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Pueblo Bonito Resorts opens The After at Quivira

There’s a new game in town at Quivira in Los Cabos, Mexico. Make that games.

Pueblo Bonito Resorts has opened The After at Quivira, an urban-themed sports bar specifically designed to appeal to avid sports fans.

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Occupying an indoor-outdoor setting at The Market, an already-popular food hall, The After at Quivira is outfitted with more than 10 oversize flat-screen TVs linked to six satellite dishes. Depending on the season, these TVs will be tuned to NFL, MLB, NHL and NBA games, Champions League matches, PGA Tour events, and many other sporting events.

Like the rest of The Market, which offers Cabo’s finest casual dining experiences spread over 15,000 meters, The After was conceived by Jeffrey Beers International (JBI), a leader in innovative architecture and design for the hospitality industry.

Large round brass chandeliers, illuminated globes, crescent-patterned Italian ceramic flooring. and back-lit glass bottles accentuate the space. A large wraparound terrace offers beautiful ocean views. Complimentary wi-fi service is available in The After, as are cell phone chargers.

The After’s bar offers more than 100 labels of distilled spirits – from tequila and mezcal to rum and whiskey – as well as 16 different types of artisanal Mexican and American beers. The specialty cocktail menu features creative takes on classics ranging from hand-crafted mojitos and mai tais to premium margaritas and several unusual wine-based concoctions. The After at Quivira also offers naturally flavored vodka and gin, each crafted in-house, and will offer mixology lessons, as well as special tasting events.

The menu features classic American bar fare and comfort food with a Mexican twist. Starters include chicken wings, fried calamari, and mixed tempura, with a range of soups and salads available. The menu also features three types of nachos, a trilogy of burger sliders and sandwiches (brisket to beer-battered fish) served on a choice of bagels or homemade bread. Main dishes range from baby back ribs and steak frites to Grandma’s classic meatloaf. Guava pie and roasted pineapple tart are among the desserts.

A DJ is on hand most nights, and after 11 p.m., when most sporting events are done, the bar becomes a social hub with special theme nights, such as music of the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. A karaoke program is offered and a private event space is available by reservation.

Food and beverages at the bar are included on the all-inclusive plan for Pueblo Bonito Resorts guests.

Photos: Pueblo Bonito Resorts

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