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Potrero is a city in Costa Rica.
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Points of Interest in Potrero
Popular events in Potrero in the near future
- Look for monkeys and other wildlife.
- Go snorkeling at Playa Danta, Dantita, or Prieta. Hurry and experience the abundant wildlife while it is still there.
- Talk to and hang out with the locals.
- Kayak, Fish, or Snorkel with local mariner Walter Moreno
Contact Walter Moreno at 8760.5459 or email@example.com
- Restaurante Sol y Mar, (100 meters north of the soccer field, Playa Potrero. Next to the Auto Mercado Catalinas). Open all day, closed on Sundays. This family run restaurant in the heart of Potrero serves excellent, traditional Guanacastecan food. A great place to eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner and catch a glimpse of the authentic Costa Rican lifestyle. A simple, rancho style building with large Guanacaste tree trunk tables, and well landscaped with native tropical plants. Very popular among locals and tourists alike, and it is not uncommon to see Howler Monkeys playing in the mango trees that surround the restaurant. Specializes in seafood. Try the whole red snapper or grilled mahi mahi. The generous portions, excellent prices, accommodating, friendly, English speaking family make Sol y Mar the gastronomic gem of Guanacaste. Credit cards now accepted.
- Las Brisas Bar - Wednesday night is Ladies Night, the only night of the week when things really get going. Free ghetto drinks for the ladies from 10-11. Should really be called 'Guy's Night' because of all the sketchy Nicaraguan men hanging outside staring at people. Good times to be had though.
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