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    [captionpix imgsrc=”https://thecostaricanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/TG1.jpg” align=”left” captiontext=”Thanksgiving dinner in these Costa Rican restaurants will cost between $15 and $50. In some places, children will be given a special discount.”]San Jose, Costa Rica. Thanksgiving has become one of the most celebrated American holidays in Costa Rica. The fourth Thursday of November, people from all over the country, especially tourists and expats, come together to give thanks and share a celebration feast to commemorate the autumn harvest.

    Initially, Thanksgiving in the country was only known to and celebrated among the expat community.

    Thus communities holding a large number of expatriates would host a Thanksgiving potluck. Each person or family would bring a dish big enough to feed several people, and they would dine together in the company of family and friends.

    Although potlucks are still popular in the country, in recent years, restaurants have begun to embrace the spirit of this holiday and offer traditional Thanksgiving dinners to their customers.

    This year will not be the exception, as plenty of places around Costa Rica will be serving a Traditional Turkey Dinner next Thursday, November 24th.

    Though the menu will vary from one restaurant to another, the meal classics will be served: turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes, cranberry sauce, green beans, and pie.

    This option is perfect for people who want to indulge in a traditional Thanksgiving feast, but without having to do all the heavy work of cooking and cleaning all day.

    In Jacó, Lemon Zest Restaurant will offer a traditional a 3-course turkey dinner. Jaco Taco, El Cocal Hotel, Poseidon Hotel, and Morgan’s Cove Hotel will be featuring turkey dinners as well.

    Quepos residents will also be able to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner in the area. El Gran Escape, La Hacienda, and La Luna at the Gaia Hotel are some of the restaurants that offer a Thanksgiving menu every year.

    In San José, Time Out Tavern, Café de Artistas, Oasis Café, El Mirador Restaurant at the Holiday Inn, Del Mar Restaurant, and Casino Club Colonial have also confirmed they will be hosting a traditional Thanksgiving dinner this year.

    Meanwhile, in Guanacaste, Thanksgiving celebrations will be held at The Sunset Lounge in Tamarindo, JW Marriott Hotel in Hacienda Pinilla, and The Great Waltini’s at Hotel Bula Bula, just to mention a few.

    Thanksgiving dinner in these Costa Rican restaurants will cost between $15 and $50. In some places, children will be given a special discount.

    In addition, some restaurants require a reservation in advance due to seat limitations. Others offer a special price if you reserve a spot before Thursday.

    Most places will be serving dinner between 5-10 pm, while others will begin serving their Thanksgiving dishes as early as 11 am.

    For detailed information please contact the local restaurants in your area, and, if they offer thanksgiving specials tell them you read this article at TheCostaRicaNews.com

    ¡Bon apetit and happy hollydays!

    by David Gómez for TheCostaRicaNews.com[captionpix imgsrc=”https://thecostaricanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/TG1.jpg” align=”left” captiontext=”La cena de Acción de Gracias en estos establecimientos tendrá un costo de entre $15 y $50. En algunos de ellos se ofrecerá descuento para niños.”]San José, Costa Rica. El día de Acción de Gracias se ha convertido en uno de los feriados estadounidenses más celebrado en Costa Rica. El cuarto jueves de noviembre, personas de todo el país, principalmente expatriados y turistas, se reúnen para dar gracias y disfrutar de un festín para conmemorar el día de cosecha del otoño.

    Inicialmente, el Día de Acción de Gracias en el país era solo conocido y celebrado entre la comunidad de expatriados.

    Estas comunidades organizaban una fiesta de Acción de Gracias. Cada persona o familia llevaba un platillo lo suficientemente grande como para alimentar a varias personas, y todos se reunían para compartir en compañía de familiares y amigos.

    Aunque estos eventos son aún populares, en años recientes varios restaurantes han adoptado el espíritu de esta festividad y comenzaron a ofrecer una cena tradicional de Acción de Gracias a sus clientes.

    Este año no será la excepción, ya que varios locales de Costa Rica ofrecerán una cena de Acción de Gracias el próximo jueves 24 de noviembre.

    Aunque le menú puede que varíe de un restaurante a otro, los platillos tradicionales estarán presentes: pavo, relleno, salsa, papas, salsa de arándanos, ejotes y pastel.

    Esta es una opción perfecta para todos aquellos que quieran disfrutar de una comida de Acción de Gracias sin tener que llevar a cabo el trabajo pesado de cocinar y limpiar todo el día.

    En Jacó, el restaurante Lemon Zest brindará una cena tradicional de 3 platos. Jaco Taco, Hotel El Cocal, el Hotel Poseidón y  el Hotel Morgan Cove, también celebrarán dicha ocasión.

    Los residentes de Quepos también podrán celebrar Acción de Gracias en la zona. El Gran Escape, La Hacienda y La Luna del Hotel Gaia son algunos de los restaurantes que ofrecen un festín todo los años.

    En San José, Time Out Tavern, Café de Artistas, Oasis Café, El Restaurante Mirador del Holiday Inn, el Restaurante Del Mar, y Casino Club Colonial, también confirmaron que ofrecerán cenas tradicionales de Acción de Gracias a los consumidores.

    Por su parte, en Guanacaste, las celebraciones de Acción de Gracias se llevarán a cabo en el Sunset Lounge de Tamarindo, el hotel JW Marriott en Hacienda Pinilla y el Restaurante The Great Waltini’s del Hotel Bula Bula, entre otros.

    La cena de Acción de Gracias en estos establecimientos tendrá un costo de entre $15 y $50. En algunos de ellos se ofrecerá descuento para niños.

    Además, algunos restaurantes requiere previa reservación, debido al cupo limitado de asientos. Mientras tanto, otros ofrecen descuentos especiales para aquellas reservaciones hechas antes del jueves de la próxima semana.

    En la mayoría de locales se servirá la cena entre 5 y 10 la noche. Sin embargo, algunos locales comenzarán a servir sus platillos desde las 11 de la mañana.

    Para más información contacte a los restaurantes ubicados en su zona.

    por David Gómez para TheCostaRicaNews.com

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