Whether you are staying at the Riu, WESTIN or Four Seasons, you'll never get the real authentic cuisine that local towns have to offer. 

We can take you to Liberia for a visit to the local market for fresh veggies and seasonal fruit. Then we stop by the market where you can purchase choice meats, spices, herbs and take in the traditional market style atmosphere.

If you aren't into cooking and just want to try Tico cuisine, you can find plenty of restaurants in Liberia and all along the road south toward Santa Cruz. There is a women's co-op that sells hand made tortillas, patacones and more. This week we've pinned some recommendations that cover plenty of Tico dishes.