Just had a party of 30 for my dance company. We go to Fort Worth every year with the cheerleaders convention. Last year was a disaster since we didnt make reservations and all the restaurants were of course booked. This year I called Cabo a couple of weeks before and even though they already had reservation for this group, they were able to accommodate us. I was so thankful and I changed the number of people twice. Even that same day in the morning. we went from 30 to 60 from my original reservation. Managers were very understanding and willing to help us. They said they were gonna do everything possible to make it happen but that we will have to move our reservation 30 min later. Which we didnt mind for a group of that size. We had several servers and everything went smooth even though we requested separate checks. Food was very good and servers were prompt and kept our drinks full. Next year we will definitely be back. See you next year Cabo.
My brother had been after me to try this restaraunt for a year. We gave in and went on a Sat evening. This place is so unpretentious, no flashing lights, no big signs. Just a very small corner restaraunt just on the edge of the Stockyards area. When you walk in, you may ask yourself if this is the right place....believe me it is. The wait staff are quiet, but very attentive. The food is made when you order it, and on your table before you know it. It is original Mexican fare and cannot be beat. It is well prepared, perfect portions, and tastes incredible. We will definitely go back. They serve beer, no margaritas, and Mexican Coca Cola. Enchiladas are perfect without a sign of greasiness. Chips and hot sauce are great. Do yourself a favor, find your way to the Northside of Fort Worth and try Dos Molinos. You will be happy you did.
I would definitely say that Cabo Grande is my favorite place to dine. I took my mother to Cabo for her Birthday and I was pleasantly surprised that they have a Cuban sandwich on the menu as well as Caldo Gallego. I haven't had either the sandwich or the soup ever since I left Miami. Also the sandwich was as good as I used to have at La Carreta Cuban sandwiches in Miami. My mother had the Brazilian boneless ribs and she also said that the dish was so good and now she wants us to come back with my father. I'm in for another visit to Cabo and next time I'm going to try their famous Cabo Rita to see what's it like. At any rate Cabo is my new 5 star restaurant food and service. My waitress was Pam ans she did a great job making us feel welcome.