We ate several times at Las Brujas. It appears to be a local favorite, with mostly locals occupying the restaurant. It is an open-air restaurant. We had trouble finding it when we first walked there, as signage isn't the greatest (it was dark when we went looking for it). We wandered in the first time, and found an empty picnic table by the walkway from the kitchen and outdoor dining area. We discovered by watching that there are some plastic chairs where people would come and sit and wait to be seated. On the plus side, we really liked the relaxed open-air atmosphere, and we were always pleased with the reasonably priced food. On the so-so side, there was quite a bit of variability in the food we got (a chalupa meal on one night was different from a chalupa meal on the next night, although it might have been due to language differences, but it also could have been due to different cooks). But it was always good. Also, we had to wait quite a while to catch a waitresses eye the first night (we were at that picnic table), and she forgot to bring us our beers - my wife had to hunt her down and remind her. She was very sorry (and very busy) and then took care of us. We would highly recommend this restaurant for those seeking a relaxed, casual, authentic Costa Rican eatery.
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