Boquete, Chiriqui, Panama




@ The Grindhouse

During your stay you are invited to begin your morning with us at The Grindhouse for a cup of freshly roasted, locally grown coffee and choose from our always fresh selection of breakfast items cooked to order.  Enjoy fabulous views of the volcano and valley and plan your days excursions or just stay and enjoy another cup.

Around The Town

When you do find yourself out and about the town, you may want to take advantage of the many local restaurants and what they have to offer. Some of the more popular ones are listed below but of course you are only limited by your sense of adventure!

Sugar & Spice Dulces Gourmet

Friendly local bakery that always attracts a crowd with affordable breakfast items and a broad selection of sandwiches for lunch all served on their freshly baked breads. $

Boulder 54

Chef Chris delivers exquisite upscale cuisine by firelight and an extensive wine list. Need we say more?$$$

The Butcher

A small place that delivers big flavor. As its name suggests, The Butcher offers a curated menu of both local and internationally raised beef sure to satisfy any steak lovers appetite. $$$

Tre Scalini

Small Italian bistro with a big flavors and a very comfortable atmosphere perfect for the casual dinner for two or a family gathering. $$$

The Fish House

Fresh, locally sourced seafood served by a friendly staff. Try their traditional fish and chips, the best in Boquete! $$

RetroGusto Restaurant & Bar

Great farm-to-table Italian cuisine delivered by a chef and staff that go the extra mile. Food is plated in full view of the customers adding to a memorable date night dinner. $$$

The Panamonte Restaurant

Housed in an historic building in downtown Boquete, it is one of the more popular local dining establishments. Fresh food, farmed locally and prepared using classical techniques to provide you the guest with a very unique upscale dining experience. $$$$

Big Daddy's

Bar and grill with a great selection of pub grub such as shrimp poor boys and fish tacos.  The margaritas aren’t bad either.  $$