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IHOP looking for investors to open in Costa Rica

The U.S. pancake giant sees Costa Rica as a key component of its Latin American expansion.

Hard Rock to open its first hotel in Costa Rica

Hard Rock is expanding its presence in Guanacaste with a new resort.

Crate & Barrel to invest $4 million in its first Costa Rica store

Investors said they chose Costa Rica “thanks to its political stability, its workforce availability and the competitiveness of the local market.”

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts to open in Costa Rica

The U.S.-based doughnut chain plans to open 10 shops here in the next five years.

Burger King reopens Costa Rica operations

Burger King is back in Costa Rica just eight months after the former franchisee closed its operations due to accumulated debt and other financial woes.

Chili’s opens fourth restaurant in Costa Rica

Casual Tex-Mex restaurant Chili's Grill & Bar on Monday opened a new location at Mall Paseo de las Flores in Heredia province, the chain's fourth in the country and the first outside the capital, San José.

Grupo Britt opens gourmet coffee store in San José

Look out Starbucks: Tico corporation Grupo Britt opened its first gourmet coffee store in Costa Rica this week at Multiplaza Escazú, west of the capital.

Costa Rica’s restaurant franchise sector plans new openings, more jobs

Costa Rica's restaurant sector – and specifically its fast-food sector – is showing improvement in the number of openings in the second half of this year, a trend Costa Rican Restaurants Chamber President Jorge Figueroa said is good news for job growth.

El Gallito stores close after 106 years in business; more than 200 employees dismissed

The iconic Costa Rican store Almacén El Gallito, which in recent years sold mostly party supplies and furniture, last Friday closed its seven locations in Costa Rica citing financial problems.

Juan Valdez inaugurates its first Costa Rica store

Colombian coffee giant Juan Valdez officially inaugurated the first of five stores it plans to open in Costa Rica this year, representing a total investment of $2 million.

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