Welcome to Tables Magazine, Puerto Rico’s Guide to Great Dining since 1998. Within these pages, you will find exciting dining options for breakfast, lunch and dinner…and everything in between, be it Sunday brunch, drinks and nibbles in the wee hours; or a late afternoon snack and ice cream break with the kids.

We have so many delicious and diverse restaurant choices, no wonder Puerto Rico has been called the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean! You’ll find restaurants that serve everything from Asian to Vegetarian cuisine with, of course, Argentinian, Brazilian, Caribbean, French, Greek, Italian, Indian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Peruvian, Puerto Rican and Spanish food, etc., as well as steak houses and seafood grills.

As I say on my radio program on Radio WOSO (1030 on the AM dial) each Thursday, “Make somebody happy; make reservations for dinner.”

Barbara Tasch Ezratty

    • Cranberry Sauce…Finally! November 26, 2015
      Originally posted on Hot, Cheap & Easy: I have never posted a cranberry sauce recipe before because frankly every time I tried I ended up with a lip-puckering nasty gloopy mess and we’ve just used lingonberry jam from IKEA instead. A happy surprise for the table So this year, I did not even tell my…
    • Sweet-Tart Homemade Lemonade (made entirely by the kids) August 21, 2015
      My son and niece (8 and 11 respectively) had made some sugar syrup* for me last week – they are pretty good with the stove these days and eager to see how things are done. I actually used most of it for adult beverages (mango-chile mojitos and passionfruit mojitos), but in return for their help, […]
    • Mango Mojitos With Ancho Chili Salt August 15, 2015
      It was another summer Friday in the neighborhood and that called for another festive cocktail. Riding high on the success of last session’s passionfruit mojitos, I decided to make mango mojitos. The drink itself followed much the same construction, but the mango was decidedly sweeter than the passionfruit, so I decided that it needed a […]
    • Savory Spicy Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken August 3, 2015
      It is too hot for cooking, but the family’s gotta eat, so cook I must. So I have employed the slow cooker; it makes for tasty and tender meals and doesn’t heat up the kitchen. Here is my interpretation of Moroccan Chicken; it was a big success with everyone in the house (the spiciness is […]