Restaurants in pinones puerto rico: THE 10 BEST Restaurants Near Pinones in Puerto Rico, Caribbean

Food Trails and Culinary Adventures in Puerto Rico

Sampling locally grown coffee is a perk of traveling to Puerto Rico.

Food-centric road trips around the Island — perfect for the wandering gourmand or any hungry traveler.

San Juan is a bonafide foodie destination, packed with world-class restaurants and bars, food parks like Lote 23 and the Miramar Food Truck Park, the famous Placita de Santurce, and the latest gastronomic enclave, Distrito T-Mobile. But when you leave the metro area, that’s where your culinary adventure really begins.

Visit coffee haciendas in the mountains, try fried fritters by the beach chased with a cold beer, make your own cheese in a town that has more cows than people — these are just a few of the culinary experiences you’ll find in Puerto Rico. Whether you’re looking for pork, rum, or fresh seafood, the best way to find it is to hop in a car and hit the road (or enjoy a local food tour).

Lote 23 is an outdoor food park, where flavor and deliciousness are king.

Salty and crispy, “Bacalaítos” are mouthwatering cod and flour fritters.

There’s rum and then there’s the award-winning Ron de Barrilito.

Welcome to Puerto Rico, where pork highways are a thing.

In Puerto Rico, there’s no shortness of strong coffee.

Enjoy the modern side of Puerto Rican cuisine at Distrito T-Mobile.

Guavate is well known for its lechoneras, outdoor eateries specializing in slow-roasted pork.

Guavate, «The Pork Highway»

PR-184, Cayey

Just off highway PR-52, about 40 minutes from San Juan heading south, you take exit 32 and follow the road that snakes its way up the mountains of Cayey. When you hear the sounds of live salsa music and smell garlic and pork fill the air, then you’ve arrived in Guavate, “the pork highway.”

This stretch of road is lined by dozens of lechoneras, open-air restaurants specializing in slow-roasted whole pork, a Puerto Rican gastronomic legacy. Locals often make a day trip out of visiting Guavate, ordering several pounds of juicy pork with crunchy cuerito (crispy skin) that servers roughly chop with a machete in front of you. The main course is accompanied by generous portions of yuca al mojo, tostones, arroz con gandules, or whatever Puerto Rican side dish is your favorite. The more daring can also order some cuajito (stewed pig stomach) and morcilla (blood sausage).

Everyone has their favorite lechonera, but some of the most famous are Los Pinos, Lechonera El Rancho Original and El Nuevo Rancho, and Los Amigos, next to Café Prieto, a gorgeous coffee shop that serves both local coffee and craft beers.

Discover more of the Pork Highway here

The Puerto Rican longaniza at Restaurante La Sombra is worth the wait!

Ruta de la Longaniza

PR-155 and PR-156, Orocovis

Longaniza is an intensely flavorful, slightly spicy sausage, made from pork or chicken (sometimes a mix), served chopped up on a platter with a side of tostones, cooked into the rice, or stuffed into a mofongo. And the best place to find longaniza is Orocovis, a small rural town boasting some of the most spectacular views of Puerto Rico’s central mountain range.

La Ruta de la Longaniza (the Longaniza Route) winds along the PR-155 and PR-156 roads, and it’s the ideal scenario for a little weekend chinchorreo (the Puerto Rican version of bar-hopping). You start early, and throughout the day, you stop at different rustic open-air restaurants, called chinchorros, order drinks and a platter of longaniza along with different fried foods like alcapurrias (root vegetable fritters stuffed with meat), empanadillas (deep-fried empanadas), and rellenos (balls of mashed potatoes stuffed with ground beef) to share, then move on to the next place.

There are 16 restaurants along the route including Bar Restaurante La Sombra, Los Naranjos, Roka Dura, and Doña María. Not officially on the route but also worth the visit is Casa Bavaria, a beer garden serving Puerto Rican and German sausages and beers. Remember to pick a designated driver!

While in Orocovis, be sure to check out Toro Verde

Piñones is a great place to grab delicious authentic Puerto Rican street food. 

