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Off the eaten path: Aguila y Sol

After moving to Costa Rica five years ago from Mexico City for work, Gerard Tanc and his wife Isabel Favero were disappointed to find...

Off the eaten path: Pescadería Bertil

I was recently enjoying some summer weather at the beach, in Jacó, when I got a craving for some ceviche – a natural reaction when you spend time near the ocean.

Off the eaten path: Aroi Thai

Aro Thai was the first Thai restaurant in Costa Rica. They started as a delivery-only service before opening a restaurant in Ciudad Colon in 2013. Then they closed about six months ago and recently reemerged in the Mata Ratonda district of San José.

Off the eaten path: Salt Traders

Salt Traders doesn’t always have food. As their name implies, their main trade is peddling salt. They also sell some of the best burgers in the country.

Throwback Thursday: Making cocktails with Cacique

In this Throwback Thursday we revisit one of our classic videos on how to make cocktails with Costa Rica's classic spirit: Cacique.

Bribri Springs Brewery: Bending the craft beer rules in Puerto Viejo

Justin Tayler “JT” Ficociello is a happy craft beer brewer. The U.S. expat lives in Puerto Viejo and gets to do what he loves ever since he was a 14-year-old teenager in Vermont.

Off the eaten path: Don Doner

While Don Doner is named after the doners it sells, the french fries here are quite possibly the best in the country.

Off the eaten path: Cebolla Verde

For the last 20 years, La Cebolla Verde has been an icon along the calle vieja – or old road – that winds its way up and down between Santa Ana and Escazu. You might’ve noticed something different in the past six months though.

Off the eaten path: Lidia’s Place

Lidia's Place has turned into a must-stop in Puerto Viejo.

Off the eaten path: Wong’s

Just up the street from the Jade Museum in San José, there’s a Chinese-style roof displaying a large gold and red sign with a glaring typo: there’s no “t” at the end of the word “restaurant.”
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