Tamarindo Talk

October 26, 2012

Every Wednesday on the beach at Capitán Suizo, there is Mambo music to enjoy. And every Friday, a BBQ is held on the beach. Located on the north end of the Tamarindo Bay, it’s a lovely location for food and music. Call 2653-0075 for info.

We welcome some new folks to town and wish them well on their endeavors. Michael Holly is the new owner of Nibbana Restaurant (2653-2222) and it’s still a wonderful beachside location for sunset. And Dragonfly (2653-1506) is under new management, operated now by Rana and Dario Notte.

In other restaurant news, El Coconut is promoting two special nights. Wednesday is Ladies’ Lobster Night, and women pay half price. Fridays there is live acoustic music. For reservations or information call 2653-0086.

International Dental Specialists has opened a clinic in Centro Comercial Vistas, near Gallo, over in Villareal. Staffed by specialists in all forms of dentistry, the clinic is open Mon.-Sat. from 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

ellenzoe@aol.com

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