Stone Crab Alley and The Hurricane Room, San Juan

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    Stone Crab Alley and The...

    by steph4867 Written Sep 7, 2002

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    Stone Crab Alley and The Hurricane Room, a casual steak and seafood restaurant located in the heart of beautiful Condado, Puerto Rico. Come and taste one of our many delicious crab dishes such as Alaskan King Crab, Snow Crab, Maryland Soft Shell Crab, or (you guessed it!) Stone Crab; Or maybe you’re in the mood for a mouth watering Prime Rib cut, Filet Mignon, or a big, juicy New York Strip. Not Hungry? Well, then you can sample our long list of totally original, specialized Hurricane Drinks while you sit and listen to the live music seven nights a week in the Hurricane Room. With varied entertainment, a large, reasonably priced food and drink menu, and the best casual dining atmosphere in all of Puerto Rico, Stone Crab Alley is the perfect place to bring your family and friends for a memorable night out in Condado.
    Stone Crab Alley and The Hurricane Room is located in a historic landmark built on Avenida Las Nereidas (Now Ashford Avenue) in 1902 as a family home for a German Shipping Mogul named Raufchemplat. It has been the home of many businesses in its near-century of existence as a result of its premier location in Condado, PR. It’s most significantly known and longest-staying commercial resident was the American restaurant franchise, The Chart House, who occupied the space from 1981 to 2000. After just under 19 years of business, the Chart House closed operations and the building lay dormant for over a year.

    On June 1, 2001, after some serious renovations and improvements, Stone Crab Alley and The Hurricane Room opened to instant success on the second floor of this historic building. Come in and see the restaurant’s centerpiece, a 100 year old mahogany bar constructed in England and shipped to this location. With outdoor seating for over 80 people, an air conditioned indoor non-smoking section for 50, and an air conditioned indoor smoking section for over 50, Stone Crab Alley and The Hurricane Room is a fantastically relaxed and comfortable dining atmosphere fit to accommodate all.

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