Fogón de Abuela, El


El Fogón de Abuela

Rte. 10, Dos Bocas Lake,



Open Saturday and Sunday only from 11:30am to 8 or 9pm.


Take the ferry to get there, climb some steep steps carved into the hill, and enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine in the open air with dramatic views of the lake.

Utilice el ferry para llegar, suba una escalinata de adobe hasta la cima y disfrute de la cocina tradicional puertorriqueña al aire libre con una vista espectacular al lago.

Filed Under: $$ average entrée under $20CasualCentralOpen Air DiningPuerto Rican/CriolloUtuado

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