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  • La Escalonia

    La Escalonia

    La Escalonia 5a Avenida Sur final #36C (MAP C6) 7832-7074 Every day 8 AM-6 PM At Vivero y Café de La Escalonia...

  • Cafe Condesa

    Cafe Condesa

    Cafe Condesa (MAP C4/E3/G3) Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM Looking for something to satisfy your cravings? Cafe Condesa has great...

  • Doña Luisa Xicotencatl

    Doña Luisa Xicotencatl

    Doña Luisa Xicontencatl 4a Calle Oriente #12, La Antigua 7832-2578 Every day 7 AM-9:30 PM   Doña Luisa Xicotencatl is located very close...

  • Café Sky

    Café Sky

    7a Avenida Norte #80 |  7832-0737 Mon-Sat 7 AM-5 PM This plate is piled high with so much meat that it could easily...



    Longanizas are yet another kind of sausages popular in Guatemala. Like other types of sausages, longanizas are made with ground pork stuffed into a...

  • Vudu Bar

    Vudu Bar

     4a Avenida Norte #3 (MAP D3) |  7832-0268    Every day 5 PM  |  Search Vudú Bar El Barrio (a building located...

  • Michos


    4a Calle Oriente #10, Edificio El Jaulón (MAP D4) Mon-Tue 12-10 PM / Wed-Thu 8 AM-10 PM / Fri-Sat 8 AM-12 AM...

  • Cafe Condesa

    Cafe Condesa

    (MAP C4/E3/G3) Sun-Thu 7 AM-8 PM Fri-Sat 7 AM-9 PM Hungry for Brunch? Cafe Condesa’s Sunday Brunch has become an Antigüeño tradition...

  • Delicias Quetzaltecas

    Delicias Quetzaltecas

    7a Avenida Norte #80 7832-0737 Mon-Sat 7 AM-5 PM Go and try Delicias Quetzaltecas’ scrumptious Quetzaltenango-style food, right here in La Antigua....

  • San Martín

    San Martín

    6a Calle Poniente #5 (MAP D5) Sun-Thu 6 AM-9 PM / Fri-Sat 6 AM-10 PM Fb: /sanmartingt 2420-9938 San Martin fills our...

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