PR-3, Luquillo

If you’d rather do a chinchorreo next to the beach, head east to the town of Luquillo (just past El Yunque rainforest) for a stop at the famous Luquillo Kiosks. This is a strip of about 60 restaurants and shops ranging from open-air chinchorros to more sit-down places serving traditional Puerto Rican food (especially fresh local seafood), Peruvian, Colombian, or Argentinean cuisine, burgers, pizza, or cocktails. Many of the kiosks have a view of the beach and on weekends there is often live Latin music. Right next door is one of the most beautiful beaches in Puerto Rico, Balneario La Monserrate.

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PR-187, Loíza

Piñones is another excellent alternative for some beachside fried-food indulgence. Piñones is the coastal part of the town of Loíza, composed of dozens of kiosks selling fritters, skewered meat, and fresh fruit shakes.

El Boricua, one of the most famous kiosks lies on the far side of Piñones. Fritters are thrown into the fryer just as you order them, so they take a little longer to be ready, but the wait is worth it for the amazing flavor and freshness. Also, the portions are enormous. Other popular kiosks include La Comay, Donde Olga, and K’rajo Beach Bar, which was rebuilt on the reality show “Bar Rescue” after Hurricane Maria destroyed it. Aside from food, there is also a boardwalk that meanders through the mangrove forest, perfect for a leisurely walk or a bike ride, and Aviones beach, basically a giant tide pool created by volcanic rock formations.

Traveling solo? Check out this itinerary for first time visitors 

Processing coffee beans at Hacienda Muñoz

Coffee Haciendas

Various municipalities

Coffee is a huge part of Puerto Rican culture. Over the past few years, many coffee haciendas have opened to the public, offering tours of the farm and taking visitors through the production process from seed to cup. Many also have very good restaurants and coffee shops — some will even have cabins to stay in overnight. Visiting these coffee farms requires a drive into the mountains on roads that are often narrow and winding, but your reward will be spectacular views of the rows of coffee plants stretching along the hills, breathing in the pristine air, and the overall tranquility of the scenery… not to mention the coffee.

Some of the plantations that you can visit include Hacienda San Pedro (Jayuya), Hacienda Muñoz (San Lorenzo), Hacienda Lealtad (Lares), Hacienda Pomarrosa (Ponce), Hacienda Tres Angeles (Adjuntas), and if you’d like to learn about the history of coffee in Puerto Rico visit Museo del Café (Coffee Museum) in Ciales. Make sure to call ahead since some haciendas require a reservation in order to visit them.

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PR-493 km 0.2 Bo. Carrizales, Hatillo

This is the perfect road trip if you want to make your own cheese. Vaca Negra is a specialty dairy manufacturing aged cheeses and artisanal yogurts using locally sourced milk. Their tour will give you an overview of the Island’s dairy industry, a generous sampling of some of their cheeses, and finally a workshop where you’ll actually get to make your own cheese. It’s a unique experience in a beautiful stretch of countryside in Hatillo, where the welcome sign lists both the human and bovine populations of the town (and the cows outnumber the people).

Casa Bacardí offers mixology classes where you can learn to make a variety of rum-based cocktails. 

Rum Distilleries

Various municipalities

Puerto Rican rum is world-famous and during your visit to the Island, you’ll get an opportunity to try it at the source. There are three distilleries on the Island that you can visit. At Casa Bacardí in Cataño, they receive you with a welcome cocktail and you can choose from three tours: Historic, Rum Tasting, or Mixology. Hacienda Santa Ana in Bayamón, where Ron del Barrilito is produced, now receives visitors, but reservations are required in advance. For the more adventurous, there’s PitoRico in Jayuya, a distillery that produces a type of moonshine called pitorro which comes in a variety of flavors. For some local rum history, visit the Serrallés Castle Museum in Ponce, former home of the Serrallés family, producers of Don Q rum.

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HOOK’D PROVIDES SEASIDE dining at its best.

For the curious eater who wants to have the ultimate cultural experience while enjoying local fresh seafood, eats and drinks in a beachfront bar and restaurant with relaxed, cool & comforting ambiance. Come check out our 1st floor bar and restaurant, ample second-floor deck with oceanfront seating, and our full-service beach chillout area.

 

Fresh seafood, tropical local inspired dishes with a Pacific twist. Freshly made juices, frappes, mocktails, and cocktails. Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free friendly. In-house entertainment and events, come to eat, stay to play!

