5 Things to Eat at Cabo

Cabo in Rockville Centre promises to give diners a taste of Mexico with traditional fare at Long Island Pulse Magazine’s Island Tasting to benefit Island Harvest Nov. 17. Treat yourself to a night out and enjoy an evening filled with mojitos, margaritas and Mexican flavors in preparation for the event at Coindre Hall. Here are some of the crowd-favorite dishes to look out for.

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Table Side Guacamole

You can’t get “a taste of Mexico” without ordering Cabo’s famous guacamole. The creamy avocado spread is paired with a variety of specialty spices that are sure to send your senses into overdrive. Order Cabo’s guac, or better yet, twist things up and get their table side guacamole, where the dish is prepared to your liking right at your seat.

Sizzling Fajitas

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These fajitas really do sizzle. Pick from chicken, steak or shrimp and construct your own favorite wraps complete with sautéed onions, sweet peppers, lettuce, tomato and cheese. Dip the soft tortillas in sour cream and guacamole for a rich and delicious bite.

Southwest Quesadillas

This double spinach tortilla is stuffed with grilled chicken, black beans, corn and, of course, cheese. As a specialty dish, these Mexican wedges are raved about by customers and pair perfectly with Cabo’s fresh guacamole. Plus, the drizzling of sweet pepper sauce provides the perfect tangy flavor.

The Classic Big Burrito

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You can’t go wrong with this entrée. Filled with cheese, beans, rice, lettuce and sour cream this extra-large soft tortilla will leave you wanting more. For a more savory taste, add BBQ chicken, grilled steak or pulled brisket for a dining experience that’s sure to impress.

Taco Bowl Salad

For a spicy take on a plate of greens, order the Taco Bowl Salad. This bed of lettuce is complete with Mexican rice, refried beans, tomatoes, onions, guacamole, cheese and sour cream. The dish is served in a tortilla shell, making it a true taco bowl.

Tickets for Island Tasting will go on sale later this month. Be the first to know when they do. Pulse readers can indulge their elegant, daring and foodie sides at A Night of Mischief Oct. 27.