Av. de Diego Puerto Nuevo, San Juan, 00927, Puerto Rico
Avenida de Diego Puerto Nuevo San Juan PR
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 12:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Jorge Rivera-Surillo said 4 years ago
Great place!! Very friendly staff and reasonably priced! Please try the Volcano burger and experience by itself!!!
Juan Morales said 4 years ago
The place have a good service, is not a family. Is right in front of a very transited avenue, so if you go for lunch all you're going to hear is car horns and the smoke smell all over. This is perfect for hang outs with a great options of liquor and burgers. The burgers taste good and comes with fries. Since its in open area you're gonna have yo fight some flys and "changos". Overall the place its nice for drinking and eating with friends and having a good time with good music.
Bethzaida Rivera said 4 years ago
The meat is so juicy and the flavor is out of this world!
Carlos Vargas said 4 years ago
The best place to eat hamburgers
Marco Ramos said 5 years ago
Just an OK place. Menu said many ingredients like Pepperjack cheese. Asked for it and they're no longer carrying it. Would root for the place, but the cook whipped up some story that it is hard to find. Told him it might be more expensive by the unit, but they sell it in almost all supermarkets. Cook admitted that not a lot of people asked for it and that was the real reason why they were not buying it anymore. This is the problem with locally-owned businesses: they want to earn every penny regardless of customer service. Good luck staying open!
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