Picture this. You're leading a group of 6 nervous gringos on their first-time visit to Nicaragua, staying at Casa San Francisco, and want to eat dinner nearby, a "safe" yet interesting meal. I've eaten at other "name" restaurants in Grenada and thought of those, but wondered about this adjacent place, Bocadillos? Ooops, they're closed on Tuesday nights, the only night we'll be there. What to do? The hotel put me in touch with Shane and Carina, and they said they'd open up Bocadillos just for us, and put on a special meal. We were comforted by the assurance of purified water, we drank Shane's fabulous Macuas, we feasted on Carina's delicious tapas and desserts, all presented beautifully in a gorgeous setting. But above all we were treated as friends or welcome guests. It doesn't seem right to call Bocadillos just a restaurant. It's a special place where the hosts really take care of you.
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