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Family owned Latitudes Café in San Pedro, Belize offers tasty meals, snacks and drinks, friendly service and a fantastic beachfront location. From our fresh fruit smoothies and popular milkshakes, to handmade wraps, filling burgers and more; join us for breakfast, lunch, or just a cold refreshing drink (alcoholic and non). Make sure to save room for our new desserts!
Great little cafe on the beach with super good fruit smoothies and breakfast wraps. Owner was extremely nice and efficient. While there were many places on the island we experienced a wait for service, this was not one of them! Enjoy!
Great place for breakfast! Their Apple French Toast is to die for. They were at the end of the old water taxi pier, but after Hurricane Earl the pier was moved 100 yards north. It’s worth the three minute walk south past Estels.
Great little place on the beach for breakfast. The service is always good with Jason the owner marking sure things are in place. The food quality and quantity always great. I make at least "1"stop in there every time I visit.
No trip to San Pedro is complete without having breakfast at Latitudes Cafe! This is your go-to spot for everything! You will be warmly welcomed by the owner Jason who makes sure everything is perfect from start to finish. Conveniently located on the beach, you...will enjoy the BEST cup of coffee to be found in San Pedro while taking in the gorgeous ocean view. You must try the Apple Crisp French Toast, words don't do it justice on just how decadent it is! Or perhaps you want the traditional "Canadian" breakfast of bacon, eggs and all the fixings...make sure you order extra "fry jacks", a tasty Belizean specialty. Latitudes has it all and you will feel like family from the moment you step inside and will leave you craving your next meal there all day long. Latitudes is my favorite spot in San Pedro and we will return every time we visit this amazing island!More
We just returned from San Pedro and this was our favorite place for breakfast. We ate there 3 times! The apple crisp french toast is to die for and the Cure is also a favorite. Jason the owner is a very nice guy and we...had great conversation with him. A cute little place right on the beach.....food with a view! Would recommend to anyone!More
As soon as my wife and I walked in to this beachfront spot we felt like we made the right decision. Brunch was amazing and and the service was even better. Highly recommend the Apple Crisp french toast and "The Cure". Owner was very friendly...and suggested the favorites and specials of the day.
We will going back when we return to San Pedro!More
We went for breakfast and it was our favourite meal we had all week! The fry jacks and the French toast were incredible! Great spot right on the beach! The owner served us personally and he was so friendly and makes great coffee!!
We stayed in San Pedro for almost two weeks, and Latitudes became our favourite place for breakfast and lunch. They have the best coffee (served in great mugs) and the huevos rancheros are simply the best.
Don’t pass this little place up! The owner is so friendly and serves up amazing food with a smile! Super chill spot to grab some of the best eats on the island. He poured me a delicious daiquiri as well! Did I say don’t pass...this up!😉More
My husband and I stopped for breakfast. My husband had the Belizean Breakfast and I had the Canadian Breakfast. They were both so good, lots of food and good coffee. Jason the owner is super nice. We ran into him several times during our stay...and he always said hi!More
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Wine is very expensive in Belize, wherever you go. Local wines are pretty bad as well, except for the Travellers Blackberry, which is good mixed with sprite as a spritzer. If you want good wine, buy at the airport duty free... More
Wine is very expensive in Belize, wherever you go. Local wines are pretty bad as well, except for the Travellers Blackberry, which is good mixed with sprite as a spritzer. If you want good wine, buy at the airport duty free, or spend a lot in the stores for good wine. A bottle costing $10 in the US will be about $30 in BZ. We live here and we are rum and beer people now. Long tall drinks are much more popular; a bottle of rum, vodka or gin runs about $8 a bottle. Have a great visit!
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