La Pista is the the Spanish word for 'runway'. Located at the Airport Landing Strip, this is a great place to pass time waiting for a flight or to watch the activity of Golfito's national and charter flights from the outdoor dining area. Great home-style cooks prepare traditional local plates and bar favorites.  As a popular locals 'party spot', weekends can be quite lively-especially during high season. Full service bar.    Snacks, Lunch and dinner.
El Ceibo Restaurante is best known as a traditional dinner house with selections from Pasta to Filet Mignon. Located at the 'gateway' into Golfito as you come down the hill and round the corner to the waterfront. They are handsomely decorated with a full bar and wine list - They've created a nice atmosphere for a special night out. Lunch and Dinner.
El Ceibo Restaurante is best known as a traditional dinner house with selections from Pasta to Filet Mignon. Located at the 'gateway' into Golfito as you come down the hill and round the corner to the waterfront. They are handsomely decorated with a full bar and wine list - They've created a nice atmosphere for a special night out. Lunch and Dinner.
Fish Hook Marina offers a friendly open-air, waterfront restaurant & bar overlooking the yachts and Golfito Bay with an international selection of food and beverages. They claim to have the largest menu in Golfito so there is plenty to choose from! Happy Hour everyday from 4pm-8pm. A large game room area alongside the dining room promises to keep kids entertained while the adults relax. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
The port town of Golfito (literally 'little gulf') is located in Puntarenas Province on the southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, near the border of Panama. The town lies on a narrow strip of land between the eponymous bay and a hill and consist of two parts, the town proper and shopping area to the south, and a residential area near the port. Still further north are the duty-free zone and an airstrip. 

The port town of Golfito (literally 'little gulf') is located in Puntarenas Province on the southern Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, near the border of Panama. The town lies on a narrow strip of land between the eponymous bay and a hill and consist of two parts, the town proper and shopping area to the south, and a residential area near the port. Still further north are the duty-free zone and an airstrip.
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