specialty dishes. Sophisticated selections from Baja’s wine country, Valle de Guadalupe, headline the pairing options, and the country’s signature spirits make star turns in dessert favorites like chocolate mezcal terrine with almonds, añejo tequila–infused mango ice cream, and goat cheese tarts baked with piloncillo and damiana liqueur. Calle Álvaro Obregón 19, San José del Cabo, (624) 146-9263, www .micasarestaurant.com.mx. Nightly 5 p.m.–10 p.m. All major credit cards and vouchers accepted. $$–$$$$ C.S. 88 Los Cabos Magazine | Summer 2016 Nick-San Cabo San Lucas You have to try Nick-San more than once. This is not only the best sushi and sake that Los Cabos has to offer, but you get to enjoy it in a beautiful setting right here in México. This is your chance to taste and explore the vastness and richness of Japanese cuisine and to appreciate the uniqueness of what Nick-San brings to Japanese food—Mexican ingredients and innovative twists. For more than two decades, Nick-San has FROM LEFT: Francisco Estrada; Miguel ventura Nick-San continues to innovate with its marrying of Japanese cooking and Mexican ingredients. From left: fresh grilled salmon with smoked rice and truffle oil; an outside view of Nick-San Palmilla.
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