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Hungry? Order the Doña María at La Casa de Don Juan. The breakfast features three enchiladas, nopales, and refried beans. Land’s End to waylay them. Mexican and American comfort food specialties are the focus at the pirate-themed Jack’s Bar & Grill. One might think the food and drink almost an afterthought, but there’s no denying Jack’s serves tasty, generously portioned fare like nachos, burgers, and baby back ribs at affordable prices. The Jack’s Burger is a perennially popular option—topped with bacon, blue cheese, portobello, and an onion ring, and served with a side of French fries. We also love the arrachera (flank steak), rib-eye, New York, and filet mignon. All entrées include a choice of sides—nopales (cactus salad), baby carrots, grilled onions, sautéed mushrooms, and baked potatoes, to name but a few. Kids love pirates, so there are also plenty of lunch and dinner offerings geared toward the little ones. Marina Golden Zone, Cabo San Lucas Marina, Cabo San Lucas. (624) 145-6011, www.goldenzon ecabo.com. Daily noon to 11 p.m. All major credit cards and vouchers accepted. $–$$ C.S. La Casa de Don Juan Due to popular demand, La Casa de Don Juan—a breakfast favorite since it opened in 2014—has expanded its menu and hours. And while you can’t come to Cabo without stopping in for breakfast—try the eggs with steak or mole or omelets— you’ll also want to try out such traditional Mexican dishes as menudo (tripe with white or red sauce with cilantro, onion, oregano, and lime) and chicharrones (fried pork skin) served in a red sauce. Come lunchtime, opt for prix fixe meal with the soup of the day or green salad; two choices of sides such as baked potato, vegetables, pasta, Mexican rice, or beans; and an entrée (the selection includes the fish of the day either grilled or batter fried, shrimp fixed in a similar manner but with a spicy Diablo sauce, chicken breast stuffed with spinach, chicken or fish fingers with French fries, chiles rellenos, taquitos, a popular pork dish called cochinita pibil, and two beef dishes) for less than $15 U.S. Transpeninsular service road just past City Express Hotel, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 105-9339. Tues.–Sun. 7 a.m.–5 p.m. MasterCard and Visa accepted. $–$$ S.A.B. La Dolce Ristorante VENTURA MIGUEL One reason for La Dolce’s popularity is its simplicity. There’s nothing complicated about the menu; it’s strictly Northern Los Cabos Magazine | Winter 2017 83


Los Cabos Magazine Issue 45 Winter 2017
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