EV's Guest House Rincon Puerto Rico Large Affordable Hotel Style Vacation Rentals

  1. Order your meal first, than order drinks...in hopes that your food will come out sooner.
  2. Look to see if the place is full or empty, see if the wait staff is busy or borred..
  3. Ask another table how long they have been waiting for their order and then decide to stay or go.
  4. Be careful about paying the bill with credit card, 15% gratuity in some cases is applied already, be careful not to give another Tip of 15%
  5. If you wait more than 30 minutes to get served,  I would pay for any drinks appetizers at this point and leave unless the restaurant is packed than 45 mins. Dont worry there are many other Restaurants.

**These are Bars and Restaurants we have been to..Some are better than others, Some are cheaper than others, Remember you are in a touristy town and the prices on things fluctuate, beers/shots..Always ask  a price before you buy a round. There are other restaurants on the outside of Rincon, And dont pass up on some of those Pincho stands on the sides of the road, they have some of the best food you can enjoy for the price.**


Antojo's, 787-823-4377. 10:30am-10:00pm, closed Tuesday. Affordable local food.  

Brasas Grill at Rincon Beach Resort 787-589-9000 is an elegant, contemporary Caribbean cuisine restaurant, specializing in steaks, seafood and other local delicacies. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are a real treat at Brasas Grill.  Our lobby bar is fun central.

EL Bambino Italian Restaurant, 787-823-3744.  Italian and Puerto Rican dishes.    

El Pequeno Guavate Restaurant, Traditional Puerto Rican fare including mofongo, lechon, arroz gandules, yucca and appetizers.  

Harbor Restaurant  787-823-0547   If fresh seafood is of your liking, then is for you. This beachside eatery specializes in serving the best whole fresh Caribbean Lobster, fresh Red Snapper and fresh Mahi Mahi filet, along with in-season fresh Grouper and the catch of the day.

Hotel Villa Cofresi,  787 823-2450

Horned Dorset The Blue Room 787-823-4030 is dining at sea, in a Sorrento-tiled intimate space with wooden louvers cutting the glare of the ocean, or outside on the gravel terrace under the stars. Enjoying breakfast and light lunches on the open verandah adjoining the lobby and bar is an informal, breezy experience.

KaPlash. For empanadillas the best in Rincon, great food and great prices that you cant beat anywhere else.

La Ana Cofresi Restaurant 787-823-2450 offers delicious seafood, steaks and local cuisine. We offer full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. Our beachfront sunset bar and grill offers great drinks, including the Pirate Special, burgers, kebabs and appetizers.

Mahi Mahi Restaurant, 787-826-5500

Rincon Tropical Restaurant 787-823-2017. Closed Tuesday. Creole dishes offers a wide variety of fresh fish, lobster and local flavor at moderate prices. One of the best empanadillas (seafood turnovers) are made here. We also offer a private dining room and our Happy Hour Bar is a local favorite.

Rock Bottom Bar and Grill  787-823-3756 offers the tastiest pub grub in Rincon. Pull up a chair at our big circular bar, and after a few of our rum punches you will wish you visited us sooner and more often. Stay late for great tunes and a lively night time scene.

Shipwreck Bar & Grill  Rincon's newest and freshest restaurant right next to the marina. Come experience home-style, international cuisine for lunch and dinner in a tropical outdoor setting. The perfect place for the whole family to enjoy with happy hour as well as daily food and drink specials. Don't miss the Sunday pig roast, Puerto Rico style.

Tamboo Seaside Grill  787-823-8550  offers the most unique beachside eatery in Rincon. Enjoy burgers, wraps, traditional Puerto Rican cuisine, fresh fish and seafood. Also enjoy a fresh fruit drink or tropical cocktail from the Tamboo Tavern.  Beautiful location directly on the beach. Late evening dance scene

The Rum Shack  787-823-0103  is a cool pool bar, delicious bistro and grill. Spend your Rincon nights with us and enjoy great food, cool beverages, plus lively music and conversation.

The English Rose,  787-589-9000, Highly regarded as the best breakfast in Rincon. A must-do while in Rincon.  

