Places to Try in Puerto Rico

One of the Caribbean’s most popular and convenient destination is Puerto Rico.  It is easy to fly there from the mainland and you don’t need a passport.  If you are merely looking for a fun stroll, San Juan’s Old Town is a great option, but there are a lot more things to do other places as well.

oAaron Stewart Home

If you are looking for souvenirs that anyone will love, visit this home that was created by a pair of folks originally from New York.  Their specialties range from ceramics to brightly printed pillows.


This small hole-in-the-wall place serves local foods such as steak and rice egg rolls and porchetta, ricotta, and tomato on brioche toast.  Don’t miss this little place that is beside a gas station.

Condado Vanderbilt

The Condado Vanderbilt is a Spanish Revival-style building boasting 319 rooms.  There is a great restaurant there, 1919, and a beautiful beach.

Olive Boutique Hotel

This small, 15 room place, has a Soho House style rooftop club. You should definitely order the yuca gnocchi there!

Jose Enrique

Last, but not least, give this place a try!  Jose Enrique won a James Beard Award with it’s dishes like grilled mahimahi and delicious fish fritters.

No matter your favorite foods, you will find something for everyone’s taste buds.