La Calle Loíza
Where to Eat in La Calle Loíza
1912 Calle Loíza, San Juan, 00911
Tantalo is a sports bar with unique and exclusive food. Where you can watch all kinds of sports in a fun environment and at affordable prices.
1954 Calle McLeary #1966, San Juan
Need a vegetarian option? One of the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the city is tucked away at the back of an Ocean Park car park. Once you’ve found it, choose from a short list of flavorful and creative dishes, such as the chickpea Thai burger, tofu Cuban sandwich and bean lasagna. Homemade ice creams, cookies and fresh juices complete the appetizing menu.
103 Avenida José de Diego, San Juan, 00911
Silk offers the best in “pan asian” – Asian / oriental food, with classics and avant-garde cuisine from Japan, China, Mongolia and Vietnam – all with a gourmet, delicious preparation, including dishes with different cuts of meat, seafood, fish and sushi, not forgetting about vegetarians.
103 Calle San Jorge, San Juan, 00911
A unique Italian gastronomic experience waits for you at Nonna. The restaurant showcases a unique atmosphere, filled with history where you can taste Italian classic dishes filled with fresh vegetables, a variety of cheeses, unfiltered extra virgin olive oil and fresh handmade pastas made with flour from Naples.
1804 Calle Loíza, San Juan, 00911
Executive Chef Juan Camacho takes care of every single detail. He delivers beautifully displayed plates without sacrificing the authenticity and roots of criollo flavors. Camacho creates amazing dishes such as pasteles, arroz, mofongo, chillo frito, plantains, sausages, bistec encebollado, empanadas, pork, arroz con gandules, seafood … all these plates will take you back in time while you pair them with a crafted cocktail from their mixologists at the bar, exquisite wines or bubbly champagne.
1765 Loiza Street, San Juan
It’s a shipping container turned open-air restaurant, with a wooden deck and communal tables, serving everything from sliders to tacos to sushi. The name is in reference to the three Bs everyone looks for in a restaurant: bueno, bonito, y barato (good, pretty, and cheap).
1863 Calle Loíza, San Juan, 00911
Authentic Italian flavors… How does an eggplant parmesan, breaded and stuffed with tomatoes, Parmesan cheese, tomato sauce that “comes out like a lasagna” sound? If it tempts you, give it a try so you don’t miss out.
1969 Calle Loíza, San Juan, 00911
Loiza Street is best known for it’s “Bar-hoping” culture & El Tap is one of those places you definitely have to visit whenever you’re around! With 46 Taps of beer, wine & sangría, delicious bar food and good tunes, El Tap is the place to go to if you’re looking to take some fresh beers home or To-Go!
How? EASY! They have Growlers & Crowlers and the best thing is.. you can always REFILL!
73 Avenida José de Diego, San Juan, 00911
At PalettAmérica you will find flavors of the American continent and our Caribbean on a popsicle; their experience of living in different regions of America has led them to the fun task of creating delicious flavors representative of each country in which they have had the opportunity to be in and live with its culture, flavors and peculiar recipes.
105 Cll Pomarrosa, San Juan, 00911
Japanese noodle eatery serving up different ramen noodle recipes and healthy appetizers. All of their elements are hand made with quality ingredients; Pork is sourced on island, no use of refined sugars or salts, processed foods or condiments, gmo foods or msg. They are vegan, veggie friendly and sustainability driven, dedicated to serving people real food.
2012 Calle Loíza, San Juan, 00911
Shibō is a place where you find traditional and special Asian dishes that are all product of Chef Cruz’s creativity. Thanks to his touch and attention to detail this experience becomes one that you will want to repeat again and again. Besides their Asian dishes, they offer a variety of raw, ceviche and sushi options that are made up of fresh local products. They also offer fresh local fish, which is used to prepare delicious Peruvian fusion dishes, including the best sushi creations you will ever taste!
2050 Loiza Street, San Juan
Another pizza place that does something slightly different is this one, and it’s possibly one of the oldest restaurants on Calle Loíza, having been founded in 1986. They have a limited pizza menu which you can order on regular or coconut crust. Their craft beer and whisky selection is also extensive but be warned the place is very cozy.