February 2010 in Revue Magazine

Caldo de Pata (Photo by Rudy Girón/AntiguaDailyPhoto.com)

Caldo de Pata (Photo by Rudy Girón/AntiguaDailyPhoto.com)

Deciding where your next dining out experience is going to take place entails some decisions. What kind of food do you and your companions feel like indulging in? Gourmet? Local? International? What price range? What kind of ambience? Formal? Casual? Breakfast or lunch? Dinner here, dessert there?

The decisions become even tougher when there are so many wonderful eateries to choose from. The Revue can help you with your quest. Throughout the year, we will be publishing various “Dining Samplers” from restaurants around the country.

In February we start with the Antigua Dining Sampler. Presented are over 80 palatable possibilities, from traditional Guatemalan breakfasts to complex world-class desserts. With over 40 restaurants represented, we’ve also included some beverages and appetizers. ¡Buen provecho!

If you have some particularly favorite dining choices to include in our future issues, we would love to get your “feed”back at dining@revuemag.com.

Of course, there are plenty of other things to do this month besides eat. Included in our pages is a Walking Tour of “Old” Pana; an excursion to a young winery and where you can taste the fruits of their first vintage; a heads-up on next month’s Festival Atitlán; some Valentine’s Day musings; Photo Ops from Guatemala City’s central market and from the beaches of El Salvador; and there are always plenty of fun options in the DateBook cultural calendar, including a few very interesting and interactive charity events.

If you missed seeing the 7th Annual Revue Photo Issue in January, it’s all online at www.revuemag.com. Enjoy February!

—John & Terry Kovick Biskovich

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