Dinner in Downtown Vineland is a delicious adventure

Last Friday night my wife and I decided to go out for dinner in Vineland. We parked our car at the angled parking spot down the street from the Old Landis Theater.

We started walking down the street and noticed how the city is constantly changing. Colorful store fronts with big colorful letters, cars parked angled on both sides of the street are the sign of a rebirth.  Chinese, Vegan, Indian and Hispanic restaurants to adorn the night.

As we continued down the street, we notice more than a normal flood of people in and out of the store fronts.

For my wife and I the choice got harder and harder, but being Puerto Rican , we wanted authentic Puerto Rican food, although all the choices were perfect for the night, we decided to have dinner at El Tuque restaurant, named after a small costal town on the southern side of Puerto Rico in the city of Ponce was our choice of the night and what a surprise.