Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 83 baby back barbecued ribs (complete with baked potato and corn) for $18.50 U.S. The two-for-one pasta night is a must for pasta lovers, and it can include savory choices from fettuccine Alfredo with asparagus and prawns, penne with meatballs, seafood linguini, and fettuccine Alfredo with chicken. You’ll love all of these while watching sports; they’ve got all the NFL games, basketball, and more. Boulevard Marina and Vicente Guerrero, (624) 105-0381, (624) 145-4071, www.facebook.com /johnsplacecabo, info@johnsplacecabo .com. Major credit cards accepted. Daily 7 a.m.–10 p.m. $–$$$ F.R. La Casa de Don Juan What attracts people to this ranchstyle house sitting in a dusty arroyo on the outskirts of Cabo San Lucas? Since La Casa de Don Juan opened in November 2014, people have flocked to the building for its breakfasts, which have become extremely popular. Most mornings, the cars are three rows deep. In addition to the usual breakfast dishes (think oatmeal, French toast, and hot cakes), we love the traditional Mexican recipes in this family-run restaurant. Highlights include egg dishes like huevos rancheros or divorced eggs. The house specialty Doña Maria comes with three enchiladas, finely chopped cactus leaves, and beans. Steak is served with two scrambled or fried eggs and lightly fried corn tortilla pieces with red sauce. Leticia Hoyos and her husband, Gonzalo, are the owners, along with daughter Michele, who also serves as the manager. A grandson works the tables. Dining area options include a terrace, outdoor patio, and air-conditioned comfort. Beer, wine, and are tequila available. There’s free American coffee with breakfast on Thursdays, a 15 percent discount for those older than 60 years, and a free main dish on your birthday (with ID). Transpeninsular service road just past City Express Hotel, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 105-9339. Tues.–Sun. 7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. MasterCard and Visa accepted. $–$$ S.A.B.
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