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Open since 1975, this is a prime sunset-admiring spot, so on clear nights, you’ll want to grab one of the lounge-style low tables on the broad wooden deck. Service can be slow, and the food isn’t as exciting as the show in the sky, but it’s usually tasty, ranging from Tex-Mex to Asian fusion. Tico standards and bar food are also served, and there’s a pretty good sushi bar to boot.