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From left: The pork tacos at Café Canela are a delicious find right in the heart of downtown Cabo San Lucas; Campestre is a gem known to locals and in-the-know visitors (pictured: Imperial shrimp). 76 Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 San Lucas Marina Boulevard, Plaza del Sol, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-7577, www.micasagroupcabo.com. Daily 8 a.m.–11 p.m. AmEx, MasterCard, and Visa accepted. $–$$ F.R. Campestre Restaurant Bar Locals and in-the-know tourists flock to this Cabo San Lucas restaurant for its home-style cooking, generous portions, and excellent customer service. Campestre’s breakfasts are famous: The green chilaquiles topped with steak are hearty and delicious. Come dinnertime, you can start with a steaming tortilla soup, one of the best in Los Cabos. Then comes the decision of what to order. Favorites include jumbo coconut shrimp, Imperial jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon, devil-style shrimp, garlic fish, lobster, and surf and turf—all served with rice and garden vegetables. Traditional Mexican food is prepared to perfection and includes all the typical favorites: fajitas, enchiladas, chile relleno, carne asada, and the list goes on. Dessert can be a simple, beautifully decorated flan with strawberries, or go for the show with flamed bananas or strawberries over ice cream or Mexican coffee. Salvatierra, at corner of López Mateos and Camino al Faro, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-8830, www.restaurant campestreloscabos.com (Spanish); miguel ventura (2) for the lemon or chocolate and caramel tart or banana bread pudding. Vincente Guerrero and Lázaro Cárdenas, Cabo San Lucas, (624 143-1188, www.cabowabocantina.com. Restaurant: Daily 11 a.m.–11 p.m. Patio bar: Daily 8 a.m.–1 a.m. Club: Nightly 8 p.m.–1 a.m. All major credit cards accepted. $$–$$$ S.A.B. Café Canela This downtown Cabo San Lucas spot offers the perfect blend of tourist friendly dishes and local flavor. Start your mornings there with its signature “Super” breakfasts; each of the dishes comes with coffee or freshly squeezed orange juice for only $75 pesos. The most popular options on the breakfast menu include fresh fruit with yogurt and granola, pancakes with fresh fruit, toasted bagel with cream cheese, various omelets, classic Mexican chilaquiles, and egg wraps. Lunch favorites include Mexican tacos and burritos, as well as unexpected dishes like a Middle Eastern pita sandwich. Come dinnertime, I highly recommend the teriyaki grilled fish, along with the restaurant’s chicken enchiladas: Four come packed on a plate and smothered in red sauce. Café Canela’s arrachera steak is another menu highlight that is worth your attention, as are any of the pasta options. Cabo


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