A giant building with a large parking lot contains this Cabo institution, once a tiny neighborhood joint with outstanding, inexpensive seafood. Prices have risen along with the accommodations, but the quality is still very good. Bacon-wrapped shrimp is a standby favorite, as is the whole fried fish. If you're with a group, start with seafood cocktails and move on to the seafood platter, which is sure to sate four average diners. Mariachi and marimba bands stop by regularly, adding to the festive ambiance. Don’t count on great margaritas, though—they're weak and pricey. Stick with beer.