Hacienda Meat Market

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Hacienda Meat Market

762 Ponce de León Avenue,

Miramar (San Juan)

787-296-4925

Monday-Sunday 10am-8pm.

$

Market is the key word, but you can enjoy some of those beautiful cold cuts, salads, sandwiches and prepared dishes at the tables on the front porch.

“Market (mercado)” es la palabra operante, pero puede disfrutar de algunos de esos hermosos cortes fríos, ensaladas, sándwiches y platos en las mesas del porche delantero.

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