Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast Restaurants

You'll find the liveliest dining mix in the country outside San José here, especially in Manuel Antonio. The crowd of international visitors has brought about a crowd of international cuisines ranging from Japanese to Italian, but, as you'd expect in a coastal region, seafood still reigns here. For traditional Costa Rican cuisine, your best bet is a roadside soda where locals gather for their daily casado (rice, beans, plantains, and an entrée of chicken, beef, or fish).

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  • 1. Mirador Restaurant

    $$$$ | Eclectic

    White tablecloths, glass walls, and yellow-and-blue-checkered curtains contribute to the sophisticated but not overly stuffy atmosphere of this...Read More

  • 2. La Lanterna

    $$ | Italian

    Owned by a Milanese member of Quepos's small but visible Italian community, La Lanterna has a healthy selection of pastas, seafood, and meat...Read More

  • 3. Nuevo Latino

    $$$$ | Latin American

    The most formal restaurant at the Los Sueños Resort (though dress is still Costa Rican casual) has large arched windows facing cascading water...Read More

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