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Mi Casa Cabo San Lucas

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One look around Mi Casa and you can see they take obvious pride in their work. Great restaurants should always be about more than just the food they serve. Great restaurants become great because they entice all the senses, not just the sense of taste.

Walking through the front door of Mi Casa you get the feeling that you’re in for something special.

First, your eyes are treated to display after display of Mexican art works. Dia de los Muertos figures, adorned in garb that would make any Mardi Gras or Carnivale regular jealous, sit upon shelfs with myriad Mexican handicrafts. Paintings depicting old Mexico and the people that make up the culture hang from adobe walls basted in ages-old patina.
Native plants and flowers pop out from everywhere and lifesize murals tell stories of what Cabo San Lucas was like way back when.

Next, your ears take notice of the music that rolls out from the various dining areas, each with their own unique names…. Chimineas, Fuentes, Carretas (horse drawn carriages).

Some of the music comes over the restaurant’s stereo system, but more often than not, the music comes from a much more authentic source…. live musicians.

As five or six different groups or soloists wandering in day and night. If the music stops, it’s quickly replaced with the sound of birds that take refuge from the heat to sing a few songs of their own added to the mix of musicians that stroll the grounds are street performers like Mr. Rigo who travels the town with his “fortune-telling” canaries, but it is nonetheless unique and stacks up as one more reason to visit Mi Casa clown team, Mickey and Mika, and a beautiful Mexican dancer rounded out the evenings entertainment.

Watching them perform we saw firsthand how they’re able to coax giggles and wide-eyed adoration for their talents from even the stiffest of guests.

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  1. BajaBecky, April 2, 2013 9:46 pm business - Mi Casa Cabo San Lucas
    2/5

    Though the ambiance in this restaurant is hard to beat, the food and service seems to get worse every time I visit this place. Food is hit or miss at best. The last time we ordered the chili rellenos were grossly undercooked along with the vegetables inside. The vegetarian rellanos were even worse. Chicken tortilla soup was the best meal we got there this last time. They do have several mole dishes that are good as well if you like mole sauce. Drinks were decent, but pricey. Prices are inflated compared to many options nearby for what you get. If you’ve never been here and you can get the 35% off vouchers from Los Cabos Guide it is worth going but that might just be your last visit. …or it might be your first of many, who knows…

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