6 am to 10 pm
This traditional mix of black beans and white rice, cooked with sautéed white onions, red peppers, and fresh cilantro, and served with two eggs any style, the Hook Up’s home fried potatoes, your choice of sausage or bacon, fresh cut fruit, and two soft corn tortillas will keep you going all day on or off the water. Try adding a little Salsa Lizano, a vegetable based vinaigrette that goes great with almost anything, or mayonnaise, to your pinto for an extra kick. This plate is best enjoyed with a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice and/or Costa Rican coffee.
BANANA & PECAN PANCAKES
For anyone with a diehard sweet tooth, the banana and pecan pancakes are the go-to option on the breakfast menu. The bananas and pecans are caramelized with authentic maple syrup, then covered in our own special batter to form three perfectly round, fluffy pancakes. Served with fresh cut fruit. Try it before adding syrup! Other options include traditional pancakes, apple almond pancakes, or cinnamon-raisin French toast.
Ceviche has its origins in Spanish Moorish cuisine which was assimilated into coastal Peruvian culture nearly 2,000 years ago and this delicate dish of fish and seafood has since permeated the entire Latin continent, albeit with different variations. In Costa Rica, the typical ceviche dish cures the meats in lime juice flavored with finely diced white onion, red bell peppers, salt and pepper, and fresh cilantro, and is served with crunchy corn tortilla chips. Locals add ketchup and/or mayonnaise for fuller body. Choose from the mixed ceviche shown here, or just sea bass or shrimp ceviche.
NEW to the salad options at the Hook Up, our Classic Cobb Salad includes a chopped hardboiled egg, diced avocado, chilled diced herb-grilled chicken breast cooked sous-vide, grated cheddar cheese, crispy bacon bits, and fresh prepared pico de gallo, which is a mixed of fresh diced tomatoes, finely diced onions, fresh cilantro, and lime juice, all nestled on a bed of fresh salad greens and served with ranch dressing and garlic bread.
Homemade Thin Crust Pizza
Shown here is the Gringo, as Costa Ricans jovially call their friends from the United States, with spicy pepperoni, sweet red bell pepper rings, fresh button mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, all on a homemade thin crust pizza, baked on corn meal for crunchy bottom. Try any of the other options – they are all delicious. Patrons’ favorites are the Sesame Chicken or Barbeque Chicken pizzas.
famous hook up burguer
With crispy bacon, American cheese, Thousand Island dressing, lettuce, tomato, and onion on an imported Certified Angus Beef patty, served with a pickle spear and french fries or house salad. The house salad includes mixed veggies including chopped tomatoes, cucumbers and onions on fresh lettuce and served with your choice of dressing – Italian, Ranch, Blue Cheese, or Thousand Island.
BLACKENED CHICKEN BREAST
Our blackened spice combines paprika, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, black pepper, cayenne pepper, basil, sugar, and oregano, which is rubbed on a boneless chicken breast left with the skin on to seal in the juicy goodness of the meat. Served with homemade macaroni and cheese and broccoli.
CHIPOTLE SHRIMP SKEWER
A chipotle is a smoke-dried jalapeño chili pepper, used especially in Mexican cooking. In this Hook Up dish, the dried spice is used on five shrimp skewered and grilled, served over a farro wheat grain salad with grilled pineapple, mango, papaya, and cucumber, diced, as well as fresh arugula, all tossed in a light citrusy maracuya (passionfruit) dressing, and served with our toasted homemade ciabatta bread.
We had walked over to the Marina and needed something refreshing to drink. We had ice cold tea and a beautiful view of yachts and gorgeous ocean! The restaurant was very clean and our waiter was friendly. It was a lovely time to refresh and head back to our resort. The marina is also part of Los Suenos.
This informal place became our go-to bar/restaurant for happy hours and delicious early and late dinners. We were very surprised at the quality of the food in this popular marina hang out on night one; we ate there a total of 3 times in a week long visit. That was the most for us. Great burgers too and deep fried snapper. Everyone was happy. Generous pours on wine, too.