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Costa Rican Food Part 3

Well I’m sitting here looking at pictures of food from Costa Rica while drinking coffee and looking at the massive snow banks outside. If you are in the North East I hope you have electricity and are safe, we really got hit hard last night here! IMG_0857I am linking up with Jen over at Peas and Crayons to bring you some warm tropical eats. 

1After we ate at Cafe Rain Forest the boyfriend was obsessed with finding hot sauce, so we went to the local grocery store to try and find it. Since I didn’t need anything I made a beeline over to the produce area to check out what they have that we in the US don’t. How cool are those plantains?! They just bring in the vine and you can snap off what you need. Later in the evening we went to a bar called Don Miguel which I can’t find anywhere online to link up and show you. It was walking distance from our hotel though. It was our favorite spot and the only thing we visited twice one of the reasons was this drink. 

IMG_0671I could drink ten of those things, it was fresh coconut water mixed with pineapple juice and some rum. It was fantastic! The next day we left La Fortuna and headed to Jaco (don’t worry tons of pictures of what we actually did coming as well!) We heard from people in La Fortuna that when they were in Jaco they had an amazing dinner at a place called Graffiti so we made a reservation at our hotel and headed there night one. 

FullSizeRender FullSizeRender (1)The place was covered by work from a local artist and they had these hooks by every table on the wall. I couldn’t understand what those were for until we sat down and our waiter brought over a board of the specials and hung them by us, so he not only told us about them but left them there so we could see them. One of them was a fish dish with shrimp stuffing that sounded amazing!

2We ate and drank for awhile and then headed out to find another bar to hang out in. The drinks at Graffiti were amazing but they were really expensive, probably same price you would find in Boston, so we headed somewhere local for awhile to get a few beers. The next morning we walked to find some breakfast and then planned our day back at the hotel. We decided to get lunch at a place called Side Street Bistro.FullSizeRender (3)

It was highly rated on Trip Adviser and we saw that you could get take out. We decided to do that and bring our lunch to the beach. While we were waiting for out sandwiches to come out we had a few beers. 

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The place was surrounded by these cool trees 

FullSizeRender (2)And the grounds had little herb gardens all around it that the chef used for his dishes. 

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It made everything so fresh and so flavorful! 

I miss the beach and the waves so much, but most of all I miss all this wonderful food I was eating! 

Happy Wednesday my friends! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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