Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 79 Treat yourself to a shrimp cocktail at Eco Bar. Raynnier gallegos the hole with oil and setting it on fire, a delight to us as well as other diners nearby. On other occasions, the chef’s recommendations include a listing of nine rolls including a lettuce roll with avocado, cucumber, shrimp with Japanese horseradish, and a mixture of Japanese spices. Other favorites include noodles served in broth with chicken, fresh tuna sashimi, grilled eggplant with miso sauce, and fried baby crab. Plaza Nautica, Blvd. Marina, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 143-4038, (624) 143-4267. Daily noon–11:30 p.m. AmEx, MasterCard, and Visa accepted. $$–$$$ S.A.B. Eco Bar This Cabo San Lucas Marina restaurant and sports bar offers guests a menu of reasonably priced entrées that includes beef, chicken, and shrimp quesadillas; vegetarian burritos; hot wings; fish and chips; ceviche; and a kid’s menu featuring hot dogs and fries, chicken fingers, and spaghetti with meatballs. The palapa-style spot also has seven flat-screen televisions for viewing NFL, NBA, NHL, boxing, and college games. Returning from a day of fishing the abundant seas that surround Cabo San Lucas? Pop in to check out Eco Bar’s ‘’you catch, we cook’’ options. For just $9 U.S., the capable kitchen crew will prepare your catch either blackened, grilled, fried, or in a tasty fresh seafood-sashimi style. The Eco Bar’s friendly bilingual staff is another enjoyable feature. During the winter months, Eco Bar offers a lobster-filet mignon dinner special priced at just $19.95 U.S. It also provides guests with one hour validated parking at the nearby Tesoro Los Cabos resort. And we haven’t even mentioned the dishes available aboard its hugely popular Eco Cat catamaran charters. Cabo San Lucas Marina, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 157-4685, www.cabotours.com. Visa and MasterCard accepted. Daily 7:30 a.m.–11:30 p.m. $–$$$ F.R.
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