Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

December 3, 2010

More than 120 people toasted the tití monkeys and enjoyed an incredible evening at the Tití Conservation Alliance cocktail party Nov. 19 at Gaia Hotel and Reserve. As a result, the organization raised $2,500. Businesses that contributed donations included Gaia Hotel, Café Milagro, Hotel Sí Como No, Super Jordix, Kapi Kapi, Portasol, Hotel El Parador, Byblos Resort and Casino, Mini-Price Store, Hotel Mono Azul, Haycom, Alpiste and FEMSA.

The Byblos Pizzeria and Bistro in Manuel Antonio has reopened after a two-month renovation that saw the entire structure rebuilt and upgraded, with both the dining area and kitchen enlarged. The pizzeria has long been a favorite place to stop in for a swim, relax, see the monkeys and take a dip in the beautiful pool on the way back from the beach, and to have a drink and a meal. Regulars will be happy to hear that the pizza and other menu items remain unchanged. Several dinner specials are being offered for the reopening.

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