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Rachel Sedacca to join you for dinner at Hummingbird January 9, 2010

Posted by San Pedro Sun in Entertainment, Restaurant.
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You are cordially invited to Rachel Sedacca’s Private Concert and “Dinner with the Artist”

Saturday, January 9th, 2010 from 6 to 10 pm

“Cocktail Attire Please” 

There are two different meals available for everyone to choose from: 

$100 per person – Dinner Ticket includes: 

*2 Draft Beer or 2 Hummingbird House Sangria *4 shrimp or pork dumplings *Hummingbird House Salad and then choose from *Bourbon/Soy Fillet with wasabi mashed potatoes OR *Ambergris Noodles (a blend of shrimp, chicken and veggie with our secret seasoning and noodles) OR *Fresh Pompano Fish Fillet in Mango Tango Sauce with Cilantro Rice *Caye Lime Pie

Or

$75 Per Person – Sushi Ticket includes: 

*2 Draft Beer or 2 Hummingbird House Sangria *1 order of Spring Rolls *Cucumber Salad *2 Sushi Rolls (any two you prefer) *Caye Lime Pie

Kindly call and RSVP at 226.2754

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The Palm Restaurant & Martini Bar October 16, 2009

Posted by San Pedro Sun in Entertainment, Restaurant, Review.
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    While discovering the Caribbean waters and the exotic jungles of Belize one can easily be immersed in the grandeur of our country. There is no doubt that part of the intrigue of visiting a new place is experiencing the local cuisine and no matter how much you have explored the area you cannot truly appreciate the flavor of the culture until you have experienced the taste of Belize. As obvious as that may sound, you may find it easier said than done, especially at resort restaurants that are catering to American guests. With nothing but good intentions, many menus are dedicated to American cuisine in an effort to maintain the guest comfort level but inadvertently miss incorporating local dishes.

    For Hans Wagenhaus, the new General Manager at The Palms Restaurant at Reef Village, offering local, as well as Central American dishes, is a responsibility to the guests that he takes very seriously. Passionately committed to introducing the guests to the wonders of Belizean meals, the new menu at The Palms does just that with every course served from breakfast through dessert while maintaining a variety of familiar “comfort foods”, some with a Caribbean twist.

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