The Tiki Bar at Pranamar Oceanfront Villas and Yoga Retreat offers exotic tropical versions of your favorites: Sangrias, Margaritas and Mojitos mixed with mangoes, passion fruit or pineapple in a relaxed, open atmosphere.
The vibe in Santa Teresa beach is very laid back, and guests and non-guests of the Villas are welcome. No shoes required, walk right out on the beach any day from 11am to 7pm. Meet locals and tourists alike, all sharing their day’s experiences out on the surf, out exploring the area, doing yoga, or just relaxing on the beach.
Nonalcoholic refreshments at the Tiki Bar include Kombucha and Ginger beer, which are healthy and locally made. Try the fruit juices, coconuts and smoothies made right on the spot. How about a bucket of beers or a pitcher of margaritas to share with friends, or for yourself, we’re not judging.
The wine list ranges from Chilean Cabernets and Chardonnays to French Grenaches, all excellent wines at a range of very reasonable prices. Visitors love ordering the Rosé, its lovely pink combining with the fiery orange of the sunset and its freshness and cool taste a perfect complement to the warm weather.
At the Tiki Bar you can order off the Restaurant Menu from Luc´s Seafood Grill and Chapa. Their chef Luciano delights with fresh seafood creations and other local fare. Favorite dishes ordered at the Tiki Bar include the “Tuna de la Muerte”, roughly translated to “Tuna to Die For” as well as the Octopus, Prawn Skewers and whatever delicious fish is the Catch of the Day. The menu is rounded out by meat, chicken and vegetarian and vegan options as well, all lovingly seasoned and accompanied by fruit, veggies and greens, many of them grown on the premises.
Coming soon: Happy Hour menus as well as dinners on the beach when Green Season concludes in a few short weeks. Pranamar Oceanfront Villas and Yoga Retreat are also happy to host your special events. The Tiki Bar has seen many a celebration. Come share a refreshing drink with us and experience the best spot at Santa Teresa Beach in Costa Rica.
Article by Katie Widdowson