Tuesday 22 June 2021

Best Ceviche in Garza: Doña Ana Restaurant

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A trip to Garza, Costa Rica, to enjoy typical food at Doña Ana’s restaurant, a Locavore’s paradise. . . !

By Oriana Fowler for Voice of Nosara/QCostarica

What if you are craving delicious food and a bit of adventure?  For something more off the beaten path, head south on the main road towards Garza.

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Garza is a fishing village on the Pacific coast, near Nosara.  If you are driving in from Liberia or San Jose on your way to Nosara, the first time you see the ocean is by the boats at Garza.

You’ll come to a sign for Doña Ana’s Restaurant.  Doña Ana is run by the Mora family and though this may your first visit, they’ve been here serving up fresh local food and fish dishes for eleven years.  It’s the true definition of eating locally!  The brothers of the family run a fishing business — not only can they take you out on a fishing trip or tour, they also fish each day to bring the freshest local catches to their family restaurant.  From there, Doña Ana herself prepares fish of the day, fresh veggies, ceviche, and excellent desserts.

If you want to eat well prepared food that was caught in same part of the ocean as where the restaurant is located, check out Doña Ana’s. It is a locavore’s & ceviche lovers heaven!  You can travel by car or by quad; the restaurant is a 15-20 minute drive from Playa Guiones, Nosara.  Look for the sign on the right side of the road, and take the driveway right.

For more contact information go to Costaspirit.com

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