For fans of this chain this is a smaller, cozier restaurant than most of the others. It had to be refurbished after a fire in 2003. Memorabilia on display include items that belonged to Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, and J Lo.
This is how the Old San Juan looks like the first Tuesday night of each month from aprox. 8:00pm to 4:00 am.
En el Viejo San Juan hay "Noche de Galería" el primer martes de cada mes.
Dress Code: not too casual, not too dressy...everything in between is ok
Relaxed atmosphere, the bouncer is from Chicago, so he speaks English and is very friendly if you open up to him. The owner is also a very friendly young adult who isn´t afraid to express himself if he enjoys your presence. We all got many free drinks here, but you just have to remember a key thing about San Juan: people are nicer to you if you show them that you're as relaxed and care-free as they are.
Dress Code: Casual. Hence the name.. Beach BUM.. Just don't take it too seriously and dress like a bum, or people will give you looks.
Old San Juan city is a 475 year old neighborhood originally conceived as a military stronghold. Its 7 square block area has evolved into a charming residential and commercial district. The streets are paved with cobbles of adoquines, a blue stone cast from furnace slag. At night the city transform into a nightlife hot spot for trendi restaurant and bars.
Dress Code: Casual