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Flavorful Fusions

Unexpected and Enticing flavors

Be transported by the creations of our talented chefs, using the freshest ingredients (local and exotic) to create exciting culinary fusions and unforgettable dishes. We have a variety of vegetarian and vegan options to please all guests.

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You’ll Love the sandy atmosphere

Relax and enjoy the view after an intense surfing session or after an invigorating therapy at Heal’d. Our guests love the calming effect of the waves and the sunny ambiance at our venue, the perfect complements to our yummy dishes.

Make way for fun

So much to do, so little time

Dining is just one of the many things to do at Drift. Bring a friend and enjoy the incredible amenities at the venue before or after dinner, or get together for a private brunch. We also have awesome happy hour events and lots of special gatherings for VIPs.

Starters

  • Black Bean Fondue, Melted Aged White Cheddar and Salsa Verde with Crispy Root Chips ?
  • Salmon Tiradito with Passionfruit Ceviche Sauce, Tobiko, Red Onion, and Cilantro
  • Bonito Glazed Shrimp with Crispy Leek Salad and Lemon Crisps
  • Sriracha Glazed Wings with Tamarind and Toasted Sesame Seeds
  • Crab + Lobster Roll with Yuzu Aioli, Minced Celery, and Shallots on a Toasted Potato Roll
  • Quinoa Tabbouleh with Tomato, Cucumber, Parsley, Avocado and Citrus Vinaigrette ?
  • Roast Chicken with Napa Cabbage, Bean Sprouts, Carrots, Banana and Miso Ginger Dressing (Optional) ?
  • Daily Dumpling, Pot Stickers, Shu Mai, Hargow, Dim Sum Style Dumplings

Entrées

  • Crispy Whole (deboned) Local Snapper with Pickled Jalapeno and Dipping Sauce
  • Prime Angus Blend House Burger (with Grilled Pineapple, Bacon, Spicy Mayo and Crushed Chips)
  • Boneless Half Roasted Chicken with Roast Root Vegetables, Rosemary and White Truffle Oil
  • Steak Tataki with Schezuan Style Sauce and Crispy Spinach
  • Butter Baked or Stuffed Local Lobster
  • Caldo Santo (Traditional Loiza Style Fish and Coconut Stew)
  • Amarillo Butter Seared Gnocchi Tossed with Sage Cheese Cream Sauce ?
  • Veggie Burger (made with Chickpeas, Veggies, Spinach and Avocado) with Citrus Aioli on a Toasted Brioche Bun ?
  • Truffle Sweet Potato Fries ?
  • Baked Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
  • Chinese Sweet Sausage and Garlic Fried Rice (with Scallions, Bean Sprouts and Toasted Sesame)
  • Ripe Avocado, Cucumber and Tomato with Extra Virgin Oil, Lime and Himalayan Salt ?
  • House Root Vegetable Chips ?

Desserts

  • Coconut Majarete Inside Pineapple (To Share)?
  • Lime Meringue Bomb with Pistachio Cardamom Ice cream
  • Goat Cheese Mousse and Guava Berry Sherbet
  • Flourless Chocolate Cake with Hazelnut and Passionfruit Ice Cream

GET HOOK’D

Walk-ins are most welcome, or you may reserve your table today and see what all the fuss is about at the hottest new beachfront restaurant in Puerto Rico. Our awesome team is eager to meet and welcome you to your new favorite foodie spot.

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Our beautiful ample bar & cozy indoor dining room, 2nd floor roofed oceanfront deck, and open-air mezzanine can be configured to fit your specific needs. We also offer full restaurant buy-outs.

 

  • Indoor Bar & dinning room: 36pp seated capacity, 60pp standing, 18pp bar
  • Oceanfront Deck: 75pp seated, 150pp standing.
  • Mezzanine: 25 pp standing.

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We currently serve a daily menu that transitions perfectly from casual beach to dinner.

  • Thursday 5pm – 10pm
  • Friday 5pm – 11pm
  • Saturday 11am – 11pm
  • Sunday 11am – 10pm

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We offer PRIX-FIXE menu, Brunch Menu, Hors D’oeuvres and Open Bar Packages.  Special all-inclusive packages for Corporate and Private Events.

