Puerto Rico Restaurant Week

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week

I love May.   It feels like a happy month: we celebrate birthdays, mothers, the beginning of school summer vacation and more laid back summer traffic.  Starting last year, I look forward to May for another reason.  Puerto Rico joins the ranks of other major metropolitan hubs and celebrates its gastronomy through Puerto Rico Restaurant Week.  For two weeks starting on May 14th,  over 40 restaurants through the island will offer 3 course prix-fixe dinner menus for $26 or $36 (not including tax, gratuity or beverages).

Last year I documented our Puerto Rico Restaurant Week adventures on Twitter.  The feedback we received from some of our followers led us to one of our favorite picks, Cocina Abierta.  Make sure to follow GreatFood360° and look out for posts tagged with #prrestweek!  We are still narrowing down our choices for this year.  It is not an easy task with such a great and long list of options.

Twitter Updates on Puerto Rico Restaurant Week

The following restaurants have been confirmed to participate in this year’s edition:

  • Alexandra at Copamarina
  • Bar Gitano
  • Bistro 606
  • Bistro de Paris
  • Blonda
  • Budatai
  • Café la Plage
  • Casa Lola
  • Casita Miramar
  • Cocina Abierta
  • di Parma
  • Di Zucchero
  • El Livin Bar & Restaurant
  • El Picoteo de Tapas
  • Jam Rum Bar & Bistro Moderne
  • La Chola
  • La Vista
  • Las Palmas at Copamarina
  • Laurel
  • LemonGrass
  • Mango’s
  • Morton’s The Steakhouse
  • Nonna Cucina Rústica
  • Oceano
  • Oliva Dieta Mediterránea
  • Papillon Bistro
  • Perla at La Concha Hotel
  • Santaella
  • Sirena
  • The Condado Cantina
  • The Garden
  • Ummo
  • Zest

Got any of these great places in your radar?  Make sure to let me know in the comments. I’ll continue sharing my favorites in the conversation.

For more information on Puerto Rico Restaurant Week, visit their official site, like their Facebook page, and follow their Twitter and Pinterest profiles.  Great Food 360° will make sure to keep you updated on their latest news and additions to the restaurant list.  

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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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