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Unforgettable Culinary Delights in “El Campo”: 4 Dining Experiences to Savor in Puerto Rico’s Countryside

Puerto Rico is known for its stunning mountain scenery and lush forests, and what better way to enjoy the views than with a delicious meal at a restaurant with a view of “el campo.” Here are four dining experiences not to miss in Puerto Rico:

El Campo es Leña

El Campo es Leña: Nestled in the town of Adjuntas, Puerto Rico, El Campo es Leña offers a unique culinary experience with its artisanal brick oven pizzas and specialty cocktails. What sets El Campo es Leña apart is its delicious pizza crust, which is infused with a smoky, wood-fired flavor. However, the real showstopper is the stunning view of the mountains and surrounding terrain that can be enjoyed from the restaurant’s outdoor terrace. To reach this hidden gem, visitors must navigate winding roads until El Campo es Leña appears on the horizon like a mirage, making the journey all the more worthwhile.

Casa Vieja, Ciales, Puerto Rico

Casa Vieja: Located in the Central Mountain Range of Ciales, northwest of Orocovis and south of Manatí, this quaint restaurant specializes in traditional Puerto Rican cuisine. True to its name, Casa Vieja features an old-house aesthetic that transports you to a bygone era. Inside, the restaurant is decorated with antique sofas and chairs, vintage cameras, vinyl records, and fresh mint at the bar (perfect for their signature mojitos). The highlight, however, is the open windows that offer breathtaking views of the Ciales mountains. Outside, a deck provides more seating with the same stunning view. The menu pays homage to Puerto Rican “abuelitas” and their kitchen secrets, featuring a small but flavorful selection of dishes. Some must-tries include the “Pastel al Caldero,” a soup made of the same ingredients found in a traditional Puerto Rican “pastel,” cooked low and slow in a “caldero,” a traditional cooking pot used for rice and other dishes in Puerto Rico. The result is a magical combination of flavors that will leave you wanting more. Another favorite is the “Pastelillo de Bistec,” a Puerto Rican turnover filled with tender pieces of steak and cheese, while the “Bolitas de Mofongo” are a perfect appetizer. For a group, try the “Palangana,” a sampler platter featuring a little bit of everything. Whatever you order, it will be delicious, and be sure to try one of their mojitos, which come in over ten different flavors.

Finca Vista Bella

Finca Vista Bella: Who says you can’t grow grapes in the Caribbean? Located in the charming town of Jayuya, Puerto Rico, Finca Vista Bella is a vineyard that offers more than just a stunning view. It’s a thriving farm filled with a variety of fruits, including grapes, which are used to produce artisanal wines. The wines, sold under the brand Chateau d’Amelia, are all handmade on-site, with some grapes imported from other parts of the world to achieve the desired flavor profile. Visits to the winery are by reservation only, with a range of options to choose from, including farm tours with wine tastings and food pairings. The menu also features delicious food items that are highly recommended by diners.

Bacoa Finca + Fogón
Bacoa Finca + Fogón, Juncos, Puerto Rico

Bacoa Finca + Fogón is nestled in the town of Juncos, Puerto Rico, surrounded by lush vegetation, a small pond, and a tranquil ambiance. The restaurant is dedicated to showcasing traditional Puerto Rican cuisine with a modern twist, using ingredients sourced from their very own farm. With a commitment to sustainability and farm-to-table practices, Bacoa offers an unparalleled dining experience that highlights the island’s rich culinary heritage. We highly recommend trying the snapper.

No matter which of these restaurants you choose, you’re sure to enjoy delicious food and stunning views of Puerto Rico’s breathtaking country scenery. For more things to do in “el campo,” check out these recommendations in Adjuntas, Puerto Rico.

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