Los Cabos Cantina

Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster
Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Downtown Fort Myers boasts a bustling waterfront with marinas, restaurants, and shopping. Since we had tickets for the Florida Rep Theatre, nearby Los Cabos Cantina looked inviting with outside dining in beautiful 75-degree weather. It’s hard to believe weather like this exists in mid-February.

Streets and sidewalks are paved with brick and the architecture is charmingly festive with palm trees adorning the walkways. Here’s a side view of the restaurant where you can see some of the neighborhood.

Street View of Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster
Street View of Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Here are the drink and food menus. Something tasty for everyone!

Drink Menu at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Food menu at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster
Food menu at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Chips and Salsa at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster
Chips and Salsa at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo: Elizabeth Ann Foster

The Classic Taco with carnitas and beef seemed to fit the bill. I had noticed it being served at neighboring tables. Here they are with street corn, yellow rice, coleslaw, and seasonal vegetables.

Tacos, seasonal vegetables, coleslaw, and yellow rice at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo credit: Elizabeth Ann Foster
Tacos, seasonal vegetables, coleslaw, and yellow rice at Los Cabos Cantinas in Fort Myers Fl. Photo credit: Elizabeth Ann Foster

Los Cabos Cantina, caboscantinafl.com, 2226 1st St, Fort Myers, FL 33901, (239) 332-2226

The Tropical Breeze Fun Park is a also great place to visit in Cape Coral.

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Elizabeth Ann Foster

Elizabeth Ann Foster

Harvard-educated journalist and native New Yorker, Elizabeth Ann Foster is a master chef and founder of the Natural Epicurean Culinary School based in Austin Texas. She managed and trained natural foods' chefs at Casa De Luz community macrobiotic center serving downtown Austin and is a certified Chef from the Kushi Institute and Vega Center in holistic healing and vegetarian-based culinary cuisine. A world traveler with an international perspective and diverse interests, for nearly a decade she has written reviews of Broadway and Off-Broadway theatre for The Front Row Center and New York Theatre Guide, and currently resides in both Manhattan and beautiful Southwestern Florida.

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