From a beach side cafe to Fine Italian cuisine to Street Tacos, you will love the food everywhere in town.
Flip flops, board shorts and bikinis are welcome anywhere, but Nosara has all varieties of restaurants for you to chose from for those nights that you haven't hired a private chef at home. Not enough time to suggest all of the great restaurants in town, so here are a few of our favorites. Make sure you bring cash as many restaurants in town do not accept credit.
La Dolce Vita: Amazing Italian in the most quaint setting. Everything on the menu is amazing. Say hello to Roberto for us.
La Luna: Great sunset views from this beachside setting. Great pizza and pasta. Have Rebeca arrange for a sunset horseback ride ending with dinner at La Luna.
Beach Dog Cafe: Cool, informal setting just 3 minutes from the house. Can't go wrong with anything on the menu for all three meals. Easy to send the kids for lunch to let them get away from mom and dad for a break. Don't be suprised if their is someone singing with an accoustic a few nights a week. Mike and crew do it right.
Burgers and Beers: Just what it says. Victor's place is a must stop. 7 burgers on the menu and you gotta try them all,,, and micro brew beers. Both as good as you will find anywhere in the US.
Il Pepperoni: Obviously Italian, but great seafood menu items as well. About a 5 minute car ride, but worth the trip.
Taco Taco: Right at the main hub of town. Hand made tortillas and plenty of varieties. Better street tacos than in Mexico.
Marlin Bills: Pretty much any menu item you want. Everything from burgers and sandwiches to seafood. Bill puts on a great traditional Thanksgiving feast if you travel then.
Tibadabo: A newer mediterranean style restaurant. Just off the main street of town with a bit more of a quiet romantic setting.
The Harmony Hotel: With a full service restaurant and a juice bar, you will find something you like here. The Harmony’s restaurant showcases the bounty of the Nosara area.
These are just a few of our favorites. Don't forget to bring cash as many of the local restaurants do not accept credit.