We did the mandatory (love it each time) Island Golf Cart Tour with the Newbies to show off the Island and took some pics along the way.We started off taking a quick tour of downtown:
(Note I have some mixed up pictures so we did not eat all that I have mentioned below in one day)
Jax Bar & Grill:
I had never stopped at this little Caribbean restaurant bar before but finally found it.Ok now I forget its name and it was closed but we got to take a look at least.Looks very cool..
Then past The Soggy Peso where of course we stopped after our tour to to meet up with the friendly,awesome owners Mal & Sally and staff who are the best hosts at this Jimmy Buffet type of bar.Love it Mucho!
We then went by the new Milagros Pizza where later in the week I had an awesome thin crust pizza experience there,really good!
We stopped off at Mango Cafe to take a look and got some very delicious food from The Blue Iguana (the turkey wrap was wonderful),Mmmm.
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I have not eaten at Cockteleria Justica Social but I have heard nothing but good things about it.Since I was told they close at 7PM or so and I don"t go out for dinner until 8PM or so I really have to get with the program one day...
Stopped off at Zamas to cool off and have lunch and drinks,a total Zen experience.
Back to town and to check out some local eateries...
I have to give praise to Vivian from Qubanos I hear her restauarant is #1 on Tripadvisor and the food was awesome.I had the turkey grilled sandwich and my friend had the Vivians salad with goat cheese.
The "Beach Bar at Sergios" which was not open much at all thru my 3 month stay so not sure how that place is but looked cool on this day?
Om Bar during the day...
Argentina Bar during the day...
And this is the awesome new La Luna, inside and out,check out the Olmympic flyer (gotta note that as I am a Canadian)...
La Luna is such a cool,colorful building that is right on the ocean with those great caribbean breezes. (location,location,location)!
Mininos which is alway one of my favorite places to sink my toes in the sand and have some great seafood along with a cold Margarita.
I cant do a report without including the great Ferry Bar (Isla Bonita) but I only know it as Lucys Bar where we all arrive and regretfully leave but there are days when you meet friends that are coming to the Island and it cannot be a better pace to hang out and have a cerveza or two while waiting.