Rosa de Triana
72 Caleta de San Juan
Learn an Exotic DancePuerto Ricans dance to lively rhythms like bomba, merengue, and salsa—whether at home, at a festival, or on the streets—and they’ll be ecstatic to teach you how. To honor Puerto Rico’s Spanish heritage, Rosa de Triana serves tapas, sangria, and wine in a dimly lit room decked with Spanish posters, plates, and fans. On Fridays and Saturdays, enjoy dinner and a flamenco dancing show—a show, that is, until you start dancing too. On Thursdays, Latin music enthusiasts must stop by the Picante Lobby Bar & Lounge at the Isla Verde Beach Resort to learn to salsa.