Top Restaurants in Cabo San Lucas
Nick San – Sushi –Indoor dining located in downtown Cabo San Lucas. If you like sushi, do not miss this rare find. Many people say it’s the best they have ever tried and, if you don’t see what you want on the menu, tell your chef what selections you would like and let him get creative.
Edith’s – Steak and Lobster – For steak and seafood in Cabo San Lucas, this is the place to go. Edith’s outdoor dining area is decorated with a traditional, colorful Mexican flare. Edith’s has very good service and spectacular views of Medano Beach and Cabo Bay. Mariachis entertain while you dine.
Los Deseos – Mexican – Their menu has combined tradition, flavor, color, and flair to create a unique dining experience. They offer every Mexican dish your heart (or stomach) could desire from nopales to lobster. Come enjoy their magical ambiance!
Mi Casa – Authentic Mexican – If you wake up thinking about green chilies and quesadillas, then go to this local spot in Cabo San Lucas. A must try? Chilies in Nagado, a traditional seasonal dish only made by grandma once a year. Get there early because this place is always crowded and outdoor seating is imperative.
At Pan Di Bacco eating right should always mean dining well. Using carefully sourced ingredients that are local, farm fresh, and sustainable (with an emphasis on organic vegetables and hormone free meats); their commitment to being earth friendly extends to bakery and deli offerings which utilize recyclable and compostable takeout packaging. Enhanced by both old-world and modern culinary techniques, Pan Di Bacco is also vegan and vegetarian friendly with a wide selection of gluten free options. And it features a value oriented wine list by the glass or bottle so everyone can enjoy!
Hacienda Cocina y Cantina – the signature restaurant at the Hacienda Beach Club & Residences at Medano Beach, merges traditional Mexican architecture with casual beachfront dining for an elegant, laid back experience. Perched on the most beautiful quarter-mile of beach and overlooking the iconic rock formations of Land’s End, this restaurant features open air indoor dining, outdoor dining on the terazza, a beachfront palapa bar and the ever popular “tables in the sand”. The menu showcases the different regions and flavors of Mexico through expertly crafted authentic dishes using only the finest local ingredients.
Bar Esquina At The Bahia Beach Club is a favorite Los Cabos gathering spot for locals and tourists. It’s known for its vibrant atmosphere, delicious menu, live music, and excellent location. The menu blends Mediterranean cuisine with Mexican influences, and chef Rogelio and his team work with fresh, high-quality ingredients in order to let their flavors shine. Bar Esquina is proud to use organic ingredients from local farms, USDA´s Choice and Prime meats, as well as fresh seafood from the Pacific and Sea of Cortez. Favorite dishes include the tuna tartar and mesquite grilled filet. Our menu is constantly evolving based on the season.
Bar Esquina guests can sit at the white marble bar in a very social atmosphere, alfresco on the terrace, or at the chef’s table, watching the chef and his team working in the exhibition kitchen.
Café Sante Fe – Italian – Who says you can’t eat Italian while in Mexico? This place, located in Todos Santos, has a great atmosphere, makes their own pasta, and gets all their herbs from a real Italian herb garden at the restaurant. Don’t miss the beautiful courtyard.
Gardenias – Taco Stand – Mexican home style food. Delicious variety of tacos: cochinita pibil, nopales, chicharron, shrimp, fish, barbacoa, and chicken. Also, their special shrimp molcajete prepared with salsa, onion, and cheese. Ceviche, seafood soup, and shrimp cocktail. Located in Camino al Hacienda and Niños Heroes. Open daily 8am-5pm.
Señor Sweets – Desserts, Coffee, & More! – Extraordinary temptations with a very large selection of ice creams, pastries and margaritas. Fifty flavors of ice cream, coffee & bar. All desserts are made in front of you! After a movie, it’s Señor Sweets for late night eats and treats. Pizzas, salads, breakfast or lunch crepes, and decadent desserts. The molten chocolate cake with a side of gelato is sinful, but irresistible. Frozen Margaritas in every color and flavor. Casual indoor or outdoor dining on the marina. Loc #105, 1st level, marina area, Puerto Paraiso Plaza. Phone: 105-0102. Open 7:30am to midnight.
Cabo Wabo – If you love to party and enjoy Rock & Roll, Cabo Wabo is your destiny. The kitchen offers seafood and fresh local vegetables prepared with the main ingredient, Cabo Wabo Tequila. International cuisine will satisfy a voracious appetite and the dance floor will entertain those who enjoy a fabulous fiesta. Of course, every dish is accompanied by the signature drink, the Waborita.
Common Table – brings a stylish cosmopolitan dining concept to Cabo San Lucas with a menu focused on local ingredients, sustainable seafood, creative cuