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Los Cabos Magazine Issue 45 Winter 2017

Los Cabos Magazine | Winter 2017 91 DINING can enjoy its signature service and flavors in not one but two locations. This fall, Pan di Bacco opened a San José del Cabo outpost, which serves the same quiche, croquettes, pizza, brioche, and baba soft rum cake people have fallen in love with. Visitors to the bakery can also pop in for baguettes of ciabatta, tartine or cheese grissini, or settle in for savory servings of leek and bacon quiche, potato frittatas, organic chicken croquettes, or antipasti and veggie panini. The menu blends a host of hearty breakfast delicacies with the more sophisticated fare one would expect during a lengthy, Italian-style lunch. There’s a trio of daily wine pairing options as a multicourse meal upgrade. Heart healthy salads and fruit salads can be custom made at the onsite salad bar, and the café offers heart-starting espressos from rich Italian Illy coffees. Of course, the incredible service and cuisine should come as no surprise; Pan di Bacco is part of the same family of restaurants that includes Sunset Mona Lisa and Sunset Point. Cabo San Lucas: Marina Boulevard and Lázaro Cárdenas, (624) 143-3508, www.pandibac co.com. San José del Cabo: km 7.55 on the tourist corridor, (624) 108-1748 Daily 7 a.m.–midnight. MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ C.S. Pancho’s Restaurant The spirit of Old México is alive and well at Pancho’s, a restaurant named for one of the country’s most famous men and dedicated to preserving its legacy of good food, good drinks, and good times. And, for those worried about the recent transition of ownership, fear not: Pancho’s is as good as ever, if not better. The sprawling restaurant is alive with bright and cheery colors: Just picture the multicolored Mexican table linens with fresh flowers and candles and papel picado (paper cutouts) hanging from the ceiling. Pancho’s can accommodate up to 150 people at a time—thanks to a multi-room setup—and each guest is treated to views of one-of-a-kind murals. Here you’ll find more than 60 items on the menu—try the chile relleno!—and the bar houses more than 500 types of tequila. Some diners come annually from as far away as New York for their tamale fix; others drool for coconut shrimp in a special mango sauce made with tequila. Outstanding seafood includes whole grilled red snapper, lobster, and fresh fish. A special may include chicken stuffed with cuitlacoche topped with poblano and panela cheese sauce. For an enjoyable experience, sign up for one of three tequila tastings in their tequila room and receive a “Master of Tequilas” certificate. Reservations suggested. Hidalgo and Zapata, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-2891, www .panchos.com. Daily 8 a.m.–11 p.m. MasterCard, Visa, and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ S.A.B. Peacock’s Restaurant Though named for one of the most flamboyant of pheasants, Peacock’s in downtown Cabo San Lucas is decidedly under-


Los Cabos Magazine Issue 45 Winter 2017
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