At the center of town, this fort was built in 1849 by Caste War refugees for protection from attacks by hostile Maya. Remains of the...
A colorful and graphic mural by Belizean-Mexican artist Manual Villamor Reyes enlivens the lobby of the town hall. The mural depicts...
Joe and Yolanda's Purple Toucan serves some of the best food in Corozal. From Mayan pork choc (a grilled pork dish with onions, tomato...
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Patty's Bistro information
Though the location has shifted two blocks, management of this Corozal favorite has not changed, nor has their friendliness or overall decor. The yellow walls are hung with hokey beach art, and the tables are covered in plastic tablecloths, but the atmosphere is so welcoming that the informal decor only adds to the charm. The place is best known for its conch soup (BZ$12), a thick potato-based chowder with vegetables, rice and chunks of conch meat, but more adventurous diners may want to go for the cow-foot soup (BZ$10). You'll also find more Mexican and Belizean fare on the menu, not to mention burgers, sandwiches and other standards.