Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Open air fine dining

El Coconut is a white table cloth restaurant, which is appropriate, as I would classify its cuisine as fine dining.

As you can see from this photo that shows the front sign by the street, like all restaurants in Tamarindo, Coconut is open air.  There is no front wall and air circulates through the sides and ceiling.

The open air restaurants and hotel lobbies is similar to many hotels and restaurants in Hawaii.  The weather never gets cold, so heating systems are not needed, and the open air circulation is enough to avoid the expense of air conditioning.  Coconut is right on the beach front road as you enter Tamarindo, so it also catches the ocean breezes.


This week we have photos of Jerusalem posted on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

9 comments:

Lowell said...

I think I would like this a lot. Open-air dining can be fun if it's not cold open-air!

Hilda said...

Sounds perfect!

Jack said...

This one looks like my kind of place, Dave.

Judy said...

This looks romantic. And if you can hear the ocean waves, even more so.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

We have many here also Dave, it's so nice to sit outside on a warm balmy evening. Do you get bothered much by mosquitoes?

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

so nice to have open air dining

Bob Crowe said...

How heavenly and economical all at once. We remember being impressed by similar designs in other parts of the world. The Alhambra in Granada comes to mind.

Kate said...

Open air dining is delightful and part of the pleasure of a meal.

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