A convenient location, free Wi-Fi, and good food make this roadside restaurant, just south of the entrance to Tárcoles, a popular pit stop for those traveling between San José and the Central Pacific beaches. The menu includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner with entrées that range from hamburgers and pasta to pizza and a pricey surf and turf. The seafood soup and fried chicken are popular with locals. Formerly on the beachfront, the restaurant is now on the main road to Jacó, so plan to hear the sound of semis while you dig into your rice and beans.
On Costanera Sur, north of gas station near Río La Pita, Tárcoles, 61102, Costa Rica