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Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014

The Huarache de Tacho at Los Deseos is made with steak on a sope and served with homemade sauce and melted cheese. SUMMER 2014 | LOS CABOS MAGAZINE 83 Francisco Estrada Relish the flavor of locally sourced, fresh grilled fish with garlic and butter at Los Barriles Restaurant Bar. Andrik Oecheler The surf and turf at the brand-new John’s Place in downtown Cabo San Lucas is a real feast. Los Deseos The most addictive appetizer in all of Los Cabos may very well be the queso fundido—or melted cheese—at the aptly named Los Deseos on the Cabo San Lucas Marina. The name, for those who don’t know, means “the wishes” or “the desires.” And, indeed, the traditional queso fundido appetizer is all you could wish for: It’s made tableside in a volcanic rock, then doused with tequila and served alongside handmade tortillas. It’s a delightful way start to a meal that is guaranteed to please on multiple levels. Tikin Xic is a Yucatecan-style fish fillet with achiote sauce wrapped in a banana leaf. The Aztec Huarache steak is a finely cut fillet with green chilaquiles and salsa on cactus leaves. And the jericalla is a Jalisco-style dessert that falls somewhere in between crème brûlée and flan. Marina Golden Zone, Cabo San Lucas Marina, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 145-6011, www.marinagoldenzone.com. Daily 7 a.m.–11 p.m. All major credit cards and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ A.A. Madeira Bistro There is an undeniable satisfaction that comes with the discovery of a hidden gem like Madeira Bistro. The frill-free Brazilian steak house in downtown Cabo San Lucas is part of a new—and welcome—wave of restaurateurs turning their attention to South America. But, unlike so many spots, Madeira Bistro also offers an extraordinary deal to clients. For just $25 U.S., you are treated to all-youcan eat dinners that start with wonderfully garlicky bread, whipped mashed potatoes, rice, purple cabbage slaw, and chicken wings. Servers walk table to table with rodízio-style skewers Miguel Ventura


Los Cabos Magazine #37 - Summer 2014
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