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The New York restaurant is headed to San Juan

Rosa Mexicano, the contemporary Mexican restaurant from Josefina Howard, which first opened in midtown Manhattan in 1984, is set to open to San Juan, according to chef Roberto Treviño, who shared the news at Taste of the Islands, an annual food festival at W Retreat & Spa-Vieques Island that benefits young Vieques residents.

Chef Roberto Treviño of Budatai, Casa Lola, Bar Gitano, and El Barril on Ashford Avenue in San Juan, and his restaurant group Out of This World, is bringing Rosa Mexicano to The Shops at Paseo Caribe, a new shopping, entertainment, and residential complex overlooking Condado Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean.

The latest outpost of the Rosa Mexicano chain, which has 14 restaurants in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and elsewhere, is slated to open in February 2013 and will serve the same menu, including guacamole en molcajete, which is made in a lava-rock mortar and prepared tableside. The San Juan location is the second international location of Rosa Mexicano, with the first one in Panama City, Panama.

Lauren Mack is the Travel Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @lmack.


Restaurant news: Just think of changes in Stillwater as the opposite of fusion

There has been a shake-up in Stillwater. The sous chef and bartender at Marx Fusion Bistro have left the popular spot to open their own restaurant. Christopher Durant and Stanton Schmitt are setting up shop right down the street in the historic First National Bank building, former home of Shane’s on Main. They’re calling it First National Green Room.

The first-floor space has been gutted and will be given a modern feel with Italian chandeliers and an open kitchen. The menu will be comfort food such as steaks, fish, chops, pasta and a few Indian favorites as a tribute to the time when Durant cooked in Puerto Rico. “We’re looking to appeal to locals,” says Durant. “They want something nice but don’t want to go too extreme with what they eat, and I really made it a point not to have anything on my menu the same as Marx.”

As far as the rumor circulating about a brouhaha when Durant told Marx chef/owner Mark Hanson he was leaving, Durant says it’s not true.

“I told him what I was going to do, and I’m not going to say he was happy about it, but there was no big fight.”

COMING SOON

There goes another neighborhood. Blue Plate Restaurant Co. just added an Uptown address to its restaurant empire, which includes Highland Grill in the Highland neighborhood of St. Paul, Longfellow Grill in the Longfellow neighborhood of Minneapolis and Edina Grill in Edina.

Stephanie Shimp, Luke Shimp and David Burley have taken over a former Blockbuster Video on 21st and Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis and are turning it into another of their upscale diners. They hope to be open by July. No name has been chosen yet, but the partners are thinking of paying homage to Lowry Hill (Lowry Grill has a nice ring to it). This one will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and offer a late-night menu in hopes of attracting a bar crowd. The space will have an open, modern feel, and plans include a patio.

“It’s actually west-facing,” says Stephanie. “It’s our first patio that faces the right direction.”

GROUNDS FOR RESENTMENT

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. That’s the message Amore Coffee owners Cathy Hauser and Nancy Breymeier took away last week when their longtime Milton Mall landlord, Exeter Realty, notified them they had 60 days to vacate the premises.

A fixture at that mall for 18 years, Amore Coffee is the last independent coffee shop on St. Paul’s Grand Avenue. They have to be out at the end of March to make way for Anthropologie, which is negotiating for the space, says Hauser.

“There wasn’t even a thank you for being here for 18 years,” she says. “That’s sad.”

Hauser and Breymeier had an inkling their days were numbered when their lease wasn’t renewed a few years ago. Last year, they opened another branch on Smith Avenue in West St. Paul just to cover their bases.

Hauser compares losing the Grand Avenue spot to a terminal illness. “You know someone is sick and going to die, but when it actually happens, you’re devastated,” she says. “I knew this was coming, but now that it’s here, it makes me sick to my stomach to give up my flagship store.”

