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Los Cabos Magazine #43

From left: The chicken enchiladas in red sauce are one of the traditional Mexican dishes you’ll find at Café Canela; Captain Tony’s eponymous salad features a mix of fresh lettuce, walnuts, sliced apples, a three cheese blend (cream cheese, Parmesan, and parsley ricotta), and oregano dressing; the Pasta del Mar at Cabo Wine & Jazz is made with pasta, shrimp, scallops, black olives, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil, and fresh Parmesan cheese. 76 Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 Clockwise from top left: Miguel Ventura (2); Francisco Estrada; Joseph A. Tyson then opt for local sea bass with garlic mashed potatoes, or pasta del mar with shrimp, bay scallops, and Parmesan cheese. Wine tastings and lunch take place Mon.–Sat  10 a.m.–3 p.m.  Live music Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. with local jazz singer Daline Jones and jazz guitarist Ignacio Chavez. Jazz musicians drop by to jam on Wednesday, Fridays, and Saturdays 10 p.m.–1 a.m. Lázaro Cardenas and Miguel Hidalgo, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 688-1223, www.cabowineandjazz .com. Kitchen open: Mon.– Sat. 10 a.m.– 3p.m. and 6 p.m.–9:30 p.m.  Master Card and Visa accepted. $–$$ S.A.B. Café Canela Talk about a treasure hidden in plain sight. While I’d walked by Café Canela dozens of times, I only recently stopped in for the first time…and I was blown away by dishes like grilled teriyaki fish and pita sandwiches. The downtown spot is a sister restaurant to Cabo San Lucas restaurants Mi Casa and Peacocks and San José del Cabo favorites La Panga Antigua and Mi Casa San José. It serves healthy and delicious breakfasts every day, and its most popular options on the breakfast menu include fresh fruit with yogurt and granola, pancakes with fresh fruit, toasted bagel with cream cheese, variwith lime. Then there’s the pan-seared 8-ounce beef fillet with mashed potatoes and crispy onions. For dessert, opt for the lemon or chocolate and caramel tart or banana bread pudding. Vincente Guerrero and Lázaro Cárdenas, Cabo San Lucas, (624 143-1188, www.cabowabocantina.com. Restaurant: Daily 11 a.m.–11 p.m. Patio bar: Daily 8 a.m.–1 a.m. Club: Nightly 8 p.m.–1 a.m. All major credit cards accepted. $$–$$$ S.A.B. Cabo Wine & Jazz, a Los Cabos Winery Company The Los Cabos Winery is back following its closure due to Hurricane Odile.  Not only is the new location charming, but your visit will also include outstanding food (include new and old favorites), a nice selection of wines at reasonable prices, a return of its previous chef, and all that jazz. Owner and host Robert Turnage takes pride in every detail, ensuring guests have a excellent night out, whether they are looking for relaxation or a romantic date. Sample menu selections include pasta, seafood and fork-tender steak. Start with the signature bruschetta with fresh tomato, basil, and mozzarella served on toasted baguette, serves beverages and snacks, while the upper terrace features dishes for lunch such as the famous lobster tacos or the Waburrito, a huge burrito stuffed with chicken, tomatoes, and cheese. Dinner appetizers include pan-seared sea scallops with Cabo Wabo tequila reposado butter. Button mushrooms stuffed with cream cheese and dried chiles is a another favorite appetizer. The signature entrée is Sammy’s tequila shrimp sautéed with serrano chile and deglazed The Tampiqueña platter at Campestre Restaurant Bar is only for the hungry; it comes with grilled steak, chicken enchiladas, and a quesadilla.


Los Cabos Magazine #43
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