

Image via La Fogata

10. Casa Vieja, Ciales 

Este lugar mágico es un tesoro escondido en las montañas que tienes que visitar. Casa Vieja, con su vista panorámica y su ambiente rústico y clásico, te va a enamorar. Ofrecen una variedad de comida criolla sabrosa y tienen cócteles famosos como sus mojitos y su sangría.   

Dirección: Carr. 149 Km. 26, Ciales, PR, 00638

Image via Casa Vieja

¿Quién dice “yo”? No dejes que te cuenten, visítalos hoy.

PS. Todos los restaurantes mencionados en este artículo siguen las medidas de seguridad y sanidad establecidas por el CDC y cumplen con la orden ejecutiva del Gobierno de Puerto Rico. 

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21 Best Restaurants in Puerto Rico

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People have talked about the restaurant scene in Puerto Rico growing for long enough. It’s in full bloom.

Stephanie Segarra

Thanks to its inventive and visionary chefs, myriad cultural influences, and an incredible natural bounty, the food in Puerto Rico is as exciting and diverse as the island itself. In fact, there’s so much good food here that anyone who settles for mediocre resort fare instead of sampling the island’s incredible culinary offerings should not be allowed on to an airplane to leave until they do. Whether you’re after homestyle comida criolla, fresh-off-the-boat seafood, something elegant paired with a beautiful French wine or boundary-pushing gastronomy, there’s a restaurant in Puerto Rico to suit your taste, mood, or price point. Here are a few of our favorites.

  • Stephanie Segarra

    La Alcapurria QuemáArrow

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    La Alcapurria Quemá is a casual spot in La Placita de Santurce. It’s a nondescript, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it kinda spot; rather, it would be that way if it weren’t perpetually overflowing with guests. Come for the alcapurrias: Puerto Rican fritters made with mashed plantains or yucca and stuffed with meat. There are several varieties at Quemá, but the standouts are the beef and crab, both perfectly spiced and intensely flavorful. The pastelillos (smaller versions of empanadas) are also excellent: gloriously crisp outside and packed with succulent meat inside.

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    La Copa Llena at The Black EagleArrow

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    A breezy oceanfront restaurant so gorgeously picturesque it feels like you’re walking into the last scene of a rom-com. The outdoor terrace is framed perfectly by swaying palms, strung with delicate fairy lights, and looks directly out over the sunset. The tapas-style appetizers are tiny but pack a punch: think bites of smoky chistorra sausage with roasted red peppers, anchovies and eggs on slices of crusty baguette, and perfectly fried tostones. The mains are seafood-centric and dance with global and local flavors, like the catch-of-the-day curry, served with plantains and coconut rice. Most of the ingredients are sourced locally and so the menu changes often, but you can expect playful and inventive Puerto Rican fusion cuisine that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

  • Stephanie Segarra

    Que PezCa’oArrow

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    Que PezCa’o is a casual, unassuming little eatery by the harbor that spills out onto a covered alfresco seating area where guests can relax and enjoy mellow live music. It can get crowded and slightly raucous on the weekend—mostly because of all the little kids and dogs wandering around—but it’s always a good time. Try the bacalao croquettes, the ceviche nachos, the mahi-mahi mofongo, and the whole grilled red snapper. Oh, and some of the most flavorful, fresh-off-the-boat fish tacos you’ll find on the island.

  • Stephanie Segarra

    Soda Estudio de CocinaArrow

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    SODA is a funky little gastropub with a mildly divey, hipster feel that wouldn’t be out of place in Brooklyn or East L. A. The space itself is cozy and can get super crowded, but there’s a cute outdoor seating area, strung with fairy lights, where you can get some air and sip your mojito in peace. The menu offers a variety of flavor-packed small plates that swing between Puerto Rican and Asian flavors: smoked pork belly dumplings, brie-stuffed pastelitos (mini empanadas), sliders filled with Korean BBQ pulled pork, and creamy, decadent mac ‘n’ cheese served in a skillet and topped with crispy bacon.

  • Stephanie Segarra

    Marmalade Restaurant & Wine BarArrow

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    Eating in the dimly lit, club-like atmosphere of Marmalade is an all-encompassing experience. There’s no a la carte menu, just three tasting menus—you can choose from four courses ($75), five courses ($85), or six courses ($95), with the option of wines pairings with each. The food is Puerto Rican-international fusion, with a fresh, veggie-heavy focus; like the kimchi Boricua made with organic local vegetables and starfruit; or the vegetarian spaghetti and «meatballs,» made with spaghetti squash and cooked in a local heirloom tomato sauce.

