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Jaco, Costa Rica

Graffiti Restro Café
Wine Bar

Graffiti Restro Café & Wine Bar

A Friendly, Bilingual Staff, Reasonable Prices and Even the Occasional Live Band Make Graffiti a Jaco Treasure

Located in the open commercial center Jaco Walk in downtown Jaco, Graffiti Restro Café and Wine Bar serves outstanding cuisine in an intimate and funky setting.

The graffiti covered walls inside this Jaco Restaurant give diners a whimsical look at the creative side of street art while the 5-Star culinary offerings of Owner and Executive Chef Danny Clark transcend any pedestrian expectations with an eclectic variety of mouth-watering entrees.

A friendly, bilingual staff, reasonable prices and even the occasional live band make Graffiti a Jaco treasure.

We recommend the 10 oz. Coffee and Coco Encrusted Tenderloin Filet - a complete steal at only $19USD. Also not to be missed are the Grouper Filet in a succulent passion fruit sauce, the Macadamia Encrusted Catch of the Day or the thick and delicious Filet of Tuna. For an appetizer try the Tuna Tartar Tower, or a variety of the other delicious Bocas.

The wine-selection is fantastic, and you simply can’t go wrong with the house red!!

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What is standard tipping practice in Costa Rica?

Costa Ricans are not strangers to the generous tippers from the United States, and in fact many depend upon it. Service industry workers such as drivers and guides are accustomed to receiving what their equals might receive in the US.

However, one notable exception is the Costa Rican restaurant. It in not uncommon to be automatically charged 10% for service and 13% for taxes at many restaurants in Costa Rica. Though some unknowingly tip 15% - 20% on top of this inflated amount, adding 10% for excellent service can be seen as both a gesture of generosity and understanding.