PEARSON’S GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

Pearson’s Edina Restaurant has called it quits after 38 years. The family restaurant at 50th and France served its last plate of Swedish meatballs Sunday. The new owners plan to divide the space. One side reopened as the 50th Street Cafe and serves breakfast and lunch, including the five top-selling dishes on the Pearson’s menu.

In May, the other side will reopen as a separate restaurant. No further details are available.

The Pearson family had a long history in the Twin Cities. Paul Pearson Sr. and his wife, Helen, opened their first restaurant, the Town Talk Cafe, in 1938 at 38th Street and 23rd Avenue South in Minneapolis. In the 1940s, the Pearsons built and operated the Town Talk Diner at 27th Avenue and East Lake Street in Minneapolis. In 1956, Pearson’s Drive-In opened at Hiawatha Avenue and Minnehaha Parkway. Almost 20 years later, the family opened the Pearson’s at 50th and France, first as a coffee shop and later expanding into a full-service restaurant.

Stella’s Fish Cafe in Uptown is taking things up a notch once again. Last summer, the Minneapolis seafood spot built a second rooftop deck &mdash directly above the first to best the competition. Since they can’t go any higher, the restaurant is getting ready to roll out a raw bar and sushi. Chef Chad Rasmussen says he’s working on an extensive menu, which he plans to debut in April. “If you’re going to do it, do it right,” he says. “We want to be the place where people come for their raw bar experience.”

IN THE PINK

New Yorkers have long been going to Rosa Mexicano for tableside guacamole, pomegranate margaritas and authentic Mexican food. Now, it looks like Minnesotans might be doing the same thing. A branch of the upscale restaurant is on the drawing board to debut this summer at City Center in downtown Minneapolis, in the former T.G.I. Friday’s. (The T.G.I. Friday’s in Roseville called it quits last week. Stay tuned for what will go into that spot.)

Founded in 1984 by Josefina Howard, Rosa Mexicano quickly became a New York City destination for its authentic, regional cuisine. Now, there are nine locations, including Miami and L.A. The restaurant did not return calls for elaboration, but it looks like diners are in for a surprise. According to the website: “We are Rosa Mexicano and we are not the Mexican you expect.” Hopefully, that’s a good thing.

Fabulous Fern’s Bar & Grill on St. Paul’s Cathedral Hill celebrates the big 20 on Feb. 26 with an open-house party for friends, customers and other neighborhood businesses. Festivities start at 7 p.m. and include free appetizers and chances to win door prizes.

Barbette/Cafe Wyrd turns 20 on Tuesday and is inviting guests to raise their glasses, share memories and eat cake throughout the evening. The party starts at 4 p.m., and a DJ will start spinning at 10 p.m.

Local favorite Surly Brewing turns 5 this month. To celebrate, the brewery is hosting appreciation parties and special brews at bars and restaurants that sold the first beers. In St. Paul, they include Happy Gnome (Tuesday) and Groveland Tap (Feb. 28). For a complete list and details, go to surlybrewing.com.

They love us they really love us. In honor of Valentine’s Day, McDonald’s is giving away free small cups of coffee now through Monday. No strings attached.


BAILARINES DE SALSA FAMOSOS – LOS MEJORES

Lo mejor son sus bailarinas, porque bailar salsa es una pasión para mucha gente y ver como bailan los mejores es todo un espectáculo.

Vestido de Baile Latino Mujer Vestido Salsa Disfraz Bailarina Vestido de Salón Bailar Rumba Zumba Top Malla Falda Larga Asimétrica Sexy Traje de Danza Lírica sin Mangas

“Cuando mis amigos me dicen de ir a bailar salsa, me voy corriendo aunque esté enferma» – Dice Selena Gómez en una de sus redes sociales.