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Tastes, sights and sounds come together with our immersive offerings:

DIY Mojito & Ceviche

2 hrs

Mojito and ceviche are a match made in tropical heaven! Make your own, both from scratch using the freshest local ingredients overlooking our amazing sunset beach view. Check in our HOOK’D restaurant 10 minutes prior. From there, you’ll be guided to our oceanfront deck for your DIY mojito experience. In it, you’ll become your own bartender, guided by our in-house mixologist, who will give a masterclass on flavor and teach various techniques using different fruits and premium rums. Our Chef will teach you how to make the perfect ceviche, just add your own twist to it using our fresh ingredients. Here’s what’s included:

 

  • DIY Mojito Class
  • DIY Ceviche Class
  • Ingredients

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Taste of Loiza

2.

5 hrs

Learn how to BOMBA! Bomba is an Afro-Puerto Rican dance born in Loiza, full of flavor and energy, just like our yummy food. After a fun dance lesson, enjoy a tasting of Loiza’s traditional food with some elevated twists. Make sure to check in 10 minutes prior to your appointment time at HOOK’D restaurant, where you’ll be guided to our oceanfront deck. Guests will first enjoy a group workshop with local professional bomba musicians and dancers, followed by an assortment of homemade traditional Piñones fritters, local fish stew and coconut inspired dishes. Here’s what’s included:

 

  • Bomba class
  • Food Tasting
  • 1 House drink

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The relaxed atmosphere, beautiful backdrop and intimate setting at Drift make it the perfect selection for a destination wedding, corporate gathering or special event. Find out more about our Venue Reservation Menu and make your next event an unforgettable seaside engagement.

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90,000 PINONES, Puerto Rico: Best Tips before visiting

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216 reviews

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Stanley P

3 Publications

Do Pinones! It’s 10 minutes from the airport

Sept. 2022

Many good restaurants, bars and places to hang out. It’s close to San Juan and right next to the airport. It’s a must-do even if just to drink a cold beer and chill for an hour or two before or after your flight.

Published September 30, 2022

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CoffeeFoodAdventures

New Jersey37 publications

GO TO PINONES

Sept. 2022 • For two

Do yourself a favor and take the ride into pinones. If your off season do it on the weekend as most kiosks will be closed.

Bike rental. There is a place called copi the woman is really unfriendly and the bikes suck (lack of better word) but the trail is amazing. Gorgeous views. Bring bug spray. A lot of it. Watch out for the busted parts of the boardwalk.

The area seemed safe at all times I was there and I had no worries. No Uber signals so you do have to walk (a little) out towards San Juan which also was fairly safe (there’s a path) and we stopped at the ocean lab brewery for a beer and a bite before walking the rest of the way into San Juan. Our preference, we enjoyed the walk. You may not if you don’t like long walks.

Beach is beautiful but not swimable IMO a little rough, and no one was in the water.

Food. Lots of fried foods.

Published September 9, 2022

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Bernadette P

New York, NY28 publications

Great place to walk

Aug. 2022

I was here back in 2018 and could not remember what spot I went to but I discovered this time around Aug 2022 that this is a very long strip- We went to Dona Olg’s for some food- It was very good. I soon found out the name of the place I was really looking for but will visit again next yr.

Published September 7, 2022

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romadaro

Washington, DC1,442 publications

Great Vibes and Lots of Local Flavor

July 2022

But, it’s definitely a gathering place for the local community with lots of great vibes, music, fun and food. It’s a great place to see and be seen and I highly recommend stopping by.

Published July 12, 2022

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Kathy G

New York166 publications

Super great!

June 2022 • Family vacation

Loved the atmosphere, the people, the beach, the food, prices, location and easy parking!!!! Everything was so perfect each time we went during our vacation that we kept going back. It was me me, hubby and 2 kids. Beach with no waves, super clean, clear water! You can buy food, piña coladas and other drinks walking distance! It felt secure and amazing! We wanted chairs ($5 each) and umbrella ($10) for the whole day (closes at 5pm on weekdays) can’t wait to go back!!! It was about 10 mins in car from the Caribe Hilton hotel.

Published July 3, 2022

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Allison J

7 publications

Pinones with kids weekday

June 2022 • Family vacation

We took the 53 bus from Isla Verde. Very easy, but you need 75cents in change for everyone over 3. We walked the boardwalk and saw some interesting wildlife. That landed us at an empty beach that was beautiful. We weren’t sure about swimming there, so we walked back to the area near the kiosks. We swam in the protected water, which was great for kids. We got tons of fried treats at the kiosks, which were delicious.

