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Cafe Milagro's Patacones Recipe!

Would you consider yourself an enthused foodie? Here’s one that you may not be familiar with but makes for a great meal and will transport you south of the border. The well known patacones are a regular meal in Costa Rica that is sure to get your mouth watering for more after the first bite.Patacones [...]

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Meet Rafa, One of Our Great Chefs

Rafa is another one of our long term team members, having worked for Café Milagro for the last 6 years and lived in Quepos for the last 25 years. He loves working for Café Milagro because it is a good, solid and well run business, and has high standards for quality.He thinks it’s special compared [...]

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Cultural Day in Costa Rica

Every year on October 12th, Costa Rica celebrates Día de las Culturas, also known as Columbus Day in the United States of America. In Spanish speaking countries and communities, it is often known as Día de la Raza, the Day of Race. This national holiday marks the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s first journey, and the [...]

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Building Up Communities in Costa Rica

Since 1980, the world has set aside September 27th as the day to celebrate all of the good things about tourism. It is known as World Tourism Day. This date was selected to honor the day in 1970 when the Statutes of the United Nations World Tourism Organization were first ratified.It has long been known [...]

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National Coffee Day in Costa Rica

What is the best way to celebrate National Coffee Day in Costa Rica? The obvious answer is to drink coffee from Costa Rica, and lots of it. As you enjoy your first or second cup today, take a moment and ponder what it takes to get your favorite brew to your mug.The lush rolling hills [...]

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Meet Giovanna, long time team member at Cafe Milagro

Meet Giovanna. One of our long term employees at Café Milagro has lived in the area for 20 years and worked for us for the last 8 years. She likes working for Cafe Milagro because of the flexible schedule which allows her to pursue interests outside of our restaurant. Outside of work, she is [...]

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National Parks Day in Costa Rica

Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica is known for its picturesque landscapes, including beautiful white sand beaches, majestic mountains, tropical forests with lush foliage, and more than 109 species of animals and 184 species of birds, marking it a popular destination for tourists and Ticos alike.However, did you know that Costa Rica in general has 126 [...]

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Celebrating Mother's Day in Costa Rica

In our beautiful country of Costa Rica, Mother’s Day is celebrated each year on August 15th. This national holiday, known locally as Día de la Madre, falls on the same day as the Feast of the Assumption, which is the day that Catholics observe the Virgin Mary’s ascension to Heaven when her earthly life was [...]

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Virgin of the Angels Day in Costa Rica

Virgin of the Angels Day is a celebration of the patron saint of Costa Rica, the Virgen de los Angeles or La Negrita. The historical holiday is observed on August 2nd each year and is considered to be a sacred religious holiday for many who live in the country.The History of Virgin of the Angels [...]

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Guanacaste Day: Pride of Costa Rica

One of Costa Rica’s most celebrated national holidays is Guanacaste Day. The Guanacaste province is located in the northwestern part of the country, bordering Nicaragua to the north. During the early 19th century, the Guanacaste province was part of Nicaragua, a country continuously entangled in its own bloody civil wars. The people of Guanacaste no [...]

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