Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz sizzles with culture and energy. The historic city is considered an epicenter of Costa Rican folklore, and is a magnet for those interested in experiencing traditional food, music, dance and festivals. The month of July is especially busy with local festivals, and Santa Cruz’s notorious annual rodeo takes place in January.
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5 based on 32 reviews
Stop Cafe is a cozy place on the main road going to Tamarindo between Huacas and Villarreal, you will see our big logo on the window.We serve breakfast and lunch. Authentic Costa Rican coffee, expresso machine , pastries , burritos , quiche , lunch specia
I have stopped here several times in the past few years and every time the coffee is excellent! Their snacks and meals are very good and the service always makes you feel welcome. One of my favourite coffee stops.Hello Scott sorry for our late response , thanks for your nice words, you are always welcome!!!
4 based on 133 reviews
Great food and prices for the adventurous that want to try the energizing peruvian ceviche or for the most conservative that want a fine Tuna steak or a good hamburguer. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Surf videos, bar and great music.
Was there during World Cup this year....very good service, drinks and food. Enjoyed relaxing out of the sun with a cold one! The meals were very good, esp the fresh fish plates. Very nice smoothies too. A very nice setting to watch the waves and surfers. Friendly and helpful staff everytime.
5 based on 78 reviews
Right on the beach, so they have the view and they position the tables right underneath the trees. The shakes are very tasty, we received the message, they never add sugar...Try a Papaya/Banana shake itÂ´s very tasty. We had the Huevos Rancheros as breakfast, compared to other breakfasts we had in Costa Rica: great!
4 based on 107 reviews
Space where you can experience the real meaning of Pura Vida, share a beer with your friends at sunset or good music watching the stars in one of the most beautiful places in the North Pacific Coast, Tamarindo.
We visited this place for Ice cream cones one hot afternoon and checked out the other small food stands. All of them looked clean and nice. We went back for dinner and enjoyed some Pancit. The Bar is set up in a small boat. Interesting!
5 based on 563 reviews
The food was so fresh. Farm to table, sea to table. Just delicious. We enjoyed three different salads and three different entrees. All were great. We had chicken, fish of the day and Shrimp.
5 based on 242 reviews
We create a relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy delicious homemade breakfast / brunch. We also offer a variety of international dishes at night. Coktails are served till 2 pm. If you are around Tamarindo don` t miss to enjoy a very nice place, and do n
The food is fantastic! Had the gallo pinto, the typical Costa Rican meal and it was perfect! The homemade bread is fantastic, daughter asked if we could buy a whole loaf. The avocado toast, best we have ever had. And the lemonade, wow!!! Everything was wonderful and we are so glad we found this place! Oh and you have to get a piece of the chocolate chip banana bread to go! Yummmy!!!!!Thanks for your commentAlways appreciated and very kind of you
4 based on 759 reviews
La Bodega is an organic cafe/store located in Tamarindo, Guanacaste. We carry foods and specialty items made 100% in Costa Rica. Fresh homemade sandwiches, salads, baked goods, coffee and drinks are available daily! We provide organic, sustainable and loc
Visited here for lunch after spending the morning at a pretty secluded beach about 10 miles away. We purposefully avoided the restaurants facing the beach. Found this little gem quite by accident. For $11USD I had a grilled Caribbean chicken sandwich, fried plantains and hibiscus lemonade.All absolutely delicious.Hi MauiPigFarmer,Thank you for the excellent review!We are very happy that you wandered away from the main strip and came and found us :)And more so that you found us worth the extra exploration ;)Safe Travels!Buki
5 based on 336 reviews
Santa Rita CafÃ© is a small coffee shop located at the heart of Tamarindo. Its a family owned business designed to stand out creatively and gastronomically. Established by a couple (an architect and a chef), the idea is to create experiences while offering
Weâve been to Tamarindo many times but just discovered this gem of a cafe (itâs on the second floor of a building set back a bit from Calle Central). A variety of tasty breakfasts and lunches (the homemade banana bread French toast is to die for), refreshing smoothies, and a cheery decor with indoor and shaded outdoor seating make it a lovely spot for breakfast/lunch. The barrista is superb and makes the most delicious almond milk cappuccinos Iâve ever had (soooo much better than Starbucks). I love this place!!
5 based on 98 reviews
The real deal...Organic, whole foods made with love using the best local ingredients available, always! Vegetarian and vegan friendly, but also serving delicious, satisfying breakfast and lunches for every diet! Homemade sweet treats, superfood smoothies
We recently rented a home and had Jen cater in 3 meals along with some snacks and desert items! So grateful we choose this route! The food was delicious and worth the price - especially given the meals were delivered right to our kitchen! Lots of items to choose from, we had a group of 8 people and everyone was happy! No risk at all working with Jen, would highly recommend!Thanks so much for leaving a review, I appreciate it!
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