The Lazy Parrot Restaurant,  787-823-0101. Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner at our tropical dining pavilion or a quick snack or tropical drink at our Rum Shack Poolside.

Tropical Gourmet, Authentic Puerto Rican fare in a casual atmosphere. Try the mofongo!

Shipwreck Bar and Grill, 787-823-6429, Nightly seafood special fresh of the boat, large salads, burgers,
pastas, steaks. Try the tuna tamari salad or Nana's 7-Hour meat sauce.

Local Activities And Places to Go

Boarding House Surf School  787-823-4191, located in Barrio Puntas 75.00 and up.

Desecheo Island National Wildlife Refuge  Desecheo Island, 14 miles from the coast, is not open to visitors; however, diving, snorkeling and fishing around the island is allowed.  

Katarina Sail Charters, Black Eagle Marina, 787-823-7245  Day Sails: 10:30AM-1:30PM; Evening Sails: 4:30PM-After sunset. Day sails includes snorkeling, whale watching and lunch, and evening sails include whale watching and free drinks. Day Sails: $60/30 (Adults/Children under 12) Evening Sails: $40/20 (Adults/Children under 12).  

Moon Dog Fishing Charters 787-823-3059  Fishing charters.  

Rincon Skate Town, 787-823-2897. M-F: 11AM-9PM; Sa-Su & Holidays: 9AM-9PM. Rincon has a Skate Board Park located in the Downtown area, just a few blocks from the main town plaza.

Rincon Lighthouse Park / El Faro Lighthouse, 787 823-2244. Erratic hours; sign on door says 'usually open at 10:30'. Recreation site with a beautiful view of the Desecheo Island National Wildlife Refuge on Mona Passage. The park has a gift shop and a snack bar.  

Rincon Nuclear Plant. Unusual dome shaped building that is currently being converted into a museum.  

Rincon Town Square. WiFi available, 2 churches, water fountain,  

Sports Center and Public Gymnasium  Rincon has a great sports complex which is open to the public and a great facility for visitors who want to stay in shape while on vacation. Located in the Corcega section of Rincon, you'll find a running track that is a favorite for local joggers. There is also a well-equipped gymnasium if you want a more intensive workout. There is also a basketball court, baseball diamond and tennis courts. The Sports Complex has plenty of free parking and is open seven days a week.

Surf Camp / Surf School,  787-448-0968, . Learn to Surf!  

Tropical Trail Rides   787-872-9256  Here at Tropical Trail Rides we offer a variety of possibilities for your horseback riding adventure. We operate 7 days a week with 2 rides daily. The morning ride, at 9am, is a perfect way to start your day.

Taino Divers, Black Eagle Marina  787-823-6429  Daily 9AM-9PM. Diving and snorkeling, whale watching tours and fishing.

Whale watching. Usually December-March, February being the peak season. While impossible to predict what time whales will show up, usually before 10AM and evenings are the best time. The Rincon Lighthouse is a great place to whale watch.

Calm Beaches Located in Rincon Puerto Rico

Almirante Beach
Corcega Beach
Los Almendros Beach
Punta Higoero Beach
Rincon Public Beach
Sandy Beach

Surfing Beaches in Rincon Puerto Rico

Dogman's Beach
Domes Beach
Indicator Beach
Maria's Beach
Spanish Wall Beach
Steps Beach
Tres Palmas

Rincon is an amazing place to surf
.   What put Rincon on the map was the 1968 World Surfing Championship held at Domes Beach in Rincon, Puerto Rico. Some places to surf are Domes, Marias, Indicators and many more. If you are learning to surf definitely try getting an instructor, these will show you where the best places are for your level of surfing. The winter surf along Rincon's coast is some of the best in the region. Most generally regarded as one of the best surf spots across the globe, Rincon draws surfers from around the world. Rincon is the center of the island surf scene. Dubbed the "Caribbean Pipeline," winter waves here can approach 25 feet (6.7m) in height, equaling the force of the surf on Oahu's north shore. Famed surfing beaches in town include Puntas, Domes, Tres Palmas, Steps, Sandy Beach, Antonio's, Pools, and Maria's. The best time to surf is from November through April, but summer storms can also kick up the surf.
Festivals and Events
Whale Festival___________________________March
Rincon International Film Festival _____________April 28- May 3
Coconut Festival__________________________May
Feast of the Patron Saint, Santa Rosa de Lima_____August
Triatlon and Triatlon Caribbean Cup
Numerous Surfing Championships_____________Oct 30-Nov 20

