Warning: Once you’ve tried the Brazilian-style rodízio (all-you-can-eat steak and other skewered proteins) at Madeira Bistro, you’re likely to be hooked for life. Here’s how it works: You pay a fixed price (here only $28 U.S.), and servers bring around generous portions of top sirloin, rib eye, and ribs throughout the meal until the diners cry uncle, signaling they’ve had enough. Other selections include New York strip and flank steaks, turkey breast and bacon. An excellent Argentine Malbec is poured by the glass, with bottled offerings from premier wine producers in Argentina, Chile, Italy, Mexico, and Uruguay. And there’s the classic caipirinha, a cocktail based on cachaça, or sugar cane liquor, favored by samba dancers and international bons vivants. Calle Vicente Guerrero and Francisco I. Madero, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-0273. Tues.–Sun. 4 p.m.–11 p.m. Master- Card, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $$–$$$ A.A.