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Vegetarian Restaurants in Puerto Rico

Displaying 9 results.
  1. A Lo Natural
    Gourmet Coffee Shop featuring the best of Puerto Rican cuisine and international accents. Open for breakfast and lunch. Mon-Fri 7:00am til 3:00pm. Saturday 9:00am - 2:00pm.
  2. 26 St. #BA3, Villa Universitaria
    Humacao, PR 00791
    (787) 852-0945
  3. Buena Mesa
    Open Sunday through Friday from 7:00am to 10:00 (breakfast) and from 11:00am to 4:00pm for lunch.
  4. Sector La Cadena, Carr 2 Km 138 Hm 5
    (787) 252-1158
  5. Cafe Berlin
    This casual café, bakery, and delicatessen has outdoor seating overlooking the Plaza Colón. Tasty vegetarian fare prevails--try one of the creative salads. Non-vegetarian dishes are also available. The Cafe's pastries, desserts, fresh juices, and organic coffee are the perfect elixir after a day of touring Old San Juan.
  6. 407 San Francisco St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 722-5205
  7. Country Health Foods
  8. 53 Calle Robles, Rio Piedras
    San Juan
    (787) 763-7056
  9. Culebra Deli
  10. Culebra, PR 00775
    (787) 742-3277
  11. Golden Bagel Bakery
    This casual establishment bakes some of the best pastries and bagels in San Juan. Soups, salads, and other baked items top round out the menu. Several types of coffee are also available.
  12. Isla Verde Plaza Site 16, Isla Verde
    San Juan
    (787) 791-2575
  13. Gopal
    The food is fiercely vegetarian.
  14. 201 Tetuan St., Old San Juan
    San Juan, PR 00901
    (787) 724-0229
  15. Natural High Juice Bar & Cafe
    Enjoy an organic coffee or vegan smoothie while checking your email, or sit down to a fantastic four-course dinner of the best "animal friendly" gourmet cuisine in the West. Reservations are recommended. Catering and delivery are available. Open for lunch and dinner, please call for hours.
  16. Route 115 km. 14.3
    Rincon, PR 00677
    (787) 823-1772
  17. Sabores al Natural
  18. 209 Canals St., Santurce
    San Juan
    (787) 722-4631

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Puerto Rico has been a colony for over 500 years.