Museo de Esperanza
This tiny museum , on the Strip in Esperanza, is operated by the Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust (founded in 1984 to save the...
Vieques Conservation and Historical Trust
Lazy Jack’s Pub & Pizza
The hardest-core of the malecón bars, music jams here most nights of the week. Depending on the day, you can play at an open jam,...
Bili is the recently rebranded restaurant at the Amapola Inn. Offering the island’s finest selection of vegetarian food, it’s also a...
148 Calle Flamboyán · interesting places nearby
El Quenepo information
Upscale El Quenepo has a lovely interior and an equally delectable menu. The food is catch-of-the-day fresh – a family of seven brothers supplies the seafood – and the decor is stylish. Specialties include whole Caribbean lobsters, mofongo (mashed plantains) made with breadfruit grown in the backyard and a lovely churrasco (charcoal-broiled Argentinean steak). Be sure to reserve.