A place with nice food, comfortable place, and good enviroment. Monoloco means crazy monkey so it is a great name to start with.
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This is a taste of home -- an American style sports bar with wings, burgers and the like -- but with high prices. The food was good but not great. Burgers are around $10. One of the nachos dishes was around $20! The platter was...More
It's like walking into an American restaurant. Everyone's speaking English, one of the bartenders didn't even seem to speak Spanish. Seems like a good place for expats missing home but a bad choice for travelers. American comfort food at American prices, which is a lot...More
If you are looking for a place where you can avoid everything Guatemalan, this is the place for you. The food and service are good. I especially liked the Thai chicken burrito. It's an excellent place for the weary American traveler who is seeking familiar...More
I'm not normally a "nacho guy" but i want to go back to antigua and the nachos here are one of the main reasons. Antigua is one of the most picturesque places i have visited, but the nachos at Monoloco were surprising.
A friend and I stopped in to Monoloco on a Friday evening. We only had a couple of drinks. We each had the Monkey Punch. It was pretty good. The service was quick and the waitress was kind enough. I'd recommend if you're interested in...More
Like being at a US sports bar. Everybody speaks English. Overpriced, average food IMO. They do have Liter beers. I'd go back for beer & a game only.
This is a great bar if you are looking for pub food and an ex-pat vibe. If you are looking for something more local, this isnt the place. The service was great, we went on a Saturday night and it was a fantastic vibe. But...More
A local favorite amongst the ex-pat community, the Monoloco is instantly familiar to any American sports bar visitors. They have a large bar and a series of large TVs that are broadcasting a variety of American and European live sport. The bar food is very...More