355 Calle Antonio Mellado, Vieques, 00765, Puerto Rico
355 Calle Antonio Mellado Vieques PR
Cafe, Bar, Restaurant, Food, Store
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zack worrell said 5 years ago
Crappy cup of coffee and horrible service by the guy with red hair. He needs a vacation apparently and fails to recognize his customers pay his wages and rent. I work within the food/culinary industry so I have a clear understanding of good and bad service
Spencer Brown said 5 years ago
Nice place and owner! Thanks for the wifi!!
Chad Corl said 5 years ago
We walked in sat down but had to wait a while until anyone came to take our orders. The food seemed to take a while for just being breakfast sandwiches, and one was burnt. The prices were a little high but not crazy.
Michelle Pastor said 5 years ago
Great food and atmosphere. Friendly and inviting.
Bobb Bittner said 6 years ago
We ate breakfast here both days we were on Vieques. Good food, reasonable prices, and comfortable seating on the patio. Bloody Mary was strong and delicious.
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