Rincon PR Dining & Nightlife Guide

restaurants in rincon prThere is an amazing assortment of dining and nightlife in and around Rincon Puerto Rico, from family-run bakeries with fresh bread and pastries, to five-star coursed meals at some of the most renowned restaurants on the island.  After the sun goes down, enjoy rum drinks and live music at a relaxed beach bar, or dance it up with Reggaeton at a local club.  Rincon nightlife and dining is some of the best on the West Coast of the island, and if you’re looking to get off the beaten path just a little bit, be sure to explore the nearby towns of Aguada and Anasco for some great local options for dining and restaurants.
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A Little More About Dining and Restaurants in Rincon…

Dining in Rincon Puerto Rico can be one of the highlights of your vacation. Be ready to experience oceanfront bars and restaurants of every sort – from laid back rum drinks and coconuts with fresh ceviche, to gourmet tapas or fresh sushi. Rincon offers a wide variety of restaurants for virtually every taste. Some new additions to the town add an international flair, offering German and Italian food or Thai cuisine, while old favorites provide hearty and traditional Puerto Rican cuisine. Nearly any time of year, you can find many options for nightlife, ranging from mellow reggae bands to late night karaoke. The bars and restaurants in Rincon are a mix of locals and visitors and give guests to this part of the island a good insight into Puerto Rican cooking and tastes. Don’t miss out on the most basic of Puerto Rican food and keep an eye out for the many pinchos stands, fruit stands and food carts along the side of the road. Some of the local favorties are served at these small stands, from pork kebobs to Italian style pizza.


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    Posted by Paul Raymond| November 14, 2011 |

    In your restaurant guide, you list the Black Eagle as The Spot at Black Eagle. It has not been The Spot for 15 months at least. The original Black Eagle has been re-opened since this summer, and features many of Bill Embree’s famous dishes, especially the fried conch. They’re serving fresh-caught fish again, too. Down by the Marina. (See El Coqui for a full-page ad).

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      Posted by adminrv| November 14, 2011 |

      Hi Paul – thanks for the catch. You’re right, I’ll change the name – sorry old habits die hard! We’ve actually had the conch and it’s pretty tasty. 🙂 Killer location to match.

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    Posted by RinconLife| April 25, 2012 |

    […] A lot of visitors probably don’t head up the hills towards Cruces or Rio Grande if they’re just in Rincon for the first time or for a short stay. To get there, look for West Coast surf shop in the Rincon plaza and take the REALLY little road that heads up the hill. (It looks like a one-way but it’s two way) Keep going for about 5 km or about 10 minutes and just keep an eye out for the bakery on the right. It’s pretty hard to miss it. If all else fails, you’ll end up taking the 414 all the way to Aguada, in which case you can head back the way you came or just head South on the 115 back to Rincon. It’s a cool drive anyways and good for visitors to experience some other neighborhoods.  Check out some more of our recommendations for restaurants Rincon PR. […]

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    Posted by RoxAnne| September 5, 2013 |

    Hi! I’m staying at the wonderful Rincon Beach Resort and am wondering if anywhere nearby would have some traditional Puerto Rican food such as léchon, tostones, pionono, or chicharonnes? Also looking for a la pirata!


    • Posted by RinconVacations| September 6, 2013 |

      Hi Roxanne,
      Close to the Rincon Beach Resort, you can try El Fogon which is located just North of the Resort on the 115 at the ‘curves’ of Rincon, which overlook the ocean there – you’ll see it! To get a ‘pirata’, keep heading North until you see the signs for Villa Cofresi – turn left and head toward the beach, you’ll see it! Have fun!