If you take tango lessons while visiting Tamarindo, as I described yesterday, where will you dance the tango so you do not forget what you learned before you go home? No problem. Tamarindo has a fairly new Argentine tango and steak themed restaurant, called Tango & Grill, shown here.
I stopped by to take these photos while it was still daylight, too early for evening diners and dancers. I have not eaten at this restaurant yet, as my son lives in Buenos Aires so I get a lot of Argentine steak and tango when I go down there. But I look forward to trying out this restaurant.
Most of the residents of Tamarindo are international, particularly Americans, Canadians and Europeans, but I know of several Argentines as well who live in Tamarindo. The food, music and decor in this restaurant should remind them of home.
Announcement of a new City Daily Photo site of interest: I would like to welcome the Scottsdale, Arizona, USA Daily Photo site and encourage folks to click on this link to check it out. Scottsdale, like Tamarindo, is a lovely resort area, but unlike Tamarindo it is in a desert rather than on a tropical Pacific beach.
Scottsdale is a leading center for the arts and is a much larger, developed, affluent suburb of the major metropolis of Phoenix. It is famous for its golf, resorts, art galleries, and the beauty of the desert. But even though the desert Southwest is known for spectacular sunsets, I still think nothing compares to the sun setting into the Pacific in Tamarindo/Langosta.