While at the produce market (intersection of 200 and 201 highways on Vieques Island), I asked a local where to dine for fresh fish. He was very enthusiastic in his recommendation of Tito Bloque. The fresh fish and experience was wonderful. Cost for dinner for two: low 40s—compared to almost twice that at Tradewind, Bili, and the other Esperanza restaurants on the Malecón. Dine there for the quality of food and price. Don’t dine there if you expect a traditional USA restaurant experience. I enjoyed that Tito sat down at our table while he took our order, and talked about the different fish, and ways he (his wife) would cook for us. Very much a locals, not tourist place.
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