San Juan

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Marmalade Restaurant & Wine Bar
9
$$$
Caribbean
5 reviews
His fare is best experienced through the changing tasting menus with wine pairings. Groups can travel on a 15-course journey. — Frommer's
Jose Enrique
8
$$
Latin
3 reviews
The menu, on an eraser board, changes all the time, but crab fitters are a staple, as is the whole fried yellowtail snapper served over a root mash with avocado and papaya salsa. — Fodor's
El Jibarito
8
$$
Italian
3 reviews
The menus are handwritten and the tables wobble, but sanjuaneros have favored this casual, no-frills, family-run restaurant for years. — Fodor's
Verde Mesa
8
$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
2 reviews
Healthy eating is the focus here, but you likely won’t be concentrating on that as you tuck in to the refined, toothsome food prepared here. — Frommer's
Tasca El Pescador
8
$$
Latin
4 reviews
This small, always-packed restaurant across the street from the Santurce Plaza del Mercado has the best fresh seafood in the city. — Frommer's
La Mallorquina
8
$$
Latin
4 reviews
A must for historically minded food buffs, or food-minded history buffs, La Mallorquina is the grande dame of Old San Juan eateries. — Lonely Planet
Santaella
8
$$$
Latin
2 reviews
Chef Santaella fuses local and international ingredients to perfectly execute Puerto Rican nouvelle cuisine. The menu is dominated by tapas, which you can easily make into a meal. — Fodor's
The Parrot Club
8
$$
Seafood
4 reviews
Among the stars of the menu here are passion fruit cocktails, plantain crusted mahi mahi and the restaurant’s wildly delicious burger, topped with the main ingredients of a Cubano sandwich. — Frommer's
Raices
8
$$
4 reviews
The mofongo, the beloved national meal—essentially a mountain of pounded, garlic-enriched plantains with a bubbly center of chorizo, beef, shrimp, or chicken—is served, rich and juicy. — Concierge
Cafetería Mallorca
8
$
Latin
3 reviews
The specialty at this old-fashioned, 1950s-style diner is the mallorca, a sweet pastry that's buttered, grilled, and then sprinkled with powdered sugar. — Fodor's
Trois Cent Onze
8
$$$
European
3 reviews
It may be located in San Juan, but Trois Cent Onze feels as if it was airlifted directly from France. — Concierge
Pinky's
8
$
Caribbean
3 reviews
Break free of hotel restaurants and come to Condado's popular deli-cafe for breakfasts, smoothies, sandwiches and wraps. — Lonely Planet
Via Appia
8
$$
Italian
3 reviews
This is red sauce heaven, from the clams posillipo to the sausage and peppers to the baked ziti to the linguini and clam sauce. — Frommer's
Kasalta
8
$$
Latin
3 reviews
It's little more than a coffee shop, but Kasalta serves what may be the best café con leche in the Caribbean. — Concierge
Patio del Nispero
8
$$
Latin
3 reviews
Once a convent, the boutique El Convento Hotel is home to El Patio del Nispero, its signature restaurant — Fodor's
Caficultura
8
$$
Cafe
3 reviews
One of the best cafes to open in San Juan in recent years, Caficultura prides itself both on its full coffee-bar menu and its delicious cocina de mercado. — Fodor's
Bebo's Cafe
8
$$
Spanish
3 reviews
Huge platters of delicious comida criolla are constantly streaming out of the kitchen here. — Fodor's
El Patio de Sam
8
$$
American
3 reviews
A great selection of more than 30 beers, including the locally brewed Medalla, makes this a popular "come as you are" spot. — Fodor's
Café Berlin
8
$$
Cafe
3 reviews
This central European-style cafe is housed in a comfortable room with huge glass windows overlooking the charming Plaza Colón, and there's also a sidewalk cafe in front. — Frommer's
La Bombonera
8
$$
European
3 reviews
You can't miss the stained glass and gorgeous Moorish-style tilework on the facade of this local café, which was established in 1902. In the window you'll see piles of freshly baked pastries. — Fodor's
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