Published June 28, 2022

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Traveler634490

1 publication

Cold coconut to start the day.

June 2022 • With friends

The beaches have mostly free parking the bigger beaches have chairs long ones and umbrellas to rent. Food was everywhere .. most places take cash only.

Published June 16, 2022

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Conociendo Mundo

Medina del Campo, Spain224 Publications

Playas salvajes y kioskos con ambiente
Nosotros caminamos desde Isla Verde (nos gusta andar bastante) y es un camino muy bonito, por que ves toda la zona de principio a fin. Los kioskos hay de todo, pero en general está muy animado y es muy pintoresco.

Published May 18, 2022

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sanju_222323

New Jersey13,397 posts

good but not for swimming areas. Some beaches are quite nice, others are rocky. windy and rough waves. so these beaches are not known for swimming.

but hey, this area is known for its food. Here you will find the best Alcapurrias, Bacalaito, and other local foods.
Piñones is the area that surrounds the PR-187 from Carolina to Loíza — a sandy road that is replete with restaurants and chinchorros, bordered by the Piñones State Forest on the south and the Atlantic Ocean on the north

Sundays are the busiest and most interesting days to go to Piñones since most kiosks are open. Locals prefer this area and tourists prefer San Juan. finding parking can be tough on weekends.

Published March 25, 2022

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C2428SBbenjaminl

Boston, MA451 publication

Great Island experience

March 2022 • Family vacation

Must visit if you’re in Puerto Rico. Not only are the views of the beach and coastline landscape beautiful, the food is the Best and true to Puerto Rican cuisine. A bunch of little holes in the wall snack shacks and bars in a row. So much better than the tourist traps in San Juan. Definitely visit. Hang out, enjoy the food, music and drinks

Published March 11, 2022

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  • Carretera 187 Km 5.2, 00772 Pinones, Puerto Rico

    Excellent location — 9.0 out of 10! (based on 57, reviews)

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    Just 7 km from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport, Beach Club Guest House is located in the small village of Lois, on the seafront. It features an outdoor pool and a terrace overlooking the garden.

    Guests can walk along the 10 km boardwalk along the coast, where they can find beaches, restaurants and bike rentals.

    All apartments feature a queen-size bed, a full kitchen and a flat-screen TV. Free Wi-Fi and covered parking are also available.

    San Juan city center is less than 16 km from the guest house, while El Yunque National Park is 40 km away.

    Couples especially like the location — they rated accommodation in the area for a trip as a couple at 8.8 .

    The Beach Guesthouse has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Aug 2, 2019 2011.

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      Junior suite with private balcony. The room can accommodate 2 or 3 people.

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    The Beach Club Guest House is the perfect place for your vacation in Puerto Rico. Our goal is to offer you a relax and secure atmosphere. We count with apartments of one bedroom and two bedrooms for 2 up to 6 guests. They are equipped with a queen size bed, kitchen (refrigerator, stove, coffeepot, microwave and utensils), TV/Cable, A/C, free parking. Facilities include free WiFi.

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    We are located in Pinones, Puerto Rico, at 1.5 mile form the international airport Luis Munoz Marin, and other tourist attractions in Isla Verde. Piñones is a neighborhood part of Loiza. Famous for the local restaurants along PR-187 Road, where you can eat mofongo, pinchos, sea food, alcapurrias, bacalaitos and more. Also you will find an 11 mile boardwalk between the beach and mangrove. During weekends you will see more visitors in the area. Locals love to visit and enjoy a good beer, dinner and music.
    In Isla Verde and Condado guests can find car rentals, tours, restaurants, bars, night clubs and casinos.

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    • View of the courtyard

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    • Garden furniture

    • Beach (first line)

    • Outdoor dining area

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    • Flat screen TV

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    Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

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    Free private parking on site (reservation not needed) .

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    A security deposit of USD 350 is required upon check-in. This is approximately 336.23 EUR. Payment is made by bank card. You will receive the deposited amount within 7 days. After checking the condition of the accommodation, the deposit will be fully returned to your bank card.

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    Children of all ages are welcome.

    Children aged 2 and over are considered adults at this property.

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    Minimum age to enter: 21 years old

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