Captain Tony’s – LCM 40 SPRING 2015

Captain Tony’s is known for its seafood and pizza, but you’ll also want to try the arrachera steak with grilled nopal and traditional sides. Photo By Francisco Estrada

From fishermen-friendly breakfasts to wood-fired gourmet pizzas, Captain Tony’s is renowned for serving delicious and filling fare from sunrise to well beyond sunset. But there’s no denying that this popular waterfront eatery reaches its palate-pleasing peak during the dinner hours. That’s when chef Nicolás Ayala Ramírez showcases his best Mexican and seafood-style specialty dishes, including superb seafood chiles rellenos (poblano peppers stuffed with shrimp, fish, and scallops) and the catch of the day, foil wrapped and stuffed with shrimp and veggies. For a real treat, try a molcajete (traditional stone bowl) filled with chicken, beef, or shrimp (or a combination of two), cooked in red sauce and spices, then topped with melted cheese and grilled onions. Or bring in your own catch for the restaurant’s “you hook it, we cook it” dinner, served in one of four signature styles, and served with bread and salad for only $7 U.S. per person. Cabo San Lucas Marina, behind the Tesoro resort, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-6797, Daily 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ C.S.