Where to Eat around The Westin Golf Resort & Spa, Playa Conchal
Collected by Westin AFAR
The beaches and inland regions of Costa Rica's Guanacaste province are known for their jaw-dropping natural beauty and wildlife, as well as their delicious eats, laid-back nightlife, outdoor adventures, and surprisingly good shopping. Here’s your guide to what you shouldn’t miss during your stay in paradise.
152, de, Calle San Javier, Guanacaste Province, Villareal, Costa Rica
For fresh Argentinian fare—with everything from authentic empanadas and steak—this is the place. The smell of smokey barbecue will draw you in and you'll find yourself lingering on their casual outdoor patio. Enjoy a full on dinner or light drinks...
Main road to Tamarindo, 500m SW from Auto Mercado, in front of El Tesoro, Provincia de Guanacaste, Tamarindo, 50309, Costa Rica
Located on the warm sands of Tamarindo Beach, Pangas Beach Club is the perfect place to enjoy fresh, gourmet cuisine just feet from the surf. Great for lunch or a romantic candle lit dinner, Pangas has great food and a wonderful, relaxed tropical...
Provincia de Guanacaste, Huacas, Costa Rica
Café Conchal's chef Brad Lloyd serves up fresh, delicious international cuisine. Pair your dish with wine from the restaurant's extensive list, and enjoy it on the beautiful terrace—where you can dine under the Guanacastecan sky full of stars.
Provincia de Guanacaste, Los Pargos, Costa Rica
This Balinese-themed restaurant in Playa Negra is deservedly famous in the area. Chef Patrick Jamon creates delicacies using only the freshest local ingredients and seafood. It's unexpected to find cuisine this good in the middle of a tropical...
152, Calle San Javier, Provincia de Guanacaste, Villareal, Costa Rica
The Bamboo Sushi Club delivers the highest quality sushi in a beautiful space. Surrounded by a tranquil bamboo garden, guests here will dine on Mauro's thoughtfully sourced and well-prepared dishes. Their attention to detail—even making their own...
91, Calle Corona, Provincia de Guanacaste, Tamarindo, Costa Rica
The delicious aroma of pizzas baking in a brick kiln welcome you to the warm and cozy eatery La Baula. The most famous pizzeria in the area, it gets its name from the baula, or leatherback, turtles that lay their eggs nearby. This is the place for...
Playa Avellana, Beach front, Guanacaste Province, Playa Avellana, 50303, Costa Rica
Served under palm trees on the beach, Lola's specializes in healthy, organic food with lots of vegetarian options. Here, on Playa Avellana, you can enjoy a wholesome meal while you watch the sunset with soft sand underfoot. Don't leave without...
Hotel Bahia del Sol, Provincia de Guanacaste, Playa Potrero, Costa Rica
On Playa Potrero, literally on the beach, you'll find this gem of a hangout that serves casual food and refreshing cocktails. This is the place to go for a memorable sunset any night of the week. However weekends are their specialty with live...
Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica
There’s no better excuse to escape the hustle and bustle of Tamarindo for a few hours than a cold cerveza and some fresh tacos. Your destination: Taco Star in Playa Grande. Walk the 40 minutes up the deserted beach (save for a few surfers), and...
Guanacaste Province, Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica
North of Santa Teresa, in Playa Hermosa, you’ll find sushi master Koji Hyodo carving yellowfin tuna, red snapper, and sea bass at his tinkling, tin-roofed restaurant, Koji’s. His signature Koji Roll wraps spicy tuna around fresh shrimp paste and...
Tamarindo, Santa Cruz, Costa Rica, Provincia de Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Just a 10-minute drive from the most popular surf town in Costa Rica is a massive 2,000-acre eco-ranch with indigenous wildlife, creeks, mountains, and huge trees. The scenery is practically out of a Jurassic Park movie set. Black Stallion Surf...
155, Provincia de Guanacaste, Tamarindo, Costa Rica
Ask anyone in Tamarindo where to eat lunch, and the first recommendation will be Nogui's. There's a reason for that. A smattering of beach chairs, tables, and benches right on the beach make up Nogui's dining area. There's also an indoor bar and...
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