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Los Cabos Magazine #43

DINING La Cueva Food & Climbing Every time we think we’ve seen it all in Los Cabos, we’re proved wrong. The family-run La Cueva Food & Climbing has been a welcome addition, introducing menu but also indoor rock climbing. This is a spot that is fun for kids and adults. There are monthly prizes so children can win via their fun weekend rock climbing extravaganzas and challenges. one-month rock climbing membership valued around $600–$900 pesos. The chef and cooks at La Cueva & Climbing of tantalizingly tasty dishes that start with breakfast, and include lunch and early dinners that have already attracted of Americans, Canadians, and locals. Customers can order any of the fresh organic dishes and create the breakfast or lunch of their choice. Calle Bonita in El Tezal, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 105- 9056, www.lacueva.mx. Tues.–Sat. 8 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun. 8 a.m.–3 p.m. $–$$. MasterCard and Visa accepted. F.R. 84 Los Cabos Magazine | Spring 2016 Clockwise From Top: Andrick Oechler (2); raynnier gallegos not only a healthy and delicious The best climbers can win a free offer a healthy and delectable menu a regular customer base made up La Dolce Ristorante Italiano Buckle your seatbelts. You’re in for an exciting culinary adventure through Northern Italy. In fact, there are so many dishes on La Dolce’s menu that you might be tempted to stop and ask for directions. And that’s OK. When we’re stuck between the antipasti and pasta, pesce e gamberoni and pizza, we sometimes just take a breath to see what others are ordering. Flavors float to you, and with clarity you know that that is what you want. Starters include various takes on bruschetta, but I’m especially impressed with the one with smoked salmon on garlic bread. There is also a must-try Caprese salad. Follow it with house-made pastas like lasagna or ravioli, which will transport you directly to Italy. Pizza selections include the usual faves and some surprises; try one with chicken and pine nuts. Miguel Hidalgo and Zapatas, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143- 4122, www.restauranteladolce.com. Nightly 5 p.m.–midnight. Also in San José del Cabo: Miguel Hidalgo and Zaragosa, (624) 142-6621. Tues.–Sun. Clockwise from top: The meat lasagna at La Forchetta is undeniably good; La Dolce serves a seafood spaghetti with shrimp, bacon, onion, and tomato in a cream sauce; you can enjoy a healthy and delicious pizza at La Cueva Food & Climbing.


Los Cabos Magazine #43
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