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Pacifico Beach Club – Playa del Coco, CR

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After looking at the menu for Pacifico on Tripadvisor, I was super excited to check out this place and enjoy the ocean view sunset {they’re located straight on the sand!} They used to be a members only beach club but are now open to the public – yippee!

We headed over on Friday and enjoyed live music, happy hour, oceanfront sunset, and really fresh food. We over ordered but enjoyed everything tapas style {pictured below} stuffed plaintains, peruvian ceviches, pico de gallo/guacamole appetizer, and you have to try the wedge fries. I was surprised as the prices weren’t too high either {$8 tapas and drinks}.

If you’re in Coco looking for a picture perfect sunset and a large menu of yummy bites – Pacifico Beach Club is a must! Just make sure you check the events/hours before you go because they were closed early the first time we went.

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Hardrock Guanacaste – Playa del Coco, CR

After being in the middle of no where in Playa Dante for the past month, we were shocked to arrive in Coco and see this HUGE Hardrock in a large plaza {Pacifico}. Some of the guys in Las Catalinas told us about it but we kind of laughed it off, “we aren’t going to go there.” Guess what was the first place we ate at in Coco? :p

Hardrock Guanacaste is probably the nicest that I’ve seen. Its plush seating, fancy decor, and shiny back splashes give more of a lounge vibe than your average Hardrock in the US. We enjoyed listening to the endless Bob Marley and Queen songs but were surprised about how expensive the food was – $14 potato skins and a $18 sandwich! If you’re missing some American food, check it out!

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