Located off the mainland of Belize these two small islands pack a big punch when it comes to cuisine boasting with restaurants for everyones palette.
Known for its laid-back, back-packer atmosphere, the smaller island of Caye Caulker is accessible from Belize City by water taxi or plane. Smaller and less touristy than Ambergris Caye, the ambiance of this quaint island will quickly win your heart.
Barrier Reef Sports Bar and Grill is one of the more happening spots in town. Here they want to be known as the “community living room.” Go there if you want some company, a cold one, and a cheap meal with your typical American staples.
Lazy Lizard Bar and Grill at the Split is the go to place! Always full of fun people with high spirits this place will definitely bring you back over and over again during your time on the island. Located at The Split you can enjoy the sunset, sip on a Rum punch, snorkel, swim, sunbath, or join fellow travelers for a game of cornhole.
Frans Grill may not look like much, but this little shack is packed with soul-cooking from none other than the famous Miss. Fran herself. Seriously the best mashed potatoes I’ve had, boasting with an authentic feel and only open in the evening. Dinner cost about $8 -$10 USD filling your plate with a mound of Caribbean jerk chick, texas toast, and creamy piping hot mashed potato. Be sure to get there early as the picnic tables fill up fast!
Ice n’ Beans Coffee Shop free mini doughnuts while you’re waiting for your coffee…need I say more? Offering organic Belizean coffee this is the closest thing to Starbucks on the island, so if you need your fix, this is the place to go. Start your morning on their patio watching the sunrise while sipping your joe.
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