There’s no better place to start the day than Emilio’s Café, a bakery with fabulous bagels and a range of pastries. But you might also want to stop here for lunch, because the salads are bursting with flavor, as are the sandwiches, made with house-baked ciabatta bread. For dinner, there’s fresh fish, thick steaks, and nightly specials. You could dine here three times a day and come away satisfied—Emilio’s is that good. The view is pretty swell, too, and sometimes in the evenings there’s live music.
Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio National Park› Restaurant
On the Mariposa road, 1/2 block from the intersection with the road from Quepos to Manuel Antonio
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Wed-Mon 7am–9pm Phone 2777-6807 Prices Main courses C4,500–C12,500 Cuisine Type International/Bakery Other Reservations recommended
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