Templo de Música
To the southwest of the Parque España is Parque Morazán, named for Francisco Morazán, the 19th-century general who attempted to unite...
One of downtown San José's most striking buildings, this century-old, two-story metal edifice on Parque España's western edge was...
Decidedly local, in the heart of the San José tourist belt, this humble little bar has reasonably priced drinks, a sports-betting...
Restaurante La Criollita
This homey local spot, popular with office types, dishes out a changing menu of simple Costa Rican specialties, such as stewed chicken...
cnr Calle 9 & Av 3 · interesting places nearby
El Morazán information
Facing Parque Morazán, this exposed-brick, Spanish tile–clad space dates back to 1904. Throughout its long life it has hosted all manner of historical figures (including Che Guevara, according to one account). It is a popular hangout among Chepe’s young artsy set. In addition to beer, there is a full menu of classic cocktails and snacks. On some nights, there is live music.