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Costa Rica Dining

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Restaurante Furca, San Jose, Costa Rica

Situated just outside the city center in Rhomoser, Furca boasts a farm to table philosophy and rare dining experience in San Jose, Costa Rica. With its own herb and vegetable garden, Furca’s chef hand picks the fresh ingredients each amazing dish is prepared with. Soft music, candlelight, amazing food, and good wine- now that’s what we’re talkin’ about.


Gondola Gourmet Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica

With a focused on Italian and gourmet food, Gondola Gourmet is a family owned restaurant right in the heart of the jungle. Often referred to as a “hidden gem”, the proprietress of this delectable italian treat strives to make each guest feel at home by personally greeting each table and offering the specials of the evening. Excellent food, a comprehensive wine list and ambiance- what more could you ask for? We think- not much.

Hard Rock Cafe San Jose, Costa Rica

At Hard Rock cafe in San José, you’ll enjoy a classic Hard Rock experience with a little taste of Costa Rica. Enjoy the view of lush, majestic mountains from any seat in the cafe, especially those near the 360-degree stage that “imitates” the surrounding area to offer a perfect view of the outside.

8ctavo Rooftop

8ctavo Rooftop is a new, ultra stylish, destination restaurant and cocktail bar located on the 8th floor of the new Sheraton Hotel in in Escazú. The style, atmosphere and design of 8ctavo Rooftop rivals those found in all the top cities around the world. Rich colors, fabric and metallic textures, awaken your senses, and as you move towards the bar, the wow factor hits as you see the valley of San José displayed from the 8th floor, rooftop panoramic view through floor to ceiling windows. The 8ctavo menu concept has been the brain child of one Michael Katz, a well traveled globe trotter and restaurant connoisseur who has been evolving the menu from experience infused with fresh local produce.

Grano de Oro

What started as a simple hotel caf– has expanded to become one of the country’s finest restaurants with well-earned reputation. Casually elegant, this restaurant is situated off the Grano de Oro Hotel’s central courtyard which provides for pleasant seating options on cooperative days. A Frech chef is behind the European menu has Costa Rican influences and changes regularly, featuring seafood, beef, chicken and vegetable offerings. If it’s available on your visit, try the macadamia-encrusted covina or the Gorgonzola-stuffed filet mignon, but truly whatever you choose will shine. And most certainly make room for dessert as the offerings here are scrumptious.

Product C

Product C is part of a growing group of restaurants in Costa Rica that embodies the locally grown movement, serving fresh-caught seafood that spends very little time between the water and the table. What started as a beachside fish shop in the surf town of Mal Pais has blossomed into two modern concept restaurants in the capital city of San Jose that serve locally and sustainably caught seafood including four kinds of ceviche and raw warm-water oysters. The chef works with the fishermen directly, then brings his creativity to each dish, and the results are fresh, flavorful, and perhaps even unforgettable.