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Above Grounds Coffee Shop

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  • Café

Above Grounds sells shade-grown, organic Guatemalan coffee straight up, in lattes, iced, or however you like it. Fresh-roasted coffee...

Dawn's Grill 'n Go

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  • Latin American

Friendly service, local atmosphere, good food simply prepared, modest prices, ice-cold beer—what more could you want? Dawn's Grill...

De Tatch Café

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  • Seafood

This open-air bar and restaurant near the sea with a "tatch" (thatch) roof has long been a popular hangout in the village. Try the huge...

La Dolce Vita

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  • Italian

In a slightly Fellini-esque setting, upstairs over Wallen's Store, the often-underrated La Dolce Vita brings authentic antipasti, bruschetta...

Mango's of Maya Beach

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  • Caribbean

Award-winning chef Frank Da Silva, who for years ran the restaurant at Robert's Grove, took over Mango's in 2011 and quickly raised this...

Maya Beach Hotel Bistro

  • $$$
  • Seafood

Before ending up on the Placencia Peninsula, Maya Beach Bistro owners John and Ellen Lee (he's Australian, she's American, he's the executive...

Pickled Parrot Bar & Grill

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  • American

This popular restaurant and bar, with a thatch roof, was once owned by Wende Bryan, the editor of The Placencia Breeze newspaper). It's...

Rick's Café

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  • Caribbean

This little place on the sidewalk is a nice stop for fresh ceviche and cold beer at lunch; just sit on the open-air veranda and watch...

Rumfish y Vino

  • $$$
  • Seafood

This hip spot run by transplanted New Yorkers, in a breezy second-floor location near Tutti-Fruitti, is a good place to have drinks,...

Secret Garden Restaurant

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  • Eclectic

What was once Placencia's first coffeehouse has gone upmarket under new management, serving sophisticated international meals at dinner...


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