There's a historic colonial era hotel in severe need of rehabilitation down on the waterfront, where a lot of motor taxis hang out. Despite it's run-down atmosphere, or perhaps because of it, this place is a major stop for breakfast and for those wanting to stock up on beer or bottled water on their way off the pier. We were recommended this place because it opened early enough to feed us before the trip off the island. Inside there's a concern with fire danger with an English sign having a funny grammar error. During this breakfast, an affluent Ladiño Honduran stopped by for bottled water and a brief chat with us. In a few minutes, we learned a lot about the historic importance of the decrepit building and the island culture. The traditional eggs, rice, and beans breakfast was good, and with an adequate supply of cold bottled drinks and hot coffee.
Surprisingly, this is the only place on the waterfront in Amapala, and it's closed in the morning, but it's a great place for dinner, fortunately. We had jumbo shrimp sautéed garlic and olive oil. I drank a beer. Prices are reasonable.