This restaurant was recommended by the bellman in our hotel as a place with authentic Puerto Rican food where locals eat. We arrived at 8:30 on a Wednesday night and the place was packed. The friendly bar tender introduced us to the drink known as Caipirinha, which is made with a Brazilian variety of rum. The drink was the perfect blend of sweet and tart tastes. For dinner, I had salmon, which was grilled in a dark spicy sauce, containting a hint of coconut flavoring. My wife had jumbo shrimp over a bed of spicy rice. Both were excellent.
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