At the northwest corner of the parque  (and again a few blocks down the pedestrian walkway) is Espresso Americano, serving up a decent espresso (and cappuccino, latte, or macchiato) in a Starbucks-like atmosphere. You’ll see outlets of the same chain all over town, and in fact all over the country.
On the main road in Colonia Tepeyac, Café Manía (6:30 a.m.–9 p.m. Mon.–Thurs., 6:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Fri.–Sat., and 7 a.m.–9 p.m. Sun.), near the Honduras Medical Center, has equally good coffee and a better selection of pastries, plus sandwiches and desserts. Magazines and newspapers are available for browsing, and there is free wireless Internet and a small children’s play room.
Also along Colonia Tepeyac’s main road is Vie La France (tel. 504/235-7643), a Japanese-owned French chain bakery with pastries, sandwiches, quiches, and absolutely delicious chocolate croissants.
A new addition to the businesses along the peatonal is Nicolati’s, a coffee shop and creperie. The crepes come in both sweet and savory varieties; small ones run US$1.50–3.50, large US$2.35–5.50.
For fresh fruit smoothies and fruit salads, look for countless little businesses advertising licuados. There’s one at the northwest corner of the parque, another opposite Hotel Prado on Avenida Cervantes, and a couple more along Avenida Colon. Licuados are typically US$1.25–2.