Museo de Raíz Africana
Housed in the 18th-century Casa de los Contrafuertes (House of Buttresses) on Plaza de San José, this compact museum displays masks,...
Museo de Casals
On Plaza de San José is the Museo de Casals. A native of Spain’s proud but repressed province of Catalonia, world-famous cellist Pablo...
Museo de San Juan
Located in a Spanish colonial building at the corner of Calle MacArthur, the Museo de San Juan is the definitive take on the city’s...
Café Hijos de Borinquen
Gotta wedge your way in on weekend nights. DJs, acoustic guitars, sing-a-long sets and even a bit of patriotic fervor as the clock hand...
El Patio de Sam
This legendary Old Town staple overlooks San Juan’s oldest square and a statue of Ponce de León, who looks on jealously as drinkers down...
Lonely Planet review
Very popular with foodies and martini drinkers, trendy Barú mixes it up with the artful use of ingredients such as passion fruit, mango and yams. Dishes include ‘yuccafongo’ (yucca made like a mofongo ) with shrimp, pork ribs with ginger tamarind sauce and risotto with shitakes and goat cheese.