Today's Specials Puerto Rican cuisine is a blend of Spanish, Mexican, African, American, and native Arawak and Taino influences. Shellfish, spicy stews, bacalaitos (cod fritters), and empanadillas (seafood- or meat-stuffed turnovers) are popular. So are collard greens and Galician broth. At Hotel El Convento, try El Picoteo, which specializes in tapas and ranks among Old San Juan's top restaurants.... Open 'til midnight on weekends, The Parrot Club features blackened tuna in dark-rum sauce, Latino-style flank steak, and other creole creations.... In Condado, Ajili Mojili Restaurant is the place for mofongo con camarones (mashed plantain casserole with shrimp) and other traditional fare in a plantation-style setting.... Note: Blue Agave, mentioned in the story, has since closed.