  • La CambijaArrow

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    La Cambija is a casual, open-air restaurant with picnic-style tables. There are no water views—it’s not remotely scenic—but that doesn’t stop crowds of locals and in-the-know visitors from descending for the outstanding seafood: fresh-caught, beautifully prepared, and half what you might pay at a restaurant on the ocean. We liked the Caribbean ceviche and the fish pinchos. The typical Puerto Rican sides—rice and beans, fried plantains—are also very good, as are the homemade lionfish empanadillas.

  • Courtesy La Casita Blanca

    La Casita BlancaArrow

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    As its name suggests, La Casita Blanca is, in fact, a «little white house.» The walls are lined with potted plants and island kitsch, the tables are topped with patterned plastic tablecloths and old rum bottles filled with flowers, and the (strictly Spanish) menu is scribbled on a worn old chalkboard that looks as though it’s been here since the restaurant opened 30 years ago. As soon as you sit down, you’re welcomed with a basket of bacalaitos (codfish fritters) and little bowls of plantain soup, on the house. Some days, you’re in the mood for some sexy modernist cuisine. Other days, all you want is grandma’s cooking. On those days, come here.

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  • Bruce Seidel

    Sage Steak LoftArrow

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    Chef Mario Pagán, one of Puerto Rico’s top chefs and a former Next Iron Chef competitor, pulls out all the stops at Sage in the O:live hotel, easily the best steakhouse in San Juan. Start strong with the silky Angus beef carpaccio and black truffle-topped burrata, followed by the creamy lobster tagliatelle and bone marrow, served with chunks of crusty sourdough. For the main event, split the succulent Angus tomahawk or the dry-aged porterhouse, charred to perfection, as it should be.

  • La GuardarrayaArrow

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    The thing that brings everyone to the exceedingly homey La Guardarraya is the sensational chuleta can-can: a deep-fried pork chop with the rind still attached, which resembles a cross between an ultra-tender pork chop and a fatty, crispy chicharron. The sides are great, too, particularly the mamposteao rice—sort of like the everything-bagel version of fried rice, packed with beans, bacon, onion, peppers, and delicious spices. Save room for a slice of the dreamy tres leches, too—it’s one of the best on the island.

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    La EstaciónArrow

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    The moment you walk into La Estación, a quirky gas station-turned-restaurant off the highway in Fajardo, you know you’re in for a wild ride. It’s a little tiki and a little industrial-chic, with indoor tables, outdoor tables, grungy automotive paraphernalia, and leafy jungle vibes. (And the whole place smells like Texas BBQ.) The food here is just as eclectic—you’ll find everything from delicate, bright, catch-of-the-day ceviches to fried chicken with mac ‘n cheese. But the barbecue is the real showstopper: slow-cooked beef brisket, smoky, fall-off-the-bone ribs, and juicy pulled pork, all stuffed into a plantain «canoe.»

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    1919 RestaurantArrow

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    From sourcing the best organic ingredients directly from local farmers to the flawless execution of every single dish, 1919 is a serious culinary experience that stays with you long after you’ve left the island. The menu changes around five times a year, but you can expect fresh, vibrant modern Puerto Rican dishes that show off the island’s diverse natural bounty. The wine list that accompanies that menu is just as powerful: 300+ bottles that hit highlights from France and Italy as well as lesser-known, but equally delicious wines from California, Spain and central Europe. Simply: This is the most elegant fine dining restaurant in Puerto Rico.

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  • Uma’s Playa JobosArrow

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    Uma’s, perched perfectly on the sands of Playa Jobos in the far northwest of the island, is your quintessential beachfront surf shack: just a handful of umbrella-covered tables on an open-air deck. Vibes are breezy and relaxed, especially at sunset, when the beach empties out. The menu is scribbled on a chalkboard sign and changes daily, but you can expect catch-of-the-day seafood, big colorful salads, and delicious Russian dumplings (yes, you read that correctly). Order the flatbread if it’s available: it’s baked fresh daily and served with fresh-caught fish and a tangy homemade salsa.

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    El QuenepoArrow

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    El Quenepo is exactly what you’d want a fine dining restaurant on a paradise island to be like: refined but relaxed, with candlelit tables, earthy natural textures, and big windows, flung open to fill the room with salty sea breezes. It’s hard to go wrong with the menu, but we recommend the mixed seafood ceviche, the prawn-and-conch red curry with grilled pineapple, and the whole Caribbean lobster. If it’s available, try the homemade truffle pappardelle with mushrooms—it’s a bit of a wildcard, but it’s absolutely delicious.

  • Lechonera Los PinosArrow

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    Like most lechóneras on La Ruta del Lechón—AKA Pork Highway—Los Pinos is a casual, open-air restaurant with cafeteria-style tables, whole pigs roasting on spits, and a man behind the counter hacking up lechón with a machete and heaping it, piping-hot, onto styrofoam plates. The atmosphere is always buzzy and crowded, but it gets especially rowdy on weekends, when the space transforms into a lively dance party with live music.

