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BLESSED CAFE – OLD SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

CAM00865 - Copy - Copy - CopyI don’t care, I don’t care, I don’t care!  Yes,  I had Jamaican food in Puerto Rico, and it was good!  Before the last two major hurricanes hit the island in 2017, I took a trip to Old San Juan and visited the El Morro.  We did a lot of walking in the sweltering Puerto Rican heat.  It took every piece of energy we had out of us.  To cool off and relax before heading back to our hotel, we stopped for a bite at a Jamaican restaurant called Blessed Cafe.

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Finding Blessed Cafe was a true blessing.  The entire vibe was exactly what I needed during our short trip.  The food and service were great.  My meal was on the spicy side, but outside of the heat, everything was on point.  I was very pleased. We had oxtail with red peas and rice, a delicious, flaky beef patty, and a plate of stew chicken.  Once we were done with our meal, we stopped for a refreshing piragua and headed back to our hotel near Condado Beach.

I’m delighted to know that the restaurant survived the hurricanes.  If you are in the Old San Juan area, be sure to check out Blessed Cafe!

 

353 Plaza San Francisco
San Juan 00927-5812, Puerto Rico
+1 787-721-6364
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Categories: Caribbean/Caribe, Dining Out, Food and Wine, Food Wine and Spirits, Island travel, Miss Metropolitan Junkie

Author:Miss Metropolitan Junkie

Raised in the Bronx; spending the majority of my days in the Midtown section of Manhattan, I have a fabulous addiction to life in New York City. I'm a lifestyle writer and social blogger. I enjoy traveling and photographing foods, landscapes, and people in their natural element. I also enjoy attending parades and street festivals in New York City; capturing the spirit and positive energy on video and in photographs. I style people's lives by offering them tips on fashion, food & wine, dining & entertaining, arts & culture, and more!

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