Where to Eat
You can find just about any type of cuisine in Rincón. We’ve compiled some favorites, from casual café food trucks to fine dining with a view.
Mangia Mi is a lesbian-owned and -operated neighborhood eatery that specializes in house-made pasta and the freshest, locally caught seafood. With menu categories like “get baked” and “get sauced,” a stellar wine list, and a fun, laid-back staff, it’s the perfect restaurant for a lovely -- but never stuffy -- date-night or intimate group dinner.
Just off the town square, this casual café is perfect for starting your morning thanks to the friendly staff and tasty breakfast options like French toast, omelettes, pancakes, and a coffee selection that’s on-point. There’s also typical Puerto Rican deli fare including pernil, Cubano, and tripleta sandwiches, plus a daily menu of comida criolla for lunch.
For upscale, oceanfront dining in Rincón, La Copa Llena (or The Full Cup), located at the Black Eagle Marina, is hard to beat. Imagine feeling ocean breezes and taking in the warm sunset hues while you enjoy a beautifully plated fish curry dinner and a glass of wine.
This food truck park offers all sorts of delicious bites, from decadent doughnuts to traditional Puerto Rican cuisine to brickoven pizza to elote (parmesan-covered corn on the cob). Come on the weekends when GastroPark at 115 hosts live bands, DJs, and, on occasion, perfectly random events like a BMW motorcycle expo.