With Father’s Day only a few days away on Sunday June 16, many of us are searching for that perfect gift for Dad.  This year, however, Flavors of San Juan suggests you skip the traditional ties or golf balls route, and treat Dad to a real evening out on the town: out in the oldest town running under the American flag, Old San Juan in sunny Puerto Rico! Look no further for a family outing for your upcoming Caribbean vacation, we’ve got the best of Puerto Rican cuisine and culture right here, all rolled into one!Why take Dad out to just one restaurant this Father’s Day when you can visit not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 different restaurants in just one evening?! Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours invites you to share with us in a fun-filled evening where we’ll take Dad, Mom, and the whole family across blue cobbled-stoned streets, into old jail cells, all while  noshing on local, yummy treats, and sipping on some of Dad’s favorite drinks.Traveling with the family? Not a problem, kids 5 and under go for free! Hey Mom, want to find a way to finally get Dad into the kitchen? Ask for one of our Chef for a Day experiences, where your private chef will teach both of you how to make a full Puerto Rican meal, start to finish! And kids, if you’re looking for a cool, new way to bond with Dad, why not take him on our Rum or Coffee Tasting? Not only will you get to enjoy these great beverages, you’ll turn Dad into a connoisseur!

Dad always taught us to eat well and finish our food. For the foodie in all of us, show him you were listening by letting him enjoy his special day to the max. We’ll take care of the dishes!  😉

Book your tour, tasting or class today at www.sanjuanfoodtours.com or call 787-964-2447

***Flavors of San Juan does not operate tours on Sunday, June 16, but is happy to offer a 10% discount to all those foodies who book foodie tours running 2 days before or 2 days after Father’s Day. Simply enter promo code: FATHERSDAY when booking!

Smiles from San Juan,

Mikol Hoffman, manager and foodie aficionado

 

Explore the cobblestoned streets of San Juan