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Independence Day in GuatemalaGuatemala's Big Birthday Party is September 15. Fiestas are already going on in Antigua and Lake Atitlan.September 15th, 2014Party down at Reilly's, Cafe No Se, Ocelot and Lava Bar!
Category Archives: Restaurants
El Faro, which serves tacos with Cochinata Pibil, a Yucatecan pork dish. (Yeah, I know, tacos are not real Mexican food or even Tex-Mex, having been invented by Mexican farm workers in Arizona). Cochinata Pibil is like pulled pork that’s … Continue reading
After remodeling, Jungle Party hostel in Antigua Guatemala is one of the leading Antigua hostels on the west side of town. The restaurant has gourmet pizza by the slice or whole pizza, salads and sandwiches, juices and breakfast (guests get … Continue reading
Pappy’s BBQ opened recently. It’s on Sixth Avenue near 4th Street, close to La Sala and a half-block from the new Reilly’s location.
is no longer happening. But upstairs at Lava Bar, happy hour starts at 6 PM. For an entire hour, rum and coke and certain other drinks are only Q6 each (75 cents US). See Antigua Guatemala for additional updates on … Continue reading
Sol de Atitlan Magazine just announced Cafe No Se is the Bar of the Month for December in Antigua, Guateamala. For more travel info, see Antigua.
The new one is on Calle 5, next to La Sala. Huge room, great place for to party.
From 6-9 PM, Cafe No Se now serves pizza. The large pizza with four Victoria beers costs Q120. A small one with two beers is Q70, and there is also a medium special. (Don’t step on the chalk body outlines … Continue reading
Upstairs from Bar Ocelot, Lava Bar has the best Happy Hour deal in town from 5-6 PM, with Q5 rum, vodka and gin drinks, and budget beer. Lava also serves a variety of gourmet hamburgers and offers a fine vista … Continue reading
World-famous for its live music and festive atmosphere, this Antigua restaurant is also known for its Triple Chocolate dessert. La Pena del Sol is also the site of a monthly Mayan healing and purification ceremony conducted by Caqchikel Maya. Find … Continue reading