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The perfect spot to bring your father, this microbrewery and traditional surf and turf spot offers simple, flavorful classics in a refined mariner atmosphere. Pick your own Caribbean spiny lobster from the tank and tell the kitchen to prepare it with the citrus beurre blanc sauce, or go for the filet mignon or rib-eye. There are also Kobe and Angus steak options, burgers, and—because you are in Puerto Rico— mofongo stuffed with seafood or steak. The Santo Viejo pilsner and Coqui lager are both pleasant brews, and there are options for pale ale and stout lovers, but we like the Taina seasonable beer the best. With a formal bar, classy brew vats and smart dining room, the Old Harbor is at home in its building, a former New York Federal Bank Branch that dates from the 1920s.