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Steve Hunter recommended El Cuartel de la Boca del Monte
El Cuartel de la Boca del MonteDiagonal al cine Magaly, San Jose Costa Rica
This is by far my favorite bar in Costa Rica. It's gets a mixed crowd of young college students and adventure seekers heading out to surf, fish, scuba, zip line, etc...They have a good selection of ... read more
local beers and mixed drinks. Lively spot with a chill Pura Vida atmosphere
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Steve Hunter recommended Machu Picchu
Machu PicchuAvenida 1, San Jose, Costa Rica
I ate here years ago, but it had been open awhile already back then. It was one of the better meals I had in San Jose. They had great ceviche and made a mean Pisco Sour.
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Of note, most Costa Rican food is pretty basic, not bad but lots if rice, beans, chicken or rice and not spicy.

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Steve Hunter recommended Grano de Oro Hotel
Grano de Oro HotelCalle 30, Avenidas 2/4, San Jose 1007, Costa Rica
If I remember correctly, this is where I came for dinner after getting thrown out of a raft on the Pacaure and caught underwater in a hydraulic. Yes, it was recommended as the best restaurant in ... read more
town...and after almost meeting my maker what I needed. It's the most upscale place I've been in Costa Rica with a continental menu with local twists.
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Barbara Kossy recommended San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art
San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art560 South 1st Street, San Jose, CA, United States
San Jose has a vibrant contemporary art scene. Dip into it at the SJICA. The shows here are consistently fresh, innovative, and interesting. They encourage community involvement with the annual mono ... read more
print event, and encourage local mid-career artists.
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Barbara Kossy

There's always something interesting to look at and think about.

Barbara Kossy recommended San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles520 S 1st St, San Jose, CA, United States
Not your garden variety quilts, they show a huge range of textile-based art here. And they have a great gift shop. Conveniently located near the Inst. of Contemporary Art.
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