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Cabo Seafood Grill & Cantina Restaurant Review: The thatched roof, palm trees and corrugated tin siding make this casual eatery evoke the feel of dining in Cabo San Lucas. The bold colors of the interior and the handmade tortillas grilled in front of you seal the deal. Some of Cabo’s specialties include tableside guacamole, made inside and on their patio, shrimp and octopus cocktails, shrimp Veracruz and huachinango (a whole fried red snapper). If you don’t feel like seafood, try the queso fundido, a bubbly mass of melted white cheese topped with chorizo and roasted pasilla chilies. The calories continue with house-made desserts such as flan, chocolate layer cake and cheesecake. A long list of tequilas and margaritas is great, but the beers and wines fall short. Breakfast, served on Saturdays and Sundays, features huevos rancheros and crispy chilaquiles.