The historic Condado Vanderbilt Hotel in Puerto Rico is set to reopen after a 20-year closure. The reopening is set to begin in stages, beginning with the 1919 restaurant featuring Michelin-starred executive chef, Juan Jose Cuevas. Chef Cuevas is a Puero Rican native whose illustrious career includes stints at New York restaurants such as Blue Hill NYC, Pluckemin Inn, and Restaurant 81. Signature dishes include: Scallop a la Plancha in an Ocean-herbal Broth; Beef Teres Major Wagyu with Fricassee of Organic Carrot, Creamed Parsley and Pickled Mustard Seed, and Eggplant Confit in Tomato Water with local cucumber and clams escabeche, parsley vinaigrette. The restaurant opens this month, with rooms to open next year.
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