Felix’s has a salsa bar. Not the dancing kind. The kind the has 20+ different salsas to choose from. This makes me very happy. It's fun, really, having lots of interesting things to taste. The only bummer is that you only get six glasses to fill, so you’re forced to choose (though you can always go back). On our visit, the options included black bean and papaya, roasted habanero, mango, tomatillo, “pink salsa” (chipotle sour cream), and so many others!The margaritas are pretty good too. If you happen to go to Mama’s, which takes over the space for a delicious Mexican breakfast, they’ll even treat you to a free round at Felix’s. (Felix's will also give you a coupon for a round of OJ or coffee at Mama's.)Oh, and about the food: they serve the best mole I’ve ever tasted, hands down. The menu includes other traditional dishes like pozzole, as well as some excellent fish preparations and a few not so special modern continental/fusion dishes. Felix’s is included on all the local maps and is often mentioned as a good place to go, but don't be fooled into thinking it's a tourist trap. It’s off the main drag, not all that large (maybe 20 tables split between inside and out?), and, best of all, it’s actually really good and not expensive. It may be popular (rightly so), but we didn't even have to wait for a table.Attire: Jeans and t-shirt casual.Felix’sHidalgo Street, off Marina Boulevard in Cabo San LucasOpen Monday-Saturday, lunch and dinner.They don’t accept reservations, but do take credit cards.