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    Casita MiramarArrow

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    Housed in a pretty Spanish villa and cozily decorated with hanging plants, twinkle lights, and vintage furniture, Casita Miramar feels warm and inviting from the moment you step in. This is one of the best spots in San Juan for down-home comida criolla: the traditional Puerto Rican cuisine that pulls from the island’s Spanish, African, and Taino heritage. We recommend the perfectly cooked mofongo (fried and mashed plantains), as well as the beef stew, which is so comforting and hearty you’ll need a nap afterwards.

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  • Stephanie Segarra

    Jose EnriqueArrow

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    José Enrique might be one of America’s best restaurants and a temple of elevated Puerto Rican home cooking, but you’d never be able to tell from the looks of it. With its modest exterior, plain wooden tables and whiteboards scribbled with basic descriptions—»beef stew,» «pork chop» and «cheese fritters»—it is as modest and casual as they come. In fact, if it weren’t for the hordes of people crowded in and around the establishment night and day, you might easily assume you were in the wrong spot.

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    Acapulco Taquería MexicanaArrow

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    Acapulco Taquería Mexicana is an unfussy neighborhood taqueria with an open kitchen where you can see food being prepared right before your eyes—including the colossal hunk of spice-rubbed al pastor (pork) spinning slowly on a spit, waiting to shaved into tacos. The moment you walk in, there’s a sign that warns: «We are proud NOT to serve burritos, chimichangas, store bought tortillas, fake chips, Tex-Mex…» Instead, expect legit al pastor (pork) and lengua (tongue) tacos, cochinita sopes (slow-roasted pork on corn cakes), and more.

  • Stephanie Segarra

    KasaltaArrow

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    At Kasalta, a casual bakery and diner, glass display cases house luscious-looking pastries. Expect typical Puerto Rican diner food: meaty, oversized sandwiches, all-day breakfast plates, homemade empanadas, and hearty bowls of soup. The thing to get here is the ham and cheese on sweet Mallorca bread, the perfect interplay of creamy, salty, and sweet. For dessert, don’t miss the the guava pastelitos, quesitos (cream cheese puffs), and pistachio tres leches.

  • Courtesy Bodegas Compostela

    Bodegas CompostellaArrow

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    Bodegas Compostela is sophisticated, and almost museum-like, with high ceilings, sculptural chandeliers, and modern art. On the way to the dining room, you’ll walk past the impressive and rather intimidating wine cellar, showcasing several-hundred bottles of (primarily Spanish) wine, but the warm, laid-back staff offset the upscale vibes. The Galician menu is simple yet decadent, from the tapas—bites of perfectly char-grilled octopus, smoked sausages wrapped in potato slices—to the slow-roasted cochinillo (suckling pig), which had the crispiest, crunchiest skin imaginable.

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  • Stephanie Segarra

    El JibaritoArrow

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    El Jibarito is beloved for its comida criolla, cooked to order by the owner’s wife, Aida. Come here for stick-to-your-ribs comfort food like chuletas fritas (fried pork chops), bistec encebollado (steak with onions), carne guisada (beef stew), and pork ribs with a side of mofongo, naturally. Save room for the flan. From the moment you walk into this mom-and-pop spot, you know you’re about to tuck into a really great meal.

  • Courtesy Santaella

    SantaellaArrow

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    At Santaella, exposed concrete walls, hanging lights, and candlelit, reclaimed-wood tables all center around a lush tropical garden. The vibe feels earthy, sexy, and chic—without trying too hard. But this is an Instagram-worthy restaurant and knows it. The drinks here taste as good as they look and the food comes from chef José Santaella who has trained with the likes of Eric Ripert and Ferran Adriá.

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234 Happy Place

2479 Calle Loíza, San Juan
+1 787-396-8222

website, Phone

Abracadabra Local Counter Cafe

1661 Ave. Ponce de Leon, San Juan
+1 787-200-0447

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Acacia Trading, Inc.

Warehouse #5322 Betances St. 227, San Juan, PR, Puerto Rico
+1 787-781-3311

website, Phone

Acapulco

2021 Calle Loíza, San Juan
+1 787-727-5568

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Aguaviva

364 Cll Fortaleza, San Juan, Puerto Rico
+1 787-722-0665

website, Phone

Al dente Ristorante

309 Cll Recinto Sur, San Juan, Puerto Rico
+1 787-723-7303

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Al Dente Ristorante

309 Cll Recinto Sur, San Juan
+1 787-723-7303

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Alfredo’s at The InterContinental — San Juan

