251 Calle Recinto Sur, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico
251 Calle Recinto Sur San Juan PR
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Fernando Fernandez said 5 years ago
Good food and entertainment. Event salsa classes some nights. Paella is amazing
mohamed taman said 7 years ago
Great atmosphere. Food was great prices are not bad at all. Bartender was awesome. The manager of the resturant actually sat next to us and had a great conversation about sports and where we're from. Live music band made it interesting Definitely recommend to come here. 6/10/14
Kyle Unfus said 5 years ago
Good food,good service and great live music. A fun little find!
Oz Fox said 6 years ago
Awesome food! Awesome entertainment! Checked out the Vault Bar downstairs. A must see!
Richard Dowdell said 7 years ago
Had to try the pina colada here since it was supposedly created in Puerto Rico. They were great, my wife says the best she has ever had. The dancing was fun to watch, music exceptional Our bartender Monica was friendly and even let me leave my wife for ransom until I returned from the ship with more money, since we had lost track of our funds from the days spending. We were to be back by 9:30 made it about 9:15pm, the ship was to embark at 10:00pm we set sail at 9:50. I don't want to cut it that close again but it was worth it. I took a credit card with me at each of the next ports.
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