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Restaurants Outside Panama City

Exploring Panama

A delightful combination of the historic and the modern.

El Ultimo Refugio—Bocas del Toro

Excellent seafood, local music and ocean views. Don’t let the run down look at the entrance put you off, food-wise this is one of Boca’s finest restaurants. Read More »

Pasta e Vino—Pedasí

Italian restauranteur couple Daniel and Elena came to Pedasi on vacation and fell in love with the place. The happy result is this small (just 5 tables), authentic restaurant. Read More »

La Fogata—Panama’s Riviera

Just a few steps away from the Royal Decameron Resort , this rustic, open air restaurant is a real find. The most popular dishes are the lobster specials. Read More »

Cerro Brujo Gourmet—Volcán

One of Panama’s top chefs, Patricia Miranda has created an outstanding restaurant pleasing to the modern palette. It features. Panamanian/fusion cuisine made from fresh herbs and vegetables from her own organic garden. Read More »

O’Pedros Irish Pub & Restaurant—El Valle

This handsome pub at the landmark Los Mandarinos boutique hotel serves hearty British, American and Panamanian dishes. Read More »

Buon Appetito—El Valle

Traditional Italian pizza & more at bargain prices. Read More »

The Panamonte—Boquete

Housed in history, this 1920’s Panamonte Inn is Boquete’s original fine place to dine. In fact, dining here is a Panamanian tradition: patrons have included all of Panama’s presidents, movie stars like Sean Connery and President George W. Bush. Read More »

Mike’s Global Grill—Boquete

Budget gourmet food- a very popular place. Mike’s doubles as a hang-out & a sports bar with a large TVs, couches, WIFI, a free computer for guests and yummy snacks. Read More »

The Rock—Boquete

Fine cuisine and ambience. Read More »

Guari Guari—Bocas

A prix-fixe menu of delicious surprises. The open air setting is simple, the cuisine fantastic. A dinner only establishment—for just $23 get a prix fixe menu of six courses: four appetizers, a main dish and a dessert! Read More »