The Central Coast Restaurants
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Dining is one of the great pleasures of visiting the Central Coast. It's not rare to see fishermen bringing the day's catch straight to the restaurants that inevitably line the shore. Your server will be happy to share with you which fish were caught fresh that day. Try corvina a la margarita (sea-bass in shellfish sauce) or ostiones a la parmesana (clams served with melted Parmesan cheese). The more daring can also try a batch of raw shellfish bought direct from the fishermen and served with a dash of lemon. With the exception of major holidays, reservations are almost never required for restaurants here. Most restaurants close between lunch and dinner: from 3 or 4 to 7 or 8.
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