Weezie’s does not have a restaurant or formal bar. We do have a small service bar where we have beer (5bz) and soda and water (2bz). All of our rooms have full kitchens except or standard room which has a fridge and microwave. There are 2 main grocery stores which are well stocked, a whole slew of convenience stores and a a couple of fruit and vegetable stands so you should be able to get all the provisions you need.The best place to purchase wine and liquor is at the airport when you are waiting to get your luggage. There are two duty free liquor shops with very good prices.

Caye Caulker has over 50 restaurants from simple to fancy all with in a short bike ride or walk. Some of our favorites include:

Happy Lobster – is our go to for breakfast and they also serve lunch and dinner as well at reasonable prices. It is run by Miriam and her lovely family.

Amore Cafe – Delicious coffee, waffles and breakfast sandwiches. it is run by Mika a danish lady and her friendly staff.

Paridiso Cafe – Tasty breakfast and lunch. They make the best sandwiches on the island.

Errol’s House of Fryjacks – The best deal on the island. A fry jack stuffed with eggs, beens cheese or what ever you like just for a couple of bucks.

Rainbow Grill – the dinning room hangs over the Caribbean Sea. Consistantly good food from curry chicken to club sandwich. A little on the pricey side but the views more than make up for it.

Lazy Lizard at the Split – funky beach bar at the tip of the south island. fantastic people watching. A good spot for a cold Beliken and some fish tacos.

Syd’s – A locals spot that serves delicious fried chicken and stewed chicken with beans and rice. The very affordable prices make it taste all the better.

Barrier Reef Sports Bar and Grill – this is the go to spot for evening fun. There is live music a couple times per week and trivia nights. The food is yummy too. A great spot to watch the game on one of the many TVs.

Bondi Bar – is known for it Taco Tuesdays and great margaritas. Also a chill spot for a relaxing drink later in the evening.

Maggie’s Sunset Grill – Small family run place on the backside(west) of Caye Caulker down by the Split. It is casual in a picnic table style way and a great place for fresh fish and lobster. Hard to believe such wonderful flavors come out such a tiny kitchen.

Pasta Per Caso by Anna and Armando – A tiny restaurant that fills up fast. Anna and Armando are an Italian couple who create two special pasta dishes each night. One of our favorite spots.

Il Pelicano – Delicious Italian food in an elegant garden setting. Also the best pizza on the island. Not to be missed.

Habaneros – Located in the old telephone building and has a great Caribbean vibe. Our favorite place to eat fish. The seafood curry is to die for. We always eat here our last night on the island as a treat.

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