Monday, July 15, 2024

What’s New: Boomer’s Café


After relocating beside Carlo & Ernie’s Runway Bar on Coconut Drive, Boomer’s Café is back and open for business. If you haven’t heard about Boomer’s, just know that they specialize in the most important meal of the day: breakfast!
The newly renovated café promotes a cozy, outdoor atmosphere for any diner to enjoy their Belizean or American style breakfast favorites. Opened from 6:30AM to 2PM, Boomer’s has many affordable options to choose from. From their popular overstuffed fry jacks with beans, eggs, ham and cheese, to their Belizean Breakfast with fry jacks, beans, eggs, ham, and sausage, your taste buds will definitely thank you.
Featuring Johnny Cakes, Breakfast Burrito, American Breakfast, French Toast, Pancakes, Waffles, and Omelets, you’re sure to feel full at Boomer’s. They also have a variety of coffee blends, smoothies, natural juices, and refreshments.
After getting married on Ambergris Caye in 2013, owners Tammy and Joseph Leonard fell in love with the island life, and its people. Tammy told The San Pedro Sun that it was always her dream to open a café, and her dream finally became a reality in 2016.
The Leonards prioritize in fresh ingredients, and custom orders are welcome. “Every breakfast is made to order. Our cooks make their flour and bread dough daily, and bake our bread fresh. Another perk at Boomer’s is that we allow our customers to customize their order, which allows much flexibility to our locals and visitors,” said Leonard.
Tammy noted that surprisingly people love to order breakfast during lunch hours. Thus, they focus on breakfast items only, happy to satisfy your breakfast cravings any time of the day. Delicious food and warm hospitality certainly brings its customers back again and again.
Boomer’s Cafe is open six days a week, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 6:30AM to 2PM. Call them at 226-2299, or check out their Facebook page at: Boomers Bar & Grill.

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