Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

November 27, 2009

Manuel Antonio’s own Janine Licare, a student at StanfordUniversity in California, is spending a semester in Moscow, Russia. It  sure is a climate change for her. Janine had plans to have turkey in Turkey for Thanksgiving, spending the holiday in Istanbul.

Dan Kaufman’s Hot Rock Bakery, at the Rancho Grande in the old Pan Aldo building in Quepos, is now open. His prizewinning breads and rolls are now available and the monkey claws (we know them as bear claws) are an absolute must to try.

The official Converse DJ Eleazar will open Liquid Lounge tomorrow, Nov. 27, in the old Buena Nota bar and restaurant. Liquid Lounge will be a new option in the Manuel Antonio area, offering the best events with the best productions in the art of entertainment, as well as the best DJs, both national and international.

–Jennifer Rice

monoazul@racsa.co.cr

& Anita Myketuk

buennota@racsa.co.cr

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