The old Old San Juan is still alive at this nightspot, a bar and restaurant that has been drawing hipsters since Hunter S. Thompson hung out here in the early 1960s. The dining room is in a large interior courtyard surrounded by the work of fine local artists, including prints by masters from the famed Generacion de los 50s (Generation of the 1950s), greats like Rafael Tufino and Lorenzo Homar who worked and lived in or near San Juan for much of their lives. There’s live music usually guitar players at the bar, but the chatter is always engaging, and while Puerto Rican food is served here, the burgers and bar food are a much better bet.