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Rhythm is King
"...swiveling hips. Things are usually a bit quieter at Borinquen, the cozy south-side cocina known for Puerto Rican home..."

June 25, 1999 Music Review by Jay Hardwig

Automat
Pacific Rim & Caribbean
"...Borinquen..."

July 9, 1999 Food Feature

Food-o-File
If you're like me, Cuisines editor Virginia B. Wood writes in this week's Food-o-File, and wondered why April came and went without the usual anti-hunger fundraising dinner, here's the scoop on what's happening.
"...11am-5pm, Tuesdays through Sundays… Austin's only Puerto Rican restaurant, Borinquen (2728 S. Congress, 443-4252), recently reopened under new management..."

June 15, 2001 Food Column by Virginia B. Wood

Second Helpings: Water's Edge
Austin's Pacific Rim and Caribbean restaurants in this week's Second Helpings.

Jan. 12, 2001 Food Column

A World in Which All Worlds Fit
"...Realm) to the restaurants (Green Mesquite, Shady Grove, El Borinquen, Artz Ribhouse, Guero's, Curra's, the Filling Station, Polvo's, Treehouse..."

Dec. 4, 1998 Music Feature by Jay Hardwig

Public Notice
"...town. Miguel's La Bodega, Ruta Maya, Pato's Tacos, and Borinquen are the sites for food, music, art, and more...."

May 16, 1997 Column by Kate X Messer

Puerto Rican Literature The Land of the Brave Lord
"...is derived from the indigena name of his homeland, Borinquen, or "Land of the Brave Lord," from which it..."

Feb. 2, 1996 Books Feature

The Fellowship of the Tortilla
Peña Unites Central-American Folk
"...and other hot and danceable forms can be difficult. "Borinquen (on South Congress) was the first place to start..."

Oct. 20, 1995 Music Feature

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