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Resturants in Cabo: Pt. 2 Food for your Mood
Whether your desire is traditional Mexican dishes, such as tamales, enchiladas, fajitas and chili rellenos, or American style dishes such as ribs, burgers, steaks or fish, Cabo has it. Want to combine a choice of two from a selection of chicken, lobster, shrimp, beef, BBQ ribs and fish? Then add an appetizer, soup or salad and fresh vegetables? You can! Prefer a hideaway restaurant with unique seafood dishes and soft, Latin music? It's all yours. Mi Casa, Calle Cabo San Lucas and Madero serve Mexican classics - chiles stuffed with seafood and the kitchen-sink stew called manchamanteles (tablecloth stainers), all in a pleasant setting. Dinner for two costs $40 or so, and they have been family-run since 1958 in Cabo San Lucas. Enjoy a variety of fish and seafood tacos on homemade tortillas, with an encyclopedia of salsas and a full bar. Las Palomas is open for breakfast at 7:00am to 12:00pm and for lunch and dinner from 12:00pm to 11:00pm. They offer true authentic Mexican cuisine and international fare at a reasonable price. Las Palomas' ambiance includes a relaxing outdoor terrace setting, or an indoor, climate controlled dining room, both offering fabulous ocean views. La Nao at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach Cabo resort (pictured above) has all-day dining with festive theme nights. If you are in Cabo make sure to visit during the famous Sunday brunch, which offers a stellar morning and noon buffet...my mouth is watering just thinking about it! Cilantro's (pictured below) is open for lunch & dinner at a moderate price, from 11:00am to 11:00pm and serves fresh mesquite-grilled seafood and international cuisine in a delightful oceanfront setting with al fresco dining.
Whatever your tastes my be, you can find it in Cabo! So, I leave you with one last peice of advice for your vacation... Never skip a meal.