[Event] Brunch at Mist Rooftop Bar + Kitchen

introMist Rooftop Bar + Kitchen at the San Juan Water and Beach Club has become the place to be every Sunday for their unbelievable brunch, relaxing setting and cool atmosphere. Surrounded by the beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and cool tropical breeze, its the perfect surroundings for the creations of Chef Raul Correa.

We commenced our culinary experience with a traditional latte and expresso, that was the perfect company to our strawberry muddle. The bartender was precise with the iced Moet and Chandon with lemon and strawberries which is an experience by itself.

We continued with amazing appetizers of shrimp toast with chipotle mayo, soy vinaigrette and an order of avocado toast with eggs, bacon and tomato. They were able to accommodate special request for those who are vegan and/or vegetarian. The textures and savory flavors are not for the shy or modest.


The kitchen staff was on point and kept us intrigued and eager for the next course. We moved on to the ‘benedicto’, a lovely plate of white rice croquettes, topped of with ‘lechón’ (roasted pork), eggs, hollandaise sauce and ‘chicharron’ (fresh pork rinds).


We progressed to the huevos jíbaros, that were medium eggs, ‘ajili mojili’ sauce, ‘morcilla’ (local sausage), local cheese and avocado.


We finished off with the waffles that were an amazing mallorca bread, bananas, fried chicken and bacon jam, for those who like to venture in the sweet and salty.


The outstanding service, Chef Correa’s innovative menu and fabulous location are what make brunch at Mist Rooftop Bar + Kitchen a culinary experience.



[Save The Date] David Antonio: Bhutan SS ’16

daDavid Antonio is one of those artists with an enviable imagination, and seeks only one thing: beauty. He is also an inveterate dreamer who goes mad with the traditions of distant countries that are not quite on par with what some call progress and technology.

His most recent collection “Bhutan” will be presented at the Caribe Hilton Hotel on Thursday, September 24th at 7:00 pm as part of the distinguished re-launching of the La Rotisserie, a space where the most important fashion shows of the 1990s occurred.

For this occasion, David Antonio was immersed in the magical kingdom of Bhutan, a small country in South Asia with a dramatic topography led by the Himalayan mountains. Bhutan is not an ordinary country. It is small in size but enormous in landscapes, culture, color and above all, they maintain a vision of respect for animals, nature, and human relations, which is a priority for the designer.

“I read that Bhutan was one of the happiest countries in the world and became interested in learning more about them,” said the designer. “… I find that the way they love life, colors and even the way they dress relate to me.”

The hairstyles are a creation of Alis Tavarez ; makeup design is Fernando Rodriguez. Accessories are by Sonia Bonilla, La Lilly, Eva Guadalupe and a new line including handbags, bracelets and brooches created by David Antonio himself. This event is by invitation only and there are limited spaces. For more information contact (787 ) 727-3885 .