Dos buenos bailarines, ritmo, ropa adecuada y unos buenos zapatos

Para bailar salsa hace falta talento, ritmo, una ropa cómoda y unos buenos zapatos. Los mejores son los zapatos de baile latino artesanos. Puedes encontrar de mucha calidad en www.probaile.com. Lo más importante en calzado de baile es la comodidad, la total adaptabilidad, la sujeción y la flexibilidad. Eso se nota nada más te calzas el zapato. Hay que sentir el acolchado de la plantilla, la estabilidad y la amortiguación en la pisada.

Una pareja de entre los mejores bailarines de salsa son los caleños Adriana Ávila y Jefferson Benjumea, que se consagraron como vencedores en la XIX edición del Mundial de Salsa, World Salsa Open de dos mil quince en San Juan de Puerto Rico.

Un chico llamado Kevin Leonardo.

Ha batido un montón de récords. Es vencedor Mundial en el Word Latin Dance Cup, de Miami, en dos mil doce, y en la categoría solista Junior. También es vencedor Mundial en el World Salsa Open de Puerto Rico, en dos mil catorce, y en la categoría solista Junior. Vencedor en el Chicago Internacional Salsa en dos mil catorce, y en parejas. Segundo en el World Salsa Open Puerto Rico, de dos mil quince y primero en el World Salsa Open Puerto Rico dos mil dieciséis, en la categoría Solista Junior. Medalla de oro en el II Panamericano de baile deportivo, en la modalidad salsa de competición. Y algunos premios más…

Ya desde pequeño se lanzaba con pasos de baile con música de fondo. Su hermano mayor también baila, y le motivó en los primeros pasos de baile. Mas fue su madre quien le instó a que pusiera toda la carne en el asador en esto de bailar salsa. Estaba confiada en que el chico se ganaría la vida bailando. Lo llevó obligado a una escuela de baile y después de su primera clase, ya no quiso hacer otra cosa.

Kevin Leonardo Gallego Carmona lleva años bailando Salsa por todo el planeta. Sus progenitores, Fernando Gallego y su madre Esther Julia Carmona, siempre le han apoyado.

En su casa todos tienen relación con el baile. Su hermano fue bailador social hasta transformarse en bailarín de competencia, y su padre está en la industria del calzado para bailarines de Salsa. Conocen bien todo lo que es necesario para convertirse en un campeón, Desde las técnicas de baile hasta la ropa.

En cuanto a ropa de baile, en zapatos baile mujer hay de todo lo que necesitan ellas para bailar cómodas y con seguridad.

SALSA: Jorge Camagüey y más

Es profesor y bailarín de salsa. Uno de los más reputados del planeta. Con solo siete años ya bailaba en Cuba. Bailó como principiante hasta los dieciocho años, y entonces hizo una audición para una compañía y poco más tarde empezó su carrera como bailarín.

Noel Roque, José Maldonado y Michael ‘Chino’ Casino son promotores en Georgia de salsa. Carine Morais y Rafael Barros son bicampeones en su natal Brasil, y han ganado 3 veces el World Salsa Open de Puerto Rico y un par de veces el World Latin Dance Cup.

Deklan Guzmán y Natalia Villanueva son ídolos en Perú y vencedores de salsa y bachata del World Salsa Summit. Adrianita Ávila y Jefferson Benjumea son colombianos y han ganado dos World Salsa Open de Puerto Rico. Ritmo y Sabor es un equipo mexicano que ganó el IV Mundial de Salsa Open.

Bailarinas y bailarines – LEGENDARIOS

Shaka Brown tiene un juego de piernas y un lenguaje anatómico perfecto. Johnny Vazquez es toda una leyenda de la salsa, sin duda uno de los mejores bailarines de salsa en la historia. Oliver Pineda deja a todos con la boca abierta con sus geniales movimientos, podría bailar seguro hasta con un martini en la mano y no verter ni una gota. Rosa León es famosa por su estilo complejo y muy elegante. Terry «SalsAlianza» Tauliaut es famoso en clubes nocturnos y teatros en donde se programan espectáculos de salsa. Adolfo Indacochea es llamado el mago del mambo. Juan «Pachanga» Matos es un bailarín inusual que jamás falla un solo paso. Frankie Martinez compagina habilidades únicas con técnicas propias de bailar mambo. Neil Gordon es de los mejores, para muchos el mejor. Su mejor cualidad es la improvisación.