Three King's Day Traditional gift giving day______Jan 6  Island wide
Patron Saint Festival______________________San Sebastian
Festival los Reyes ________________________Las Marias
Patron Saint Festival______________________Anasco
Patron Saint Festival (or early February)________Mayaguez

Coffee Harvest Festival____________________Maricao

Festival de la China Dulce:
An Orange Festival, recipes, arts & crafts________Las Marias
Joyuda Triathlon (International)______________Cabo Rojo

Kite Festival_____________________________Aguadilla
Festival Volant�n
     (Kite Festival, music and handcrafts)__________Mayaguez
Carving Competition_______________________Hormigueros
Festival del Tejido Exhibits of Island knitting:
Exhibits of needlecraft, local food, drinks and Music__Isabela
Crash Boat Summer Festival__________________Aguadilla
Summer Festival__________________________Aguadilla
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Isabela
Festival Mundillo:
Premier festival for the famous Moca Lace________Moca
Trialo Rincoeno (Intl Triathlon)________________Rincon
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Maricao
National Mango Fiesta______________________Mayaguez
Antique Toy Festival_______________________Isabela
Classic & Antique Auto Show__________________Isabela
Hammock Festival:
      Hammock weaving, local food and music_______San Sebastian
Novena a la Virgen del Carmen Rosado:__________Aguadilla Begins   July 8
Honor of patroness of fishermen,
     procession to the sea _____________________Aguadilla   July 13    
Patron Saint Festival (or early August)___________San German
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Rincon
Anasco Trathlon__________________________Anasco
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Moca
Patron Saint Festival (late Sept. or early October)___Aguada
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Hormigueros
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Cabo Rojo
Yuca Festival____________________________Isabela
Festival del Chipe (Clam festival unique to Anasco)__Anasco
Intl Light Tackle Tournament________________Cabo Rojo
Partron Saint Festival______________________Aguadilla
Discovery of Puerto Rico Day Parade____________Aguada
Patron Saint Festival_______________________Las Marias
Carnaval Aguadillano_______________________Aguadilla
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Major Puerto Rican Holidays 2017
January 1             New Year's Day
January 6            Three Kings' Day
January 13          Eugenio Maria de Hostos's Birthday
January 20          Martin Luther King's Birthday
February 17        Washington's Birthday
March 22             Abolition of Slavery Day
April 18                Good Friday
April 21                Jose de Diego's Birthday
May 26                  Memorial Day
July 4                    U.S. Independence Day
July 21                  Luis Munoz Rivera's Birthday
July 25                 Puerto Rico's Constitution Day
July 27                 Jose Celso Barbosa Day
September 1       Labor Day/Santiago Iglesias Pant�n Day
October 12          Discovery of America Day/Hispanic Day
November 11     Armistice Day/Veterans' Day
November 19     Puerto Rico's Discovery Day
November 27     Thanksgiving Day
December 25     Christmas Day

Western Puerto Rico Tourism Offices, Call before You Go
Puerto Rico Tourism     ____________787-890-3315
Isabela Tourisim Office____________787-830-5105
San Sebastian Tourism Office_______787-896-2300
Las Marias Mayor's Office__________787-827-2280
Aguadilla Tourism Office__________787-891-1005
Moca Tourism Office______________787-877-3390
Aguada Tourism Office____________787-868-6242
Rincon Tourism Office____________787-823-5024
Anasco Tourism Office____________787-826-3100
Mayaguez Tourism Office__________787-833-1650
Hormigueros Tourism Office________787-849-2515
Cabo Rojo Mayor's Office___________787 851-1025
San German Tourism Office_________787 892-3790
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