Parrot Club

Parrot Club

Map
363 Calle Fortaleza, San Juan, 00901, Puerto Rico

The first restaurant from Puerto Rican dining empire OOF Restaurants, the Parrot Club is a brightly colored restaurant is housed in a renovated 1902 factory building. The interior is accented with tropical décor, including palm trees on the walls, and elements of the building’s original design like archways and high beamed ceilings. Chef Guillermo Gonzalez calls on Spanish and African influences to create Nuevo Latino dishes, including the ropa vieja nachos and Caribbean spiced grouper. Live Latin jazz adds to the atmosphere on Saturday evenings, and a weekend brunch is available.

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