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Captain Tony’s is known for its pizzas, but you’d be remiss if you passed up its seared tuna. Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 77 www.loscabosguide.com/campestre (English). Mon.–Fri. 7:30 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat. 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 7:30 a.m.– 2 p.m. MasterCard and Visa accepted. $–$$ S.A.B. Captain Tony’s We’re hooked on this Cabo San Lucas Marina eatery. Not only does it boast a prime spot on the marina—lovely views and easy parking, natch—but it was designed to celebrate the bounty of the sea with a seafood-forward menu and a fishing charter-friendly schedule. Captain Tony’s opens right at 6 a.m., and you can pop in for a Fisherman’s Breakfast: two pancakes, two eggs, two slices of ham or bacon, and fresh fruit. While you’re there, grab one of the restaurant’s box lunches— featuring burritos, deli sandwiches, or fried chicken—to keep your strength up out on the water. After you return from your fishing adventure, take advantage of the “you hook it, we cook it” policy to have your catch prepared in one of four signature styles and served with bread and salad for only $7 U.S. per person. Other seafood highlights include superb chiles rellenos (poblano peppers stuffed with shrimp, fish, and scallops, and covered in melted cheese and tomato sauce) and Captain Tony’s signature wood-fired pizza with shrimp and bacon. For dessert, take a stroll along the marina at sunset. It’ll be a sweet way to end your day. Cabo San Lucas Marina, behind the Tesoro resort, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-6797, www.piscesgroupcabo.com. Daily 6 a.m.–11 p.m. MasterCard, Visa and vouchers accepted. $–$$$ S.A.B. Cuervo’s House You’re going to want to take up residence at Cuervo’s House once you discover everything this San José del Cabo spot has to offer. Owner-manager Jorge Cuervo sees to every detail, and he and his team have created a dynamic, welcoming space that of- Francisco estrada D I N I N G fers something for everyone. There’s a restaurant, sports bar, club, and piano bar. The cozy restaurant oozes charm, with Mexican-style decor and photos from the early 1900s. These photos—especially when paired with the restaurant’s name—drive home the owners’ connection to a rather famous Cuervo. Yes, they’re part of the famous family that brought you the iconic José Cuervo tequila. Try the chilpachole accompanied by tender slices of savory and scrumptious fresh ahi tuna. Cuervo’s House also cooks to


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