Puerto Rico

Published on May 17th, 2015 | by admin


¡Que Rico! Puerto Rico Restaurant Week Returns This Month

Hungry for something tasty on the Isla del Encanto? From May 27 until June 3rd, Puerto Rico will celebrate its fourth Puerto Rico Restaurant Week.

Restaurants throughout Puerto Rico will offer pre-fixe dinner menus for $28 or $38, with options for appetizer, entrée and dessert. Several restaurants will also offer pre-fixe lunch menus for $20.

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“Puerto Rico Restaurant Week provides locals and tourists an unbeatable opportunity to visit a different restaurant every day and explore the Island’s varied culinary scene at special prices,” said Paulina Salach, co-founder of the event.

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week also promotes sustainability and the local food industry, while supporting the economy of the island.

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“For the third consecutive year, we’ve encouraged chefs to incorporate local and fresh ingredients into their dishes, working toward food sustainability in Puerto Rico,” mentioned Gustavo Antonetti, PR Restaurant Week co-founder.

The event will include more than twenty-five of the best restaurants throughout Puerto Rico in the following areas: San Juan, Santurce, Condado, Miramar, Ocean Park, Isla Verde, Hato Rey, Guaynabo and Humacao. Puerto Rico Restaurant Week takes place simultaneously in each restaurant for the duration of the event. It is the perfect opportunity to dine out and savor creative dishes at excellent prices.

Participating restaurants in Puerto rico include:

• Art D’Chocolat
• Asere
• Avocado
• Bar Gitano
• Bistro de Paris
• Blonda
• Budatai
• Buenos Ayres
• C. Bar
• Caramelo
• Casa Lola
• Casita Miramar
• Cocina Abierta
• Eighty 20 Bistro
• Gallo Negro
• Il Perugino
• La Vista Latin Grill
• Laurel
• Mango’s
• Morton’s The Steakhouse
• Nonna
• Ola
• Papillon
• Perla
• Santaella
• Sophie’s
• Zest

To participate in PR Restaurant Week please visit the event page, www.PRrestaurantweek.com, where you’ll find participating restaurants and the menus they will be offering. Reservations are necessary.

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An alliance between JetBlue and the Puerto Rico Tourism Company, along with hotel partnerships, aim to boost the economy during the low tourist season and support the mission of PRRW to continue positioning Puerto Rico as a first-class culinary destination.

Puerto Rico Restaurant Week is presented by JetBlue and produced by Kinori Group.

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