Tag - dining

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Di Bruwry- di biggest pub in Belize
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Megan’s top 5 things to eat in Belize
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Lobsters are back in Belize!!
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Caulker- tiny Caye offers plenty of amenities

Di Bruwry- di biggest pub in Belize

“Daaammmmnnnn,” was what I thought when we pulled up to Bowen and Bowen’s new flagship pub, Di Bruwry.  This place is MASSIVE, and MODERN, and what the heck are we in North America right now?!  Bowen & Bowen, you have me shook.  It’s been quite awhile since we’ve ventured out of the village and up to the city so I was completely unprepared for this expansive and exquisite new facility near the International Airport in Ladyville, Belize. Di Bruwry is Belize Brewing Company’s (a subdivision of the larger…

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Megan’s top 5 things to eat in Belize

#5 Coconut Coconut anything and everything- You may have read my past post about coconuts so you’d know Phil and I LOVE the suckers. Belizean chefs use this local staple to flavor a plethora of dishes. Coconut rice, fish simmered in a coconut curry, fried coconut shrimp, shredded coconut candy, coconut bread a donuts… need I go on?!?! We go absolutely coconut crazy when we travel somewhere tropical. Perhaps the novelty wears off once you live there awhile but when we visit we feel the need to cram…

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Lobsters are back in Belize!!

Guess who’s back, back again… lobster’s back, tell a friend. Ahhhhh June 15th is an exciting day here in Placencia and probably every other coastal village in Belize. It’s opening day of lobster season! Flyers are being posted around town promoting Lobster Festival Weekend And restaurants are all promising lobster dish specials for dinner – often before the first boats have even pulled in at the pier. You can get lobster every way imaginable- grilled, fried, in curry, on pizza, on nachos, on eggs benedict, in burritos, and…

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Caulker- tiny Caye offers plenty of amenities

Caye Caulker is tiny. Its 5 miles long (but “Split” in two) and less than a mile wide; easily explored on foot or bicycle. We had popped over on the water taxi from San Pedro to Caulker last year for a look around and loved the beauty and laid back vibe of the island. We decided Caulker warranted a second look this year and we were mainly curious of what the minuscule island had to offer besides the stunning sea and some cheap seafood. The main draws to…

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