This beachside palapa restaurant defines enchantment, a decades-old favorite with beautiful amber lamps, candles, and lanterns illuminating the night. With each visit, I've been impressed by the quality of the food and service. For lunch and dinner, seafood is the specialty; dishes include miso Chilean sea bass, pepper-crusted yellowfin tuna, grilled shrimp in coconut and tequila, and -- for those looking for a break from seafood -- pork tenderloin stuffed with chorizo, pecans, and goat cheese. The Palapa's location on Los Muertos Beach makes dinner especially enticing for moon watching over the bay. The bar opens to the dining area and features acoustic guitars and vocals nightly from 8 to 11pm. The restaurant doubles as a beach club during the day.