Gonz Saloon in Belize City, awesome food, corner of Barrack Road and Hyde’s Lane, late 1980's
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Hyde’s Lane at Barrack Road, taken in 1975, Gonz panades hut was still around. Photo courtesy George Villanueva.

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Gonz Saloon in Belize City, awesome food, corner of Barrack Road and Hyde’s Lane, late 1980's

Gonz and Tina Alvarez saloon, Mr. Alvarez was the man! This place looked like this but it was the really best tamales in Belize... love it! The best tamales and garnaches and panades and salbutes with that nice sauce that they served with it. Best customer awareness, great fish panades and good value for the money. Gonzalo was the BEST! This was a place we went to learn patience, it was always crowded. It looks better now.

Those were real garnaches not the way people make garnaches now a days, with onions cooked down with the tomato.

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Gonz saloon, famous for panades, garnaches, salbutes, etc... They had great tamales.. They are now in Buttonwood Bay.

Omg, I lived down the street and walked by every day to go to Holy Redeemer school down Hydes Lane....Corner of Barracks Road and Hydes Lane... plus we waited in line to get the best panades in town...

Daily lunch during the hard days of Sixth Form! Life mih hawd but sweet.

I used to live with the Pantons, around the corner, when I was studying in the city and the boys from the hood, me included, used to go and buy panades there...

Geez thats many moons ago remember as young buay I look forward for a nice tamales or some panades at Gons. Also they had a place down the street with the best meat pies

Dat da real throwback .....Gons was the best back in the days

omg! best ever

U pay 25 to cut ur hair and they cut ur neck there

bring back memories - I used to war bout 15 to 20 panades at a time ova deh

Good ol days. Loved the ones from cazon (young shark) with lot a onion and habanero sauce on top.

They have relocated to the northern highway.

Seeing this picture all I can think of is the flies.the food was good, but the flies

these were really nice panadas and tamales

was wondering what happened to Gonz. The tamales and panades were great!!

Best parades and garnaches ever

Licia Alamilla Castillo: The best panades and garnaches!!! Opposite corner, Matus mattress and Alamilla's furniture at the back.

Dora Riverol: Heard Gonz retired and moved to Miami Beach where he bought a multi million dollar home ... that is how profitable his panades business was ... always kept at least 3 ladies busy making panades.

Brenda Faggie Rutkowsky: My Mother used to work for them, making their tamales in the early 70’s. There are Gonzales Family. There son’s carry on the business.

Margaret Beuchot Lawyer: Boy those were the days. Love to have me some tamales and green golden plumbs with the hot sauce.

Cesar Mendez: Fish panades... bajon ..nice up... remember the welding spot there too Esquilianos. .memories 80's

Dora Riverol: Heard Gonz retired and moved to Miami Beach where he bought a multi million dollar home ... that is how profitable his panades business was ... always kept at least 3 ladies busy making panades.

Licia Alamilla Castillo: The best panades and garnaches!!! Opposite corner, Matus mattress and Alamilla's furniture at the back.

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