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Why Eating Seafood is a Must When Visiting Cabo

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Looking for something different for dinner? How about crab empanadas or octopus in garlic sauce? Are you up for a sea conch ceviche or aguachiles (raw shrimp and cucumbers in a spicy lime salsa)? Maybe you're interested in something simpler, like a fresh fish fillet or coconut shrimp with a mango dipping sauce? Will you be adventurous, or are you more likely to order the pescado del día (catch of the day)? Whatever you're craving, you're in the right place. Los Cabos is known for its mariscos (seafood). Located on the Sea of Cortez - so rich in sea life that Jacques Cousteau famously dubbed it the World's Aquarium - there are countless choices to satisfy your craving for fresh seafood. As a matter of fact, there are so many options it can be hard to choose. Once you get to Cabo, ask a local where to go and you will find no shortage of suggestions. If you're sitting at home, planning and dreaming of your Cabo trip, you can use the search feature on to help you narrow it down. But before you do, let's dig just a little deeper. Most, if not all, restaurants in Cabo have seafood options on the menu and of course there are many that serve seafood only. One thing true of them all is that you never need to worry about freshness. Always fresh, never frozen, because it was just caught today! The only risk you run eating seafood in Cabo is this: if it’s getting late they may run out, especially if we're talking about almejas (clams) or ostiones (oysters)...

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