Where to Eat in La Calle Loíza
1852 Loiza Street, San Juan
Is an independent bakery, specializing in cupcakes, pastries, and made-to-order cakes.
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.
2021 Loiza Street (Esquina Calle San Miguel)
For great Mexican food visit where their corn tortillas are made fresh daily, the tacos al pastor and carnitas are perfect, and the margaritas are cold and refreshing.
787-523-6902 / Loiza Street
Very nice ambiance, and a wide variety of excellent breakfast/brunch dishes that keep your taste buds jumping. And they also offer great veggie options.
1917 Loiza Street, San Juan
They serve authentic Neapolitan rustic pizza as well as homemade pasta and risottos.
1503 Loiza Street, San Juan
They serve up its Argentinean side more explicitly, even naming each of their pizzas after barrios in Buenos Aires.
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.
1801 Loiza Street, San Juan
Enjoy this brunch & latin bistro bar’s large portions of delicious food with their hip atmosphere.
1902 Loiza Street, San Juan
But maybe you’re thinking, I came all this way to Puerto Rico and I want some really good rice and beans, bistec encebollado, and mofongo. Molinis Café has you covered
2000 Loiza Street, San Juan
Cocobana is a colorful vegan and vegetarian restaurant with daily lunch specials and fresh-pressed juices and smoothies made with local fruits and vegetables.
1503 Loiza Street, San Juan
Suddenly in the mood for Argentinian food? Next door to Piola is this bodegón where you can indulge in a milanesa (the equivalent of a chicken parmigiana) topped with your choice of cheese, homemade pasta, or, of course, steak.
1857 Loiza Street, San Juan
If you love seafood and want a Puerto Rican take on it, then Cueva del Mar is a great option which also has daily criollo specials.
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).