El uruguayo Adrián Rodríguez y la brasileira Anita Beatos Rubín, de Barcelona, son la referencia de la salsa en España.

Los países con mejores bailarines son España, Estados Unidos, Canadá, México, Colombia, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Chile, Brasil, Perú, Panamá, Ecuador, N. Zelanda, Eslovenia y también Italia.

Bailarinas salsa – REUS – 2019

La casa de Loli se hallaba en el Carrilet de Reus y en ella Damaris, una de sus hijas, muy pequeñita ya movía su cuerpo con una gran naturalidad. Llegó a contar con cuatro locales, cada uno de ellos de mayores dimensiones. Se arrancó con el flamenco y con la salsa. Sus hijos e inclusive sus sobrinos hicieron carrera en el baile. L legaron a competir de forma profesional por todo el mundo.

Se formaron para poder dar clases, y con Damaris en plena adolescencia se inauguró la sala New York. El negocio familiar ha derivado a algo más entretenido y menos sacrificado, una propuesta muy atractiva para bailarinas de salsa, y bailarines de flamenco, bailes de salón, etc. H abitualmente ir a la New York no es solo por aprender a regular el ritmo, asimismo es para conocer nuevas amistades. H an salido de ahí muchas parejas.

BAILARINES DE SALSA

En el Teatro de La Salle quedaron inmortalizados los primeros pasos de Damaris. Su madre tenía tanto trabajo que se olvidaba un tanto de ella. La madre es el germen de una historia que no se ha apagado con el consumo del tiempo. La saga, seguramente, tendrá continuidad en el futuro. Aquello que comenzó en casa de Loli Alcaide, en el distrito del Carrilet d Reus, el día de hoy ya se ha transformado una bonita expresión vital.

Natalia, en la cumbre de las bailarinas de salsa

Consiguió en la ciudad de Miami el título de campeona mundial, en la categoría solista-damas. Natalia se coronó como la nueva reina de ese género musical en 2019, creado a mediados del pasado siglo con repercusión de ritmos cubanos, caribeños, sudamericanos, y jazz. E l Primer Puerto la veía medrar y Natalia le sacaba la vuelta al ballet en toda celebración familiar.

El estilo que baila lo creó ella misma. De ahí que, afirma que no anda mirando los vídeos de otras bailarinas para copiar sus pasos. Ella desea tener un estilo propio. T odas y cada una de las noches, en diferentes salsódromos de la urbe, se juntan los bailadores profesionales de salsa como ella. Para pasar el rato. Cuenta Natalia que es ahí donde verdaderamente disfruta bailando salsa.

La Casa de la Salsa es el point de los salseros bailadores.

«Un viernes hallas a gente que baila tan igual que…» y «Eso de hacer cosillas con la mano… como que no.»


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Roberto TreviÑo

Chef Roberto Treviño became fascinated with the kitchen as a young cook in the San Francisco Bay area, beginning his career as an oyster shucker at a local restaurant at the age of 15.

He is currently Chef / Owner of five restaurants in Puerto Rico, serving hundreds of customers daily: His flagship Latin-Asian Budatai, the eclectic Bar Gitano which features Spanish tapas and award-winning paellas, local watering hole El Barril the 16,000 square food 'criollo kitchen' Casa Lola, and his latest creation Gia's Pizzeria in the hip upcoming Minillas Art District. His sixth restaurant, Rosa Mexicano, a collaboration with NYC restauranteur Howard Greenstone, is set to open in mid 2013.

