Kioskos de Luquillo are a row of side-by-side food kiosks with all the best samplings of Puerto Rican cuisine. With everything from fritters to exquisite seafood, Los Kioskos de Luquillo is a popular stop for travelers visiting El Yunque, Luquillo, and Fajardo.
Los Kioskos are located right across the Montserrate Beach on Route 3, offering a beachfront, open-air dining experience. The atmosphere is casual and often visitors spend time going back and forth between the kiosks and Monserrate Beach.
Los Kioskos consists of a total of 60 kiosks identified by a name or a number. Most kiosks are restaurants, but shops like Monkey Threads #30, and Studio Coco #13 sell beach gear and souvenirs. Other kiosks are specialty bars, like Mojito Lab, located in a container between the kiosks. The Luquillo Food Kiosks evolved from their original local cuisine concept and now besides hosting restaurants with Puerto Rican traditional food (Kiosks #24, #40, and #60), it’s possible to find other favorites like Italian (Kiosk #29), Peruvian (Kiosk #38) and Caribbean (Kiosk #50) cuisines among the options.
Kioskos de Luquillo offers a wide range of prices. Some restaurants offer fine dining experiences. If you’re not in the mood for a formal dinner, hop from food kiosk to food kiosk and sample different fritters like alcapurrias, rellenos, and, pastelillos, enjoying top-notch food without breaking your budget.
Know Before You Go
The Luquillo Food Kiosks' hours vary, but you will find multiple kiosks are open daily from 11 am to 10 pm.
The kiosks are located on Route 3, if you’re coming from San Juan, you’ll need to take an exit and make a U-turn to reach them.
The food kiosks have free parking.
Some food kiosks won’t accept credit cards as a payment method, so it’s best to carry cash with you if you plan on buying snacks.
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