As the first large eating establishment I tried in Puerto Rico, I was interested to find out what Mofongo was...after a 10 day trip I can say that theirs was still my favorite! Tried other pub fare (fried mini fritters) and would definitely have gone back to the mofongo instead. I asked politely and they brought both the creole and garlic sauces so I could try both. I thought the creole was better but enjoyed the garlic, too. Don't expect very (hot) spicy foods in Puerto Rico - the spices are there but the heat is lacking, so be adventurous with your choices.
Old Harbor is one of the few microbreweries in Puerto Rico. It was fun to try out the local beer instead of the ever-present Medalla (which still wasn't bad). Got to meet the brewmaster who was very nice and knowledgeable. Made a special trip the morning of my flight out so I could try the Taíno beer since it had been sold out earlier and I was very glad I did...it ended up my favorite of the 5 they had at the time.
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