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Cabo Seafood Grill & Cantina Restaurant Review: The thatched roof, banana palms and corrugated tin siding make this casual eatery feel almost like a theme restaurant dedicated to Cabo San Lucas. The lady patting out handmade tortillas and grilling them in the center of the space sells the idea of fresh cuisine, which is important when ordering fish. Plus, the kids like watching her always-moving hands. Some of Cabo’s specialties include tableside guacamole, shrimp and octopus cocktails, shrimp Veracruz and huachinango (a whole fried red snapper). If you’re not feeling like seafood---and you’re not on a diet---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 adds to the fun. Breakfast, served on Saturdays and Sundays, features huevos rancheros and chilaquiles.