5961 Ave Isla Verde, San Juan, Puerto Rico
+1 787-791-6100

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Al Salam

239 Puerto Rico 23, San Juan
+1 787-751-6296

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AMF Bolera Paradise Lanes

Route 58, Puerto Nuevo, PR, United States
+1 787-792-6594 ​​

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Ana’s Cafe Restaurant

Frente a Wendy’s, 1909 Calle Loíza, San Juan
+1 787-727-4498

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Apito Centro Cultural de Puerto Rico / Celebrate Puerto Rico

201 Calle San Justo, San Juan
+1 787-487-7007

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Aromas Coffee House and Restaurant

201 Tetuan Street, San Juan, PR, United States
+1 787-721-6470

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Aureola’s Cafe

116 Cll San Sebastián, San Juan, Puerto Rico
+1 787-977-0100

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Aurorita Restaurant Mexicano

303 Ave De Diego, San Juan, PR, United States
+1 787-783-2899

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Bagua

Calle María Moczo, San Juan
+1 787-200-9616

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Basilia’s — Calle Loiza

1600 Calle Loíza, San Juan
+1 787-726-1008

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BBQ Factory

57-61 Avenida Juan Ponce de Leon, Guaynabo

Bebo’s BBQ

Los Angeles, 2352 Calle Celestial, Carolina, PR, United States
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418. 140

Bayamon
Bayamón

203.499

Carolina
Carolina

170.404

Ponce
Ponce

152.634

Caguas
Caguas

86.804

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81.360

Cost of living and commodity prices in Puerto Rico

Restaurants

Lunch Inexpensive restaurant 1 person 12 USD
Lunch Middle class restaurant 2 people 50USD
Lunch McMeal at McDonald’s 1 PC. 7USD
Drinks Local beer 0.5 liters 2USD
Drinks Imported beer 0. 33 liters 3 USD
Drinks Coke/Pepsi 0.33 liters 1USD
Drinks Water 0.33 liters 1USD
Drinks Cappuccino Portion 2USD

Supermarkets

Products Water 1.5 liters 2USD
Products White fresh bread 500 g. 3 USD
Products Eggs 12 pcs. 3 USD
Products Milk 1 liter 2USD
Products Bow 1 kg. 2USD
Products Cabbage 1 head 2USD
Products White rice 1 kg. 2USD
Products Potato 1 kg. 2USD
Products Tomatoes 1 kg. 3 USD
Products Local cheese 1 kg. 6USD
Meat Chicken fillet 1 kg. 7USD
Fruit Apples 1 kg. 4 USD
Fruit Bananas 1 kg. 2USD
Fruit Oranges 1 kg. 3 USD
Alcohol Middle class wine 1 bottle 12 USD
Alcohol Local beer 0.5 liters 2USD
Alcohol Imported beer 0.33 liters 3 USD
Cigarettes Marlboro 1 pack 7USD

Transport

Public transport One way trip 1 ticket 2USD
Public transport Transport Travel card 35 USD
Taxi Starting tariff Landing 3 USD
Taxi Trip 1 km. 2USD
Taxi Waiting 1 hour 18 USD
Fuel Gasoline 1 liter 1USD
Car, purchase Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline 1 PC. 25,000 USD

Entertainment

Sport Fitness center, subscription 1 month 33 USD
Sport Tennis court, rent 1 hour 18 USD
Leisure Cinema, international film 1st place 7 USD

Goods

Clothing Jeans, Levis 501 1 pair 38 USD
Clothing Summer dress in Zara, H&M 1 PC. 46USD
Shoes Nike Running Shoes 1 pair 78 USD
Shoes Leather office shoes 1 pair 89 USD

Accommodation

Rental housing Apartment in the city center 1-room 581 USD
Rental housing Apartment not in the center 1-room 444 USD
Rental housing Apartment in the city center 3-room apartment 951 USD
Rental housing Apartment not in the center 3-room apartment 766 USD
Utilities Electricity, heating… 85 sq. meters 1 month 193 USD
Communication Mobile communication 1 minute 0USD
Communication Unlimited Internet 1 month 49 USD
Buying a home Apartment in the city center 1 sq. meter 1602 USD
Buying a home Apartment not in the center 1 sq. meter 1450 USD
Salary Average salary after taxes 1 month 1 546 USD
Mortgage Interest rate 1 year 4.90%

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Weather, climate, temperature monthly in Puerto Rico

Season Autumn Winter Spring Summer
Month Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug
Average maximum °C 32 32 31 29 29 29 30 30 31 32 32 32 31
Average temperature °C 27 27 26 24 24 24 24 25 26 27 27 27 26
Average minimum °C 22 22 21 19 19 18 19 20 21 22 22 22 21
Rain Days 9 9 10 10 9 7 6 7 9 8 10 9 102
Storm Days 5 5 2 1 0 0 0 1 3 3 3 4 26
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