San Diego, California (PRWEB) October 02, 2014
The latest travel industry trend taking the world by storm involves self-declared "foodies" sharing their food-based travel adventures through social media. Jeanette Bunn, Travel To Go President, knows that while there are endless destinations that they can enjoy, these food-lovers will find plenty to appease their appetites all throughout Costa Rica. Here, she reveals a handful of the best options that foodies can enjoy this fall.
Found within the Guanacaste province, the Black Stallion Cafe and Surf Saloon is one of the highlights for many travelers' dining experiences. The restaurant is perfect for friends and family, as well as couples looking for a nice meal together. Black Stallion Cafe and Surf Saloon present guests with Ranch-Style Fiesta choices which include farm-fresh ingredients and local meats. Travelers looking for a finger-licking good BBQ meal can do no wrong by choosing to visit the Black Stallion Cafe and Surf Saloon.
Another great local eatery that Jeanette Bunn, Travel To Go President, highlights is La Bodega. As an organic cafe and store, La Bodega focuses on native specialties that are perfect for both breakfast and lunch. The lunch menu includes favorites like Eggs on a Roll, the NYC Special (locally caught trout, cheese, and vegetables served on a breakfast roll), and Vegetarian Crustless Quiche. For lunch, guests can enjoy the sandwich of the day that sees selections like BBQ pulled-pork and three-day marinated roast beef. La Bodega also serves baked goods and freshly-squeezed juices on a daily basis.
The third great Guanacaste dining experience shared is that of Restaurante Abbocato. Every day at Abbocato is different as the world-class chefs prepare meals exclusive to the freshest ingredients available. The setting is cozy, yet luxurious, allowing diners to enjoy marvelous sunsets while enjoying an intimate dining experience. Diners are offered two selections off of the menu: the Mediterranean dish or the Asian dish. Each includes the entree, a soup or secondary entrees, the main dish, and a dessert. For the wine-lovers visiting Abbocato, the restaurant houses a number of Costa Rican bottles, offering a perfect opportunity to do some taste testing.
With such a varied assortment of restaurants, Jeanette Bunn, Travel To Go President, is positive that food-lovers from all around the world can find a dining experience in Guanacaste that will be long remembered. For more information on great foodie destinations this fall visit http://www.traveltogo.com/.
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