Medalla Light Beer on Beach with Animated Waves

BARS in Isabel II

North Side of the Island

Bar Plaza

tel: +1- 787-741-2176 Pub Food & Drinks. Located in the Town Plaza. πŸ“

El Sombrero Viejo Bar & Liquor Store

tel: +1-787-741-2416 Full Bar and Temperature Controlled Wine Room.πŸ“ Noon - After Midnight

El Yate

tel: +1-787-741-4191 Local Food & Fresh Fish, Near Ferry Dock. πŸ“ Daily 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Isla Nena Cafe

tel: +1-787-741-4111 Fun food at the airport. Excellent Chinese Dumplings. πŸ“ Daily 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Mama Mia’s Bar & Restaurant

tel: +1-787-692-0742 Grilled Meats, Pasta, Pizza and More, Delivery Available. πŸ“ Daily 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Mango Public House

tel: +1-939-891-2764 Elegant, Casual, Upscale Pub. Breezy Jungle Setting. πŸ“ Friday - Monday 3:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Saint Voodoos Mar Azul

tel: +1-787-741-3400 Pub Food & Sunsets, Ocean View, Saturday Night Karaoke. πŸ“ Thursday - Monday 4:00PM - Midnight

BARS in Esperanza

South Side of the Island

Bananas Beach Bar & Grill

🌐 tel: +1-787-741-8700 Open Air Bar & Grill on the Malecon, Happy Hour and Specials.πŸ“ Daily 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM


🌐 tel: +1-787-435-6585 Local Dishes, Fresh Fish Specials, Comfort Food and Happy Hour on the Malecon.πŸ“ Tuesday – Sunday 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Lazy Jack’s

🌐 tel: +1-787-741-1447 Beach Bar, Pizza, Burgers and Sandwiches. πŸ“ Sunday – Thursday 8:30 AM – Midnight, Friday – Saturday 8:30 AM – 2:30 AM

Robin’s Mojito Bar & Grill

🌐 tel: +1-787-427-4574 Mojitos, Cocktails, Colmado and Groceries. Across from Hacienda Tamarindo.πŸ“ Sunday – Thursday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM, Friday – Sunday 12:00 Noon - Midnight

What 2 Drink

Rum Punch with Cherry on Top Beachside

Another Rum Punch, Please!

Vieques is the perfect place to have a 🍹 and relax while enjoying the peaceful, tranquil aqua-colored waters and island breezes of the Caribbean. One of Vieques Island's most infamous cocktail drinks is its rum punch. It only takes one to get the party started, two to tango and three to Tear Da Roof Off. Each bar has it's own specific take on it

Rum Punch Recipe
September 20th is National Rum Punch Day, so wherever you are that day enjoy a taste of Vieques!

BILI, The Drink of Vieques Patronales!

Bili is a local drink found during Vieque Island's Carnival Patronales and summer celebrations. It is rum that has been fermented with Quenepas. Quenepas are added to white rum along with vanilla, brown sugar, cinnamon, etc. and then is stored in a dark place for about 1 month. The Quenepa is a small edible tropical fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp that grows locally and typically ripens during the summer.

COQUITO for the Holidays!

Vieques Island’s most favorite ?? drink is made with rum, coconut milk, coconut cream, sweet condensed milk, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Check out the following recipe on the Food Network and for a more elaborate version visit Martha Stewart's website.

If you can't make it to Vieques for the winter holidays, El Museo del Barrio in New York City hosts an annual Coquito Tasting Contest during the month of December.

MEDALLA LIGHT, The Local Cerveza

Puerto Rico's first and top selling light 🍺 is Medalla Light. There is no Regular Medalla, just light exists and this year with the introduction of Medalla Light into the US the name has been revamped to Medalla Premium Light. The light lager style brewed beer is found at every bar on the island and some say it is more popular than water.