My girlfriend and I just returned from a week in Rincon.
Towards the end of the week, we wanted to eat more budget friendly than we had been during our two week vacation. Also, we wanted something a little more familiar than the bland Puerto Rican and Caribbean themed food we'd been eating.
We found this place through TripAdvisor. Although, literally finding the place was a bit of a challege.
For starters, addresses here are the PR road number followed by the Km marker point of the destination on the said road. It's not a set building number on xxx Street. We couldn't figure out how to type the address in so that the GPS could find it? When searching for nearby restaurants, the place wouldn't show up, either.
We reverted to a tourist's attraction map and Google maps that went off and on as we lost cell reception driving on the windy roads. The first time we tried to find it, we drove right past it. Twice! The second time, we missed it again, even though at one point we were pulled over right in front of it and still didn't know we were there! think we were expecting an obvious restaurant visible from the road?
Finally, a local yelled off a balcony and asked us if we were trying to find something? We told him we were looking for Mi Familias.
We were in the right place. It was part of the Inn, but kind of hidden and tucked in out back halfway down a steep and unlit driveway. No sign indicating anything there. But sure enough, there it was. (There is a very small sign we missed and an arrow leading the way by the front of the Inn, but you don't notice it driving past. Just pull in when you see the Lazy Parrot Inn? You're there.
As you entered, there's a small poolside bar and a few tables for dine-in around the Inn's small pool.
A DJ was playing 1980's New Wave music and the atmosphere was casual and relaxed. Seemed most of the customers were ex-Pats from the mainland U.S.A?
Bar tender was friendly and took our order for two of their specialty pizzas. A large was $17 for a huge 16" pie. $9 for a small 10". ($1 off all pizzas on Thursday nights) Thin crust style like you'd find in Europe. Very good. We also ordered a large order of fries for $6 and got a whopping plate that must have weighed 3 lbs? We couldn't finish it between us.
There's also a decent selection of local and imported bottled beers. As well as a full bar.
We left stuffed, for only $35 including the tip. We came back again the next night as well!
I would highly recommend for casual pizza, beer, and bar food!
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