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Billy Bernhard said 5 years ago
Incredible atmosphere! If you love sports you will be blown away by their sports museum they have that gives honor to many sports legends and more importantly the legends from Puerto Rico! The food is great and the drinks! Great place to catch a game, to hang with the family, and your friends. If you live in Puerto Rico I highly recommend this place and if your visiting Puerto Rico this place will truly help you understand Puerto Rico even more!
José Armando Ortiz said 5 years ago
Great Puerto Rican Sport history, lots of Roger Clements stuff
Edwin Santiago said 6 years ago
It is a great place, a Coliseum full of sports memorabilia, big and good burguers. We had chicken pasta, double burguers, kids burguers and mofongo with churrasco. The chicken pasta had a good flavor, but the pasta had a chunk of raw pasta. The double burguers was ordered with mayo, BBQ sauce, lettuce and tomato..... It came just with cheese and beef.... The mofongo was a little bit under seasoned The kid burguers came 30 minutes after the rest of the order....and the burguers came RAW, the bread was soaked with bleed... Bad customer service, specially from the manager....not even an apology So....the 2 points are for the place, not the food. Bad experience....and I changed Chili's for this....
Miguel X. Vargas Rivera said 5 years ago
You are going to love the sports museum.
Carlos Lopez said 4 years ago
Gran lugar con excelente memorabilia de grandes deportistas, ademas tienen un variado menù que va desde aperitivos, pastas, burgers hasta platos principales con sus respectivos "sports names"
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