Pandeli Bakery (17 Calle Pedro Marquez at the corner of Calle Escudero, Carr. 250, 787/742-0296, Mon.–Sat. 5:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 6:30 a.m.–5 p.m., $2.25–5.95) is a cool, modern, cozy bakery serving breakfast, sandwiches, burgers, empanadas, and pastries. There’s also a small selection of dry goods and wines.
Hot pizza and ice-cold beer are the reasons to visit El Oasis (Calle Pedro Marquez, Dewey, 787/742-3175, Thurs.–Mon. 6–10 p.m., $7–20, cash only). The menu includes a few pasta dishes and salads, and the bar is a popular gathering spot for the drinking crowd.
Visitors to Playa Flamenco  can find sustenance at Coconuts Beach Grill (in front of Culebra Beach Villas, $3–6, cash only). Its hours are irregular, but usually on the weekends this casual open-air eatery serves a limited selection of sandwiches and cocktails.