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Nos alegra ofrecer comida típico de Costa Rica y los Estados Unidos, cafe caliente, cerveza fría, música en vivo cada jueves, y espacio afuera para disfrutar a la naturaleza. Estamos un restaurante de la comunidad! Vengan para compartir comida rica y relajen un rato con sus amigos aquí. Nos avisa que la hora de cerrar (9:30pm) es solamente para la cocina... El bar queda abierto hasta ustedes no quieren mas guaro! * * * * * * * * * We're happy to offer typical Costa Rican and American dishes, hot coffee, cold beer, live music every Thursday, and an outdoor space to enjoy the natural environment. We're a community restaurant! Come to share a great meal and relax for a while with your friends.
We came here for quick lunch. Their service is good, the waitress was friendly. I got the burrito my wife got the cheeseburger. The food was very good, the beer was cold the service was good and we were very happy with our lunch.
We just happened upon The Shack while exploring the area. We stopped in for lunch and were very happy we did! The guacamole was perfect! Homemade chips to go with it. We gobbled that up quick! We had some yummy Guaro infused lemonades and burgers...More
The food and atmosphere were very homey, and down to earth. It seemed to be a popular place for locals to hang out, and there was a nice feeling of community. The food was tasty, well-prepared, and was like home cooking.
This was a great...More
Once we found the Shack we basically ate breakfast there everyday for the rest of trip. Their waffles were great. I had the tipico breakfast which was exactly how it was supposed to taste. My friends loved the smoothies, but I always drank their guaro...More
Every Wednesday I play 9 at Conchal with my buds and we go to (not do) lunch. One of my favorites is hitting the Shack for their chili. My waitress Jossy knows how to serve it... Dry, hot and with rice and onions. This is...More
on the first day visited the local town to buy some snacks while waiting for our taxi called in for a beer or two and to listen to a guitarist and saxophonist, they do food although we didn't have time to sample any.....gave us a...More
Response from rjnuthouse | Reviewed this property |
Yes they are. At the time we were there they did the exchange rate as 500 colones was equal to 1 US dollar when charging your card. We had a card that didn't charge any international fee also so it was a pretty good deal.
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