There’s always something new to enjoy at Romeo & Julieta. Some of the newer items on the menu that feature house-made pasta include bucattini al ragu in a sauce made with slow-cooked shredded veal osso buco and, for vegetarians, the papardelle al funghi, which is made with fresh spinach, asparagus, and wild mushrooms. Meat lovers will enjoy the beef loin served with a Chianti sauce and the tender rump steak with shaved Parmesan cheese. Return visitors in the know typically opt for the Caesar salad prepared at table and favorite pastas and pizzas. A new wine list is also in the making, with more Italian wines and more choices at the best prices. As the chef says, “In Italy, wine is like water for the Italian family. It may be Cabo, but for a couple of hours, come to Romeo & Julieta and enjoy authentic Italian fare like an Italian.” With a choice of dining rooms and a beautiful patio open to the stars, it is not difficult to find a romantic spot to celebrate occasions big and small. On any given night, enjoy live music. It may be a guitar troubadour or music from an electric violin. Boulevard Marina and Camino del Cerro, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-0225, www.restaurantromeoyjulieta.com. Daily 8 a.m.–11 p.m. AmEx, MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $$–$$$$ S.A.B.
Romeo & Julieta – LCM 42 Winter 2016
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