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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 Costa Rica Path: Java Coffee in Playas Del Coco

For the first time ever, I present to you: Java Coffee in Playas Del Coco. Just in time for those of you planning to spend Semana Santa in Guanacaste. This is a great place to start your day. Jav

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: Santa Ana Farmers Market

This week I’ll highlight an assortment of different and delicious street foods at a place that doubles as a cost-effective alternative to your local chain grocery store.

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.

Off the eaten path: Ristopizza Napolitano A Vit è N’Attim

In late September of 2016, the D’Angelo family moved from Naples, Italy to Playas del Coco, Costa Rica. Now they’re pumping out some of the best pizza in Costa Rica.

Off the eaten path: La Deportiva Charlie’s Bar

As its name implies, La Deportiva Charlie’s Bar is a sports bar. But it’s not one of the many copy-and-paste American sports bars all around Costa Rica.

Off the eaten path: Pollos Male

For more than 20 years, there’s been a fire burning nearly every day in Escazú. To find it, look for a smokestack towering up in the sky and follow the smell of delicious roast chicken.

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.
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