What’s for Dinner?

by McNab Editorial Team

The primordial question of “what’s for dinner?” has been answered in Belize City!

Recently, the dining scene options are becoming more diverse with the establishment of restaurants like Tap Room, Midtown and Wok & Wine. Now, there are more options with the opening of three eateries namely, Martha’s Cafe, Lerisi Garifuna Restaurant and Mimi’s Bistro!

Martha’s Cafe

The vegan option. Enjoy savory vegan patties and green shakes that make you feel healthier instantly. Located on Forth Street on the second floor of Om Shanti Yoga Studio, it’s zen atmosphere is the best choice for a quick bite on busy days. For those with a sweet tooth, the turmeric latte ice-cream or the vegan brownies are a must!

Lerisi Garifunadou

An authentic Garifuna restaurant that transports you to the southern coast one bite at a time. Enjoy delicious and hearty Garifuna staples like Hudut, Darasa, and Alabundiga. Get it to go or dine in the restaurant’s rustic thatch house setting complete with culturally themed décor. Lerisi officially opened its doors to hungry patrons this weekend with true vigor. An opening ceremony that included a guided mass and even a fashion show delighted guests. Not only the food is rich in flavor at Lersi, but so is the ambiance. Staff members dress in traditional attire and are happy to educate you about their culture and how to pronounce the tasty items on the menu. If you’re lucky you might be treated to music and dancing while you eat your cassava pudding!

Mimi’s Bistro

If a home-cooked meal is what you’re looking for without actually cooking at home, Mimi’s Bistro is the place to go! Mimi’s is a family-owned restaurant that serves elevated comfort food and great cocktails. With a variety of creative appetizers like their scrumptious pulled pork tostones and mouthwatering entrees like blueberry glazed barbeque ribs, Mimi’s will bring a special taste of the excitement to your palate. Located across the street from the historical landmarks of St. John’s Cathedral and the Government House it features lovely open-air dining options as well as cozy indoor booths. Sure to be a favorite hangout spot for many, don’t miss Mimi’s grand opening on Wednesday, May 2nd!

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