The indoor-outdoor Café y Macadamia Restaurant, scenically located above the village of Río Piedras, has for several years been a busy tourist stop for breakfast, lunch and long lake and volcano views. Locals, too, love owner Marcos Vega’s work-of-art salads, huge sandwiches, incredible fruity pastries and more satisfying choices. Finally, it will be among the lake’s choices for dinner, with Marcos now serving his excellent food from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
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