Sorcé (sore-say) is the name of an important archaeological site located on the south side of Vieques near the town of Esperanza. A long-term excavation project on the site revealed ceramic materials from ‘La Hueca’ culture that flourished on the island between 160 BC and 500 AD. The ceramic styles found include influences from throughout the Caribbean and as far away as the Orinoco River Valley of Venezuela, suggesting Sorcé may have been a site of trade, strategically located at the entrance to the Greater Antilles.
This unique history of blending materials and cultures influences the menu of Sorcé, pulling together tastes passed down through generations of Viequense and created with locally sourced and in-season ingredients. Signature dishes include fresh-catch fish marinated in a local mojo recipe; Puerto Rican mofongo; stuffed Caribbean lobster; whole coli rubia; churrasco with garlic, brujo oregano herb; and sopa de marisco, a Viequense version of bouillabaisse, or seafood soup. The extensive wine cellar is high on premium wines from around the world, with an accent on vineyards from North and South America, and complimented with an expert list of signature cocktails and specialty rum flights.
Cuisine: Puerto Rican / Caribbean
Atmosphere: Casual Sophistication
Setting: Beach Restaurant
Dress: Smart Casual
Breakfast: 7:30am - 11am
Lunch: 11am - 5pm (Wet Menu)
Dinner: 6pm - 10pm