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  • Spoon’s Top 5 Valentine’s Day Picks in Puerto Rico

    Spoon’s Top 5 Valentine’s Day Picks in Puerto Rico

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on February 10th      •       No Comments      •      Dinner + Events + Food Trucks + Holidays + Restaurants

    Image by @thewalrushk Do you and your Valentine compliment each other like champagne and caviar, like mac and cheese, like gin and tonic? To find out if you form a classic pairing, take our Spoon Food Tours Valentine’s Test....

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  • Di Parma Trattoria of Condado 11th Anniversary Celebration

    Di Parma Trattoria of Condado 11th Anniversary Celebration

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on October 16th      •       No Comments      •      Condado + Restaurants

    The Condado strip extends the length of Ashford Avenue, popular with tourists and locals alike for its seemingly endless number of bars, restaurants, and shops all heaving with activity. Of the many wonderful options, few establishments can boast of...

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  • FUDIS Gourmet Food Truck Festival @ St. Regis

    FUDIS Gourmet Food Truck Festival @ St. Regis

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on October 12th      •       No Comments      •      Events + Food Trucks + Puerto Rico

    Situated at the foot of El Yunque National Forrest, the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort is a study in understated luxury perfectly suited to host the 3rd annual FUDIS Gourmet Food Truck Festival. The tree-lined path that leads to...

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  • Puerto Rico Meets NYC

    Puerto Rico Meets NYC

    Written By Spoon Food Tours on September 28th      •       No Comments      •      Events + Puerto Rico

    The jaunty piragua cart with it’s bright colors and big umbrella ambles down the street in San Juan with the same awkward agility it does in New York City. A summer staple of both cities, the cart’s pyramid shaped...

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