Caliche’s Wishbone – Jaco, CR

After watching an episode about Jaco on the Travel Channel, I NEEDED to check out a few places they featured including Caliche’s Wishbone. This restaurant has been one of my favorites so far in Costa Rica - everyone knows I love a tuna poke but the mouthwatering wood oven stuffed potato has inspired me to bring a similar dish back to the US. I would return to

Caliche’s Wishbone – Jaco, CR2016-12-04T22:26:17-05:00

Pacifico Beach Club – Playa del Coco, CR

After looking at the menu for Pacifico on Tripadvisor, I was super excited to check out this place and enjoy the ocean view sunset {they’re located straight on the sand!} They used to be a members only beach club but are now open to the public – yippee! We headed over on Friday and enjoyed live music, happy hour, oceanfront sunset, and really fresh food. We

Pacifico Beach Club – Playa del Coco, CR2016-12-04T22:26:23-05:00

Hardrock Guanacaste – Playa del Coco, CR

After being in the middle of no where in Playa Dante for the past month, we were shocked to arrive in Coco and see this HUGE Hardrock in a large plaza {Pacifico}. Some of the guys in Las Catalinas told us about it but we kind of laughed it off, “we aren’t going to go there.” Guess what was the first place we ate at in

Hardrock Guanacaste – Playa del Coco, CR2016-12-04T22:26:33-05:00

Cafe de Playa – Playa del Coco, CR

Coco is fun because there are so many different restaurants to explore {my favorite!} This boutique hotel is popping with pink {another favorite}, friendly staff, and perfect oceanfront views but the restaurant is lacking with overpriced and average food. We ordered a tuna tartare, stuffed mushrooms, and a seafood platter – all were pretty disappointing. If you’re in the area looking for a chic place, I

Cafe de Playa – Playa del Coco, CR2016-12-04T22:26:42-05:00

Java 654 Coffee Shop – Playa del Coco, CR

Stumbled upon this little gem when the internet went out at our apartment during work hours and Java Coffee saved us {with internet + caffeine}. Java 654 is a great little coffee shop in the front of the Las Palmas neighborhood with a welcoming staff, fresh coffee and food, and great internet! They have indoor and outdoor seating, a book exchange, and games to play. They

Java 654 Coffee Shop – Playa del Coco, CR2016-12-04T22:26:48-05:00

Ceviche Piano – Downtown Miami

We were lucky enough to find this place on a late off night. It was a rainy Wednesday when we stumbled upon Ceviche Piano. We rarely venture off into Downtown Miami except our usual spots because many places are only open during the day for the local businesses and it's pretty much a ghost town. The food was delicious, the service was great, and the

Ceviche Piano – Downtown Miami2016-12-04T22:29:16-05:00

NIU Kitchen – Catalan Cuisine

If you're in the downtown Miami area and looking for a delicious place to dine - you want to check out NIU Kitchen. Don't let its tiny door and quiet neighborhood fool you, this Catalan cuisine is rich and flavorful (and effortlessly romantic). It's a narrow rustic space consisting of one refurbished wood wall and one chalk board wall, high ceilings, low lighting, and Spanish tapas. They suggested ordering two

NIU Kitchen – Catalan Cuisine2016-12-04T22:29:26-05:00
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