Thursday night is burger and deli night (surprisingly good burgers and sandwiches). The rest of the time, Casa de Las Tias serves up tasty Puerto Rican cuisine like pork tenderloin, cod fish, and ropa vieja, slow cooked stewed beef, as well as ratatouille and fricassee. The beautifully restored residence housing the restaurant is adorned with the work of local master artist Antonio Martorell. For dessert, try the almond flan or the “drunken cake,” a homemade rum, red wine, and brandy soaked sponge cake with fruit syrup. Run by media personalities, the place always has a hip crowd.