Panaderia PepinBakery • Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
Try the mallorcas and 'pan de piquito'!!
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The largest shopping center in Puerto Rico. Parking can be problematic on weekends. Problem solved paying $6 for valet parking.
There are three security checkpoints at the airport. All terminals are interconnected so head to the least congested. There are limited dinning options inside the terminal.
Service and food is very good! Trendy and reasonable prices for this popular Asian bistro in the heart of Condado.
The best beach in San Juan! Bring your own drinks, chairs and umbrella. Lots of security on the weekends. Come early as it gets packed weekend afternoons. If you want to have lunch head to Pamelas
A traditional spanish/puertorrican 'panadería'. Visited in 2011 by President Obama (ordered the medianoche and a bottle of water). Great place for breakfast or lunch or just read with a nice coffee
One of San Juan finest steak houses. Reservations are a must. You can reserve a table via OpenTable. Steaks are great. Try the tuna tartare! Desert cookies are a must!
For more than 30 years this pizza joint is probably one of San Juan favorite. Busy on the weekends service can be spotty. Still pizza is great. Don't forget to try the sangría.
Try the specialty sushi at this favorite sushi/bar lounge. The Henry and Amada rolls won't disappoint.
If you are looking for great local food this is it. Great quality and very reasonable prices. Awesome view of Old San Juan and right next to the ferry terminal.
Try Tuna Tartare, Chicken Potstickers and Veal Chicharrones appetizers. Come hungry as entree portions are huge (sharing!) Great wine selection at this busy San Juan restaurant. Power lunch place.
Fresh local fish is one of their specialties. Try the salmon chicharrones (fried salmon) with spicy mayo sauce! If you want to try local food with an upscale quality this is the place to go!