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San Juan Restaurant Rec for 48

I am planning my company's incentive trip to San Juan, PR April 7 - 10 and we are staying at the El San Juan. Since my only experience visiting San Juan is in 2012 on a 4 hour layover where I had breakfast in Old San Juan, I am in desperate need of some help!

I have 48 total guests to entertain. I'm looking for guidance with must see/do attractions/excursions, and a restaurant for an offsite dinner on Saturday night. Typically I like to plan an experience along with dinner. For example, last year we went to the Graycliff in the Bahamas which is a hotel, chocolate factory, holds the third oldest private wine collection in the world, has a cigar factory all while being a very well known and excellent restaurant. We had cocktails in the terrace and had free reign to peruse the property. In small groups we were taken on wine cellar tours and given a history lesson until we were seated for dinner. After a wonderful 3 course pre-fixed meal, everyone was offered after dinner drinks and hand rolled cigars. While I'm not looking for the exact same itinerary, I'd like to find something that would offer a similar experience.

Any suggestions/recommendations on a location for a 48 person dinner location with Puerto Rican influence and a wonderful experience, I'm all ears!

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