Find out what Steakhouse restaurants to try in San Juan. The festive city of San Juan is the perfect place to experience true Puerto Rican culture. Get to know its roots by exploring the vibrant neighborhood of El Viejo San Juan (Old San Juan), which consists mostly of Spanish colonial buildings. Flesh out your self-guided history lesson with a visit to El Castillo San Felipe del Morro, a 16th century citadel that’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then reward yourself with a cooling dip at Luquillo or Carolina Beach, then a tasty tour of the Bacardi rum plant.
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4 based on 3602 reviews
Located in Old San Juan, just one block from La Fortaleza, the restaurant has been catering to tourist and locals for over 40 years in the old city. The surrounding beauty of a colonial building over two centuries old with an interior courtyard and magnif
When you are in San Juan you MUST make a point of stopping at Barrachina Restaurant for one (or more) of their world renown Pina Coladas! Rumor is they originated the drink here & they are delicious! Normally, I care for Pina Coladas but these were sooo good I had several! We did not eat here but the place is so full of old world charm, next trip we will plan ahead so we can dine here, too. The atmosphere is like stepping back into old San Juan with a courtyard so quaint & charming! It's not a rumor, Barrachina is the birthplace of the famous PiÃ±a Colada! We are happy that you loved our PiÃ±a Colada. We hope to see you again soon and that you have the opportunity to taste our delicious cuisine.
5 based on 58 reviews
Appetizer: tuna is good. Meat: we ordered a dry age porterhouse. Excellent quality of the cut. However, the porterhouse was half burned. I give 3 stars because for what you pay you simply cannot burn a dry age and if you burn it you should change it. Good variety of wines. Saludos... Mi nombre es Luis y soy el Chef del restaurante. Usted tiene toda la razon. Ningun corte, en especial los dryage pueden llegar a la mesa "burn". Es inaceptable para el Granero. Pq aun cuando ea el estilo de muchos Steakhouse, no es el estilo nuestro. Gracias por reconocer la calidad del producto. Noa disculpamos por la situaciÃ³n y le pido nos de una oportunidad de rectificar el descuido incurrido. SiÃ©ntase libre de escribirme. Le esperamos pronto.
4 based on 595 reviews
Traveled from the Condado in traffic looking forward to a great meal. Not to be had. Appetizer crab cake stack was ok. Before we were finished our main course was brought out. The steak was on a small cafeteria plate, no garnish and swimming in butter. A good steak doesnât need butter. The crab cakes were on a similar plate no garnish and not that good. No decaf coffee available. We were then given a $200 bill. $50 for taxis.Total time in restaurant, 40 minutes. Waitress was nice. Return-NEVER Not the chainâs usual high standards.
4 based on 308 reviews
Cayo Blanco Restaurant in the heart of Condado in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Serve local caribbean seafood and steaks. Great Cocktails and attractive ambience.
So much good about this restaurant! Great service and thehe food was truly excellent; extremely fresh seafood. The drinks, though... oh, so sweet. One cocktail was too much for me, but the food and service more than made up for this. Great location and highly recommended by our hotel concierge. Well done
4 based on 180 reviews
Visited for Saturday night dinner after several recommendations from friends. We had no reservation and were promptly seated. The place has a nice ambiance, it has vibe but it is not loud. We ordered a pork belly chicharron appetizer that were awesome! Crisp, tender and flavorful. We got a bottle of wine as well. They have a pretty decent and fairly priced wine list. For dinner I had the small plain beef filet my fried had the skirt steak and we ordered two sides to share mushroom and truffle mac and cheese. The filet was perfectly cooked, tender and juicy. The skirt steak was a bit undercooked but great anyway. The mac and cheese was to die for. Probably the best I have had. The mushrooms were had an off taste. For dessert we had the guava and cheese napoleon that was very good. Our meal was served very promptly and our server was very attentive. Prices are very reasonable for the quality. All in all, it was great. Would recommend in a heartbeat.
4 based on 603 reviews
Iâve been to Fogos before just different locations. I had two people with me that this was their first time... if you havenât been to one.. donât order appetizers.. they bring meat, meat, more meat. The service here was top notch. They constantly check on you and ask if there is anything you want. The cuts of meat were delicious and juicy. The salad bar was fresh. Everyone was very friendly. They take reservations also. Some might say pricey. But keep in mind this is a nice steakhouse that serves you every cut of beef as well as many other options in one seating.
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