This place was recommended by our tour guide and I get the feeling there's some mutual back-scarching in the local tourist industry. But we were not at all led astray. If you like to get away from the buzz of the commercial strip then this is a place for you. We enjoyed a lovely view of the sunset from one of a handfull of open-air tables on top of a small bluff over-looking the ocean. The sangria was supposedly touted as the best in Costa Rica by Lonely Planet and it was as good as any we've ever had. We didn't eat much but I like to try the local fish soup and it was great. A real fun place for those who like rustic charm off the beaten track.
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