Chef Treviño has been honored to cook at the James Beard House in New York for their award events, is frequently featured as a guest chef in food events thoughout the US and the Caribbean, including the Aspen Food & Wine Classic, Telluride Culinary Festival and the St Croix Food and Wine Festival, and has served as a guest chef on Celebrity Cruise Lines ships on sever seasons.

He has made numerous television appearances both in Puerto Rico and the US, including a battle against renowned chef Mario Batali on Iron Chef America, as a contestant on Next Iron Chef, with Rachael Ray on her show $40 a day, as well as his own local shows Kandela and the current running 4 Minutos con Chef Treviño.

Magazine and newspaper articles abound as well, and Chef Treviño has been featured in Conde Nast Traveler, the New York Times, Bon Appetit, and Gourmet among others.


9 Tequila-Soaked Ways To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo On Tuesday

It's almost time to break out the tacos, tequila and margaritas (in case that's not a regular weekly activity) to celebrate the Mexican army's victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862! As Ween once sang, Cinco de Mayo's on Tuesday, and there's a plethora of options out there to get your tequila-fueled celebrations started with a bang.

EL VEZ: Head to this Battery Park City eatery to catch New York's first and only all-female mariachi band while you down your mezcal and enchiladas. Flor de Toloache started out as a genre-pushing trio in 2008, and their ranks have since grown to 10 members, hailing from the likes of Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and a host of others. They'll be performing between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m., and there's food and drink specials all day from 11 a.m.

259 Vesey Street, Manhattan // 212-233-2500

LOURO: The West Village restaurant's pop-up taqueria returns for a second year running. Chef David Santos will be serving up $2.50 tacos from 5 p.m. to midnight, with fillings including short rib, shrimp, chicken, pork belly, and huitlacoche. Tequila shots and margaritas will be available to wash those tacos down, and if you've got a Cinco crew together and/or are ridiculously hungry, you can get 10 tacos and a pitcher of margaritas for $45.

142 West 10th Street, Manhattan // 212-206-0606

BODEGA NEGRA: The West 16th Street restaurant launches their celebrations with "Loco Monday" on the 4th—there's over 90 tequilas and mezcals on offer, pork belly carnitas tacos, Bodega Margaritas and more. There'll be dancers and entertainment on both nights, and diners can score 10% off their bill on May 5 by 'gramming and tagging their meal with #BodegaNegra.

355 West 16th Street, Manhattan // 212-229-2336


Shrimp tacos from Oxido

OXIDO: Cinco de Mayo brings with it a one-day-only menu shake-up at this purveyor of modern Mexican fare on West 23rd Street. There's a special shrimp taco on offer for $5—treat your tastebuds to a Red Chile seafood fiesta, with black beans, guacamole, and red chile crema served in a crispy corn tortilla. If shrimp's not your style, the regular customizable burritos, bowls and tacos are all available to line your stomach.

18 West 23rd St, Manhattan // 212-256-1072

DOS CAMINOS: If you're looking to get a little more hands-on with your food, the Park Avenue iteration of this restaurant is the place to be. Executive Chef Ivy Stark will be hosting a hands-on cooking class. For $75, you'll get a whole festive feast, with Tacos al Pastor (spit-roasted pork, pineapple and citrus), Grilled Mexican Street Corn, and Prickly Pear Tres Leches Cake. All four locations have got drink deals from Monday to Friday, with other specials kicking off on May 1—pick up some Chalupas Poblanas for $10 (corn masa boats with chorizo) or Crepas de Chocolate for $9 (chocolate crepes with chiapas coffee ice cream and raspberry saltier).

373 Park Avenue South, Manhattan // 212-294-1000 475 West Broadway, Manhattan // 212-277-4300 825 Third Avenue, Manhattan // 212-336-5400 675 Hudson Street, Manhattan // 212-699-2400

MEXICUE To celebrate the opening of their new Nomad location, this Mexican-Barbecue chainlet offers some boozy happy hour specials available for the entire week. Swing by for cinnamon and chili-inufsed fireball tequila ($2), smoky margaritas made with mezcal, chile and mole bitters ($4) and super fiery jalapeno and habanero margaritas ($4). They've also got some new menu items debuting this week, including green chili mac & cheese with cotija and cheddar plus a burnt ends Sloppy Joe sandwich served on brioche.

