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New Pacific-fusion bar & restaurant to land in Edinburgh next month

A Pacific-fusion bar and restaurant concept is set to open in Edinburgh next month.

Cabo, which is part of Bow Hospitality, will be the 12th venue overall and the venue in the Scottish capital.

Inspired by the lifestyle and culture of Mexico's party peninsula, Cabo will bring the flavors of the Pacific coast to Scotland.

Cabo will operate seven days a week, serving from lunch until late, located at the former Superico site on 99 Hanover Street. After careful consideration, the 70-seat restaurant chose this central location in Edinburgh to offer all-day casual dining, featuring a live sushi bar.

Diners at Cabo can expect a modern menu blending Baja Californian flavors with Japanese and Mexican influences. Highlights include ceviche sharing platters, soft shell tacos, and 60-day dry-aged Scotch steak.

The venue is currently undergoing a complete transformation, with interiors inspired by the beachy vibes of Cabo San Lucas. Playful design elements, art installations, cacti, terracotta, stone accents, and abstract illustrations depicting famous Cabo landmarks will create a vibrant and festive atmosphere.

Live DJs will be available from Thursday to Sunday, accompanied by an extensive selection of cocktails served from a bespoke bar.

Ryan Bowman, director of Bow hospitality, said: 'We are extremely excited to expand to the capital and show Edinburgh what we're all about.

'We are passionate about providing unique, innovative and memorable dining experiences, and we are confident that Cabo will be a total hit, with the marriage of two much-loved cuisines, beautiful cocktails and live entertainment set against colour interiors.

'We're ready to push the boundaries of exciting dining and memorable days out this summer.'