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Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula Restaurants

La Baula Pizzabar

Updated 04/14/2014

Fodor's Review

Wildly popular, this casually chic, alfresco pizzeria on a quiet side street has plenty of cars parked outside most nights, particularly Sunday when all the Tamarindo locals seem to meet and greet here. Families are especially fond of La Baula—the Costa Rican name for the leatherback turtle—because of its reasonable prices, noisy buzz, and adjacent playground and picniclike dining area, which keeps expanding to accommodate the crowds. There's also a softly lighted

dining area for more-romantic dinners. Everyone enjoys the consistently delicious thin-crust pizzas. The prosciutto, arugula, and Parmesan pizza is perfect. If you're not a fan of pizza, there's little other choice on the menu. They also serve Italian wine by the glass and a tasty little tiramisu, followed by a glass of Limoncello or Sambuca.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Next door to Dragonfly Bar & Grill, behind Banco Nacional, Tamarindo, 50309, Costa Rica

Phone:

/2653–1450

Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Updated 04/14/2014

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