Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Super Bowl Sunday

You gotta love all the quirky little signs hanging throughout Mr. Joe's.

Mr. Joe's Lone Star Grill

We started the day with lunch at Mr. Joe's Lone Star Grill which is about 3 miles south of town.  Mr. Joe who owns the place is from Texas and was a super nice guy.  So if you are looking for some great Tex-Mex food, I would highly recommend trying out Mr. Joe's,   The menu had lots of good eats.   Fried dill pickles which I happen to love, quesadillas, fresh guacamole, chicken fried steak, cold beer and margarita's. The chicken fried steak which is actually called Texas fried steak (not to confuse people that it is chicken) comes covered in gravy with a side of fries and Texas toast.  We decided to try the the quesadillas and guacamole.  They were both yummy.  I look forward to going back to Mr. Joe's again soon.

Ambergris Caye Brewing Company

After lunch we decided to go on a site seeing trip around town with some friends.  We stopped in at Ambergris Brewing company located north of town.  I had been hearing a lot about this place and wanted to check it out.  We definitely plan on going back to try out their breakfast menu and we hear they have some great coffee that Bill wants to try. 


Believe it or not there were many choices around town to watch the super bowl game.  We picked Pedro's because it was just down the street and we could walk there.  The crowd started building closer to kick off time.  We ordered one of Pedro's famous pizza's.

Updates from Marco Gonzalez and Mama Vilma's:

Marco Gonzalez Archaeological Reserve is requesting assistance in locating a container. Either a 20 or 40 foot unit will work for us. In order to further the studies of this important Coastal Trading Village, excavated items need to be properly stored. The current container has no room to accept items to be studied. Therefore, we respectfully request your help in the donation or modest cost of a unit. Please contact Jan Brown,, or 662-2725, if you have information about one.

Thank you very much.
Jan Brown

Mama Vilma’s Family Home thanks the San Pedro Community for the outpouring of support for our 2nd Annual Fashion Show! Close to 200 supporters came to the San Pedro Fitness/Tennis Club for a night of food, fun and fashion. Your support added $11,000 to our account at Belize Bank. That is one more step toward our goal of opening a safe home where all services needed to help a struggling family…Food, Clothing, Shelter, Counseling, Medical Services and Education will be provided in a caring and compassionate way. Thank you to all that came out to support and enjoy this great event. You MADE A DIFFERENCE in the lives of those less fortunate.

Mama Vilma’s Committee

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