From the Luquillo food kiosks to the El Yunque rainforest, the menus will offer a culinary tour inspired by Chef Pagán’s “Enchanted Island” hometown. Guests can expect creative takes on traditional Puerto Rican favorites including a Mofongo Relleno con Guisado de Mariscos (mashed plantains with local seafood), Mar y Tierra (pan seared wreckfish with roasted pork, rice and pigeon peas), Flan de queso, and more. The full menu can be found on the Wild Common website.
The dinners are $85 per person and reservations are available via Resy. Please note that allergies and dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated for this special pop-up series. A portion of all proceeds from the events will be donated to Chef José Andres’ non-profit World Central Kitchen. Since Hurricane Maria in 2017, #ChefsforPuertoRico continues to remain active on the island and has served more than 3.7M meals to date.
- Sunday, June 27th
- Sunday, July 25th
- Sunday, August 29th
Reservation times are at 6 pm, 7 pm, and 8 pm
Wild Common is located at 103 Spring Street.
Below is sample menu of what you could see during one of these events:
Alcapurrias de Carne
Root Vegetables Dumpling Stuffed with Ground Beef
Cod Fritter with Cilantro and Roasted Garlic
Tostones con Salmorejo de Cangrejos
Plantain with Blue Crab Stew
Mofongo Relleno con Guisado de Mariscos
Mashed Plantains Stuffed with Local Seafood
“Mar y Tierra” Arroz con Gandules y Pernil Asado
Pan-Seared Wreckfish with Roasted Pork, Rice, and Pigeon Peas
Chef Orlando’s Mom’s Flan de Queso
Buñuelos de Yuca en Almíbar
The restaurant will have special wine pairings available upon request.
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