km 1.7, PR-152, Barranquitas 00705, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico 152 PR
Saturday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Gabriel Soto said 4 years ago
Good service! Cold beer 🍻
Angel Flores said 4 years ago
Great food, and awesome live music.
JAVI2059 said 4 years ago
Very clean, good service
Fiamma Giger said 5 years ago
The food here was amazing and the service was great! I had the fish tacos tapas which was two tacos with fried fish and cabbage and my boyfriend had the beef tacos tapas (2 tacos). The beef tacos tapas had a lot of flavor with unique spices and the white fish in the tacos was fresh and naturally buttery and the fried batter was flavorful as well- not just greasy flavor. Two tacos each were plenty for us since we had a large lunch. For drinks I'd recommend the mojito classico or a piña colada which were decent. The atmosphere was pleasant and the woman who owns the location personally served us and made sure we were well taken care of. Prices were amazing! $6 for each tapas plate and around $6 per drink. Very happy we choose to eat here.
Myriam Lugo said 4 years ago
Excelente. La comida, la atención, la música, el local, la limpieza en los baños. Todo
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