Accommodations and Food
The simple Hotel Ojojona (tel. 504/767-0485, US$20 s, US$25 d) is currently the only place to stay in town, up a steep hill near the entrance to town. The rooms are pleasant and have hot water and private bathrooms. There is an American-owned bed and breakfast in the works.
Restaurant Joxone (9 a.m.–4 p.m. daily) just off the square serves beef pork and chicken (US$2.50–5), as well as small plates such as enchiladas catrachas, chilaquiles and baleadas, for US$0.60–1.30.
Near the entrance to town, Comedor Típica La Choza is open later, with similar food and prices. The best snack in town is just over the Puente El Cuzuco, the footbridge out of the main square, where a little shack sells three tasty tacos for a buck (lunch only).
© Chris Humphrey and Amy E. Robertson from Moon Honduras, 5th Edition