Chapter 6 - Calle Loíza
Calle Loíza is an emblematic, culturally significant street in the Santurce section of San Juan, where a melting pot of art, gastronomy, and history blends. Over the years, the old road from San Juan to Loíza has become a social and gastronomic hub where emerging and returning artists have been featured center stage in the corridor’s renaissance.
The street food concept gets a lift in this big “food truck” with a spacious wooden deck. Tresbé (a local idiom that means “Triple B”) is a colloquial way of saying Bueno, Bonito y Barato (good, pretty, and affordable) and that is precisely what you will find — artisanal burgers, tacos, empanadas, seafood, specials, and coffee.
Si no corro me pizza
This space with Neapolitan flair presents excellent Italian food. Si no corro me pizza is known for its rustic brick-oven pizza that showcases fresh ingredients and Old World techniques. Their menu offers an array of pastas, lasagna, sandwiches, and cocktails.
This is a favorite spot with locals and tourists alike for salsa dancing in Calle Loíza. Every Thursday, it offers a free salsa class, which you can put to practice immediately after with music from a live band. If dancing works up an appetite, enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine and iconic cocktails. This is the place to eat, drink, and dance your night away in Calle Loíza.
This is a place for meeting friends and sharing a great conversation over coffee or drinks. Enjoy delicious tapas or hearty breakfasts when you visit Punto Medio for a friendly conversation, casual date or small gathering.