All the eating action takes place on PR-102, with the best restaurants jutting out over the rocky fringe for incredible sunsets and views of Cayo Ratones. The two top choices are El Bohío at PR-102 km 13.9 (t 787/851-2755), a wooden stilt house hanging right over the water, and venerable Tino’s Restaurant at PR-102 km 13.6 (t 787/851-2976). Menus offer the usual range of seafood, plus steaks and tasty criollo sides such as yucca and mofongo ($15–17). Usually open Wed–Mon 11am–8.30pm.

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