This is red sauce heaven, from the clams posillipo to the sausage and peppers to the baked ziti to the linguini and clam sauce. The Julius Cesar sub is actually New Jersey-style with the oregano, oil, and vinegar just right, and the pizza here pays much more attention to the tomato sauce than most versions in San Juan, just like at the Jersey Shore boardwalk. There are tasty steaks, other continental classics such as chicken Francaise, and Italian favorites liked baked chicken parmigiana. Several affordable wines are available by the glass, and the house sangria packs a punch. Half the place is a non-descript deli and the other half a more refined bar and dining area, but you want to sit at the terraces out front, regardless of which side of the restaurant it fronts. The view and food are the same.