Plaza de la Democracia
Immediately west of the national museum is the stark Plaza de la Democracia, which was constructed by President Oscar Arias in 1989 to...
This gay male outpost is more low-rent (and significantly raunchier) than some; it features scantily-clad go-go boys and over-the-top...
This hopping Cantonese eatery is an ideal place for dim sum – served all day every day – as well as a long list of Chinese specialties,...
Calle 11 btwn Avs 6 & 8 · interesting places nearby
Restaurante Tin-Jo information
The interiors of this popular Asian standard-bearer are a riot of pan-Asian everything, just like the menu. Expect a wide range of fare from various regions – from kung pao shrimp to spicy tuna maki to pad thai – as well as an extensive vegetarian menu. Credit cards accepted.