225th Fifth Avenue // 646-922-7289 1440 Broadway // 212-302-0385 345 7th Avenue // 345 7th Ave


Candy tacos at Stieber's.

STIEBER'S SWEET SHOPPE: If regular tacos just ain't doing it for your sweet tooth, wander over to this candy store in Greenwich Village for Lee Manne's candy tacos. Enveloped in a rice krispies treat taco shell, fruit leather lettuce, and marshmallow fluff sour cream, you can even pair these sugary wonders with an appetizer of sorts—rice krispie tortilla chips and frosting guacamole.

195 Bleecker St, Manhattan // 646-439-7903

ROSA MEXICANO: The party kicks off early at all three outposts—First Avenue, by Lincoln Center, and Union Square—from Friday May 1. You can get your hands on a $35 prix-fixe fiesta menu, specialty margaritas, and select pitcher cocktails. Grab some friends and share the Guacamole en Molcajete or Nachos de Tres Quesos, choose from one of the entrees on offer, and finish your Cinco eats right with cinnamon sugar Churros en Bolsa with dipping sauces.

1063 First Avenue, Manhattan // 212-753-7407
61 Columbus Ave, Manhattan // 212-977-7700
9 East 18th Street, Manhattan // 212-533-3350

ACHILLES HEEL: Andrew Tarlow's Greenpoint bar will be hosting a Cinco de Mayo party into the night on Tuesday. Beef tacos and mezcal cocktails are on offer, with tunes brought to you by DJ Josh Wiles. The fiesta kicks off at the corner tavern at 6 p.m., with free entry all night.

180 West Street, Brooklyn // 347-987-3666


8 Best Happy Hour Deals Restaurants nearby Me

The Mermaid Inn is well known for its unusual and delicious dishes and its happy hour deals. They offer happy hour deals generally from 5 PM to 7 PM for its all locations. If you are visiting at The Mermaid Inn in the night, you can enjoy happy hours deal throughout the full night. And on the weekends it runs from 4 PM to 7 PM.

You can get East Coast Oysters for just $1, $5 beers, $7 wine, $8 cocktails and much more within their happy hours.

Wood And Ales

Wood And Ales is another NYC restaurant which is offering happy hour time for their visitors. If you visit Wood and Ales from noon to 7 PM, you can get the benefit of happy hour deals here. This restaurant is situated at 234 W 14th St, New York, NY‎ and you can reach them at +1 212-206-0430‎.

You can get $5 Well Drinks and $13 Buckets Specials within the happy hour timing.

Farafina Café & Lounge Harlem

Farafina Café & Lounge Harlem is an African restaurant in NYC and offers delicious food and drinks. It is situated at 1813 Amsterdam Ave New York, NY 10031 b/t 150th St & 149th St Harlem and you can reach them at (212) 281-2445 anytime. They are offering happy hour deals from 5 PM to 8 PM on Monday to Friday. Even you can book your Table online from their official website. Go and enjoy the delicious foods and drinks with your special one.

Agozar

Agozar is another best restaurant of New York City, which means “Enjoy” provides a happy hour with a food special that is more than enjoyable. Featured all night on Mondays, and from 5-8 Tuesday through Sunday, guzzle down a speciality drink and get a tapas dish for free! Happy hour at Agozar is certainly above par.

Agozar situated at 324 Bowery, New York and you can reach there anytime.

Georgia’s East Side BBQ

Georgia’s is a family owned business that takes great pride in providing New Yorkers with a heaping plate of Southern Hospitality. Georgia’s East Side BBQ serving $2 PBR and High Life beers from 3-5pm Monday through Friday. They also provide all of their delicious sandwiches for just $5 during the happy hours.

It is situated at 192 Orchard St, New York. And you can also book your table online from their official website.

Lobster Joint

Lobster Joint offering the best happy hour deals in all over the New York City. You can enjoy the best dishes and special lunch here from Monday to Friday. They use the minimal number of ingredients in their recipes so it can be simple, Fresh and tasty. It’s happy hour starts from 4 PM to 7 PM at Monday to Friday.

Check out their Happy Hour Special

Rye Restaurant

We’ve lauded Rye for its decadent dishes and its delicious cheeseburger. And during the happy hours from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, Thursday, and Friday, this can be yours for just $5.

It is located at 247 South First Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 you can call them for best deals at 718-218-8047

Rosa Mexicano

Rosa Mexicano is the famous restaurant in New York City. It is located in more than 10 cities in the US and also having international branches in Dubai and Puerto Rico. if you stop by for happy hour, which runs from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, you can score $7 flautas, empanadas, quesadillas and tacos. And obviously, there are some sweet booze deals—sangria, wine and cocktails run only $6, select beers are $5, and typically pricey margaritas clock in at $8.

It is located at 5 places in the NYC, you can visit any restaurant near by you.


GRAND CATA IS NOW AT LA COSECHA!

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At Grand Cata, experience the rich diversity of Latin American by taking home a taste of the region's cuisines, groceries and wines.

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Condado Lagoon Villas at Paseo Caribe

San Juan’s newest and most exciting neighborhood

Enjoy luxury waterfront living just steps away from the comforts of each vacation rental property. Guests can enjoy shops, restaurants, beaches and the waterfront promenade overlooking historic Fort San Geronimo, Condado Lagoon, and the Atlantic Ocean — all at your doorstep.

Paseo Caribe's open-air retail and entertainment center includes over 25 restaurants and unique shops, beach and Condado area. Historic sites, Luis Muñoz Rivera Park, and the Caribe Hilton Hotel compound — with its own shops and restaurants — are just across Condado Lagoon Villas lobby. You are walking distance to some of the best beaches and hotels. Enjoy great food and live music at Paseo Caribe during the weekends. Go kayaking or paddle boarding in the Condado Lagoon, snorkeling in the Escambron Beach or in the San Juan Bay Estuary, explore and learn about historical places such as "El Morro" Fortress and San Juan Bay on jet ski, ride on a bike around the most amazing places in San Juan, or have a picnic in the Luis Muñoz Rivera's 25 acres Park.

The Condado Lagoon Villas were originally built as Caribe Hilton Resort's Luxury Villas. Today's residences are privately owned by local residents as their luxury vacation villas and/or home. All of our Condado Lagoon Villas properties have waterfront views and balconies.

You will be able to enjoy all the facilities and amenities the condominium offers, which include a private pool, jacuzzi, garden terrace and green areas. As well as Paseo Caribe's restaurants and Caribe Hilton's main lobby facilities open for visitors. Only registered guests of the hotel have access to the private beach and pool at The Hilton, however you are able to pay an additional fee (resort fee) with the hotel for the use of their facilities.

Paseo Caribe's open-air retail and entertainment center includes restaurants and unique shops, beach and Condado area. Enjoy great food and live music at Paseo Caribe during the weekends.

SHOPPING AND ENTERTAINMENT
Paseo Caribe’s premier shopping and entertainment experience is the heart and soul of the new Paseo Caribe neighborhood. The shops features an exciting mix of global and emerging boutiques, modern services, and unique dining and entertainment options in an incomparable waterfront setting overlooking the Condado Lagoon and Atlantic Ocean.

Restaurants at Paseo Caribe:
Rosa Mexicano - Mexican Cuisine
Fogo de Chao - Brazilian Steakhouse
Umai Sushi - Japanese Restaurant
Touro - Bar de Tapas Restaurant
Blue Martini - Lounge

Restaurants at Caribe Hilton:
Morton’s Steakhouse
Il Giardino La Trattoria - Italian Cuisine
Lemongrass - Asian fusion delicacies
Caribar - Lounge

EL MERCADO - Food Court at Paseo Caribe
Fifteen of the best local gourmet shops and restaurants, carefully selected to create an extraordinary market in San Juan. Music, art, flavors and fun all in one place, all day long.

TENANT DIRECTORY:
La Hacienda
El Pescador
Finca by Cocina Abierta
Nonna by Cocina Abierta
El Pilón de Ana by Restaurant Doña Ana
Double Cake Sweet Market
Levain Bakery
Coctel
Aroma Latina
Meditteranean Market
Napolitana wood fire pizza
Señor Paleta
Himalaya at El Mercado
The Noodle Merchant by Yamato
Alto Grande Café Expresso Bar

HOURS OF OPERATION: 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.

ARTS, CULTURE & ENTERTAINMENT
Paseo Caribe offers a variety of art, culture and entertainment events. From the Sunset Rhythms free concert series on Friday nights to the Open Studio featuring student's artwork lead by Sofía Maldonado.

The shopping and entertainment center makes Paseo Caribe District the only fully integrated luxury lifestyle destination in Puerto Rico. Visitors can use the optional valet parking or one the the 600 secured, covered parking spaces.


Breakout Brands: Rosa Mexicano

With a 16-year gap between the opening of the first two Rosa Mexicano locations in New York, it can’t be said that the owners of the upscale Mexican restaurant were in any particular rush to replicate the concept elsewhere.

However, once the decision was made in 2000 to grow Rosa Mexicano beyond its New York roots, the chain moved forward briskly, opening another 14 locations in the past 12 years. This year the chain plans to introduce three more restaurants, including two international outlets in Puerto Rico and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

“It took time to determine whether the brand had legs in other markets,” said chief operating officer Jason Berry. “But we knew we had something special.”

One of the challenges the upmarket Rosa Mexicano has had to face since Josefina Howard founded it in 1984 is overcoming Americans’ lack of familiarity with true Mexican cuisine.

“A lot of people think Mexican food is all tacos, burritos and nachos,” Berry said. “But that’s really Tex-Mex. Rosa Mexicano is authentic, pan-Mexican cuisine”

Arlene Spiegel of Arlene Spiegel & Associates, a restaurant consulting firm in New York, observed that despite consumers’ confusion over what constitutes genuine Mexican food, Rosa Mexicano has established its own niche as it expands.

“The Mexican market segment still has a class system,” Spiegel said. “You have quick-service chains like Taco Bell all the way up to one-off, fine-dining independents. But Rosa Mexicano has always hit the sweet spot, with authentic flavors and an ambience that celebrates the culture. It definitely has staying power.”

When it comes to positioning itself in the marketplace, Rosa Mexicano incorporates culinary elements generally found in upscale restaurants. For example, while guacamole is recognized as a Mexican menu staple, Rosa Mexicano has elevated its status by preparing it tableside.

Individual restaurants also try to partner with local purveyors, another upscale trait that helps guide menu development. California units might offer locally foraged mushrooms, for example.

Even recognizable items like tacos are treated in a more upscale manner. Signature selections include a popular Baja Fish Taco — which features locally sourced fish — and a Duck Tinga Taco with guajillo chile salsa.

Meanwhile, the chain — which is owned by Rosa Mexicano Restaurants and Goode Partners, a New York-based private equity firm — is continuing to plot future growth domestically and internationally.

“Now is a good time,” Berry said. “Mexican is enjoying a bit of a renaissance, with more traditional Mexican restaurants opening up around the country. And these days when people go out, they want to have fun and be in a unique environment and get something they can’t get at home. Mexican provides that.” it’s celebratory.”

Contact Paul Frumkin at [email protected] .
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