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Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 77 DINING ous omelets, classic Mexican chilaquiles, and egg wraps. Return for lunch, and you’ll find a diverse menu that offers everything Italian panini to Middle Eastern pita sandwiches, and Mexican fish tacos and burritos. Come dinnertime, I highly recommend the teriyaki grilled fish, along with the restaurant’s chicken enchiladas: Four come packed on a plate and smothered in red sauce. Café Canela’s arrachera steak is another menu highlight that is worth your attention, as are any of the pasta options. Cabo San Lucas Marina Boulevard, Plaza del Sol, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-7577,www.micasagroup cabo.com. Daily 8 a.m.–11 p.m. AmEx, MasterCard, and Visa accepted. $–$$ F.R. Campestre Restaurant Bar You know a restaurant must be really good when everybody raves about it, but it’s not exactly easy to find. Located a little off the beaten path, Campestre has been satisfying its customers since 2000 with not only good but excellent food and service. María Félix Rodríguez and Leonel Mendoza Serrano have found the secret to serving authentic Mexican food and inspiring guests to return time and time again. Here is what you can look forward to for dinner: Start with a margarita served in a mega soda-fountain-type glass followed by a tortilla soup that is known as one of the best in Los Cabos. Then comes the decision of what to order. Favorites include jumbo coconut shrimp, Imperial jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon, devil-style shrimp, garlic fish, lobster, and surf and turf—all served with rice and garden vegetables. The pineapple and mango sauce served with the shrimp is not too sweet and a great accompaniment. Mexican food is prepared to perfection and includes all the typical favorites: fajitas, enchiladas, chile relleno, carne asada, and the list goes on. Dessert can be a simple, beautifully decorated flan with strawberries, or go for the show with flamed bananas or strawberries over ice cream or Mexican coffee. Salvatierra, at corner of López Mateos and Camino al Faro, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-8830, www.restaurantcampestreloscabos.com (Spanish); www.los cabosguide.com/campestre (English). Mon.–Fri. 7:30 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat. 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 7:30 a.m.–2 p.m. Master- Card and Visa accepted. $–$$ S.A.B. Captain Tony’s If you’re coming to Cabo for the fishing, chances are you’re going to be spending a lot of time at Captain Tony’s. The congenial Cabo San Lucas Marina eatery is the hangout of choice for visiting anglers, with photo-filled walls celebrating decades of successful fishing trips and tournaments, and charter-friendly hours of operation. Translation: No matter how early you’re headed out, Captain Tony’s is open and serving up filling fare. Try the Fisherman’s Breakfast with two pancakes, two eggs (scrambled or fried), two slices of ham or bacon, and fresh fruit; and grab one of the restau-


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