Puerto Rico Restaurant Week Returns!

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week 2016

Diners rejoice!  Puerto Rico Restaurant Week returns for the fifth year in a row.  Starting tomorrow, the best chefs in Puerto Rico will offer exclusive menus at a fixed price.  While some restaurants will tote out some of their best known dishes, others will take this chance to showcase specials filled with whimsy and local ingredients.  Lunch menus include two or three courses for $20.00 and dinner experiences consist of at least three courses for $28 or $38 per person.

The participating restaurants this year include:

1041 Gastronomía de Barrio
1919
Asere
Bistro de Paris
BLT Steak
ChocoBar
CasaBlanca
Casita Miramar
Cocina Abierta
Fogo de Chao
Gallo Negro
il Nuovo Perugino
Kona Grill
L’Osteria
Mist
Morton’s the Steakhouse
Nonna
Oceano
Papillon
Perla
Serafina
Sophie’s
Yantar
Zest

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week 2016

A Puerto Rico Restaurant Week menu for everyone…

We took our time looking into every restaurant’s offer and decided there is definitely something for everyone in this year’s edition.  Here are some of our picks:

For the Big Date Night

Il Nuovo Perugino

1919

Perla

Yantar 

For the Family

ChocoBar

Casita Miramar

Nonna

Kona Grill

For a Business Dinner

Morton’s

L’Osteria

Sophie’s

For Friends Night Out

Gallo Negro

Zest

1041 Gastronomia de Barrio

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week

#DineOutPR

We would love to see you enjoy your Puerto Rico Restaurant Week outings!  Take pictures and tag them with #DineOutPR in all your favorite social media apps.  We will be scrolling through those Instagram and Twitter feeds to see all the tantalizing dishes you pick.  Let’s keep the conversation going – make sure to tag @greatfood360 as well so we can share in the fun.

Buen provecho!  For more information visit www.prrestaurantweek.com.  Like their Facebook page to stay up to date on all things #DineOutPR.

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Author:Adriana

Adriana is a financial analyst by day, avid home cook in the evenings, and food blogger and runner in the strange hours between those two. When not in the kitchen concocting meals and stories to pass around, she is out looking for the next great bite (or the ingredients to make it at home), checking what's new at the market, or planning a trip around great food and wine.

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