From its beginning, Las Palmas' jewel was La Dolce Vita Restaurant Bar. As Las Palmas grew, the need for more restaurants became apparent. Segnor Pizza, and the beach-front Cafe' de Playa and Pacifico Beach Club (restaurant) added a little more variety. But now....with the newly renovated La Dolce (La Dolce Vita), the new Soda Mediterraneo and La Creperia in the Publito Sud, and further offering are to be had across the street in the Publito Nord --next to Mini Luperon (grocery store), you will find Saporito and Java Cafe' (for your coffee needs along with frappe' and fruit drinks) offer new opportunities and variety. These along with the two newest restaurants --a Costa Rican Seafood and a Spanish cuisine restaurant along the main boulevard entrance of Las Palmas truly offer locals and vacationers alike, a choice that is much closer than a walk into town. In town, the old favourites are making room for some new arrivals, such as, Il Gusto di Vita now open on Main street --visit Roberto and Ivan for a little taste of Italy. As far as restaurants go, there are too many to list and definitely enough to offer and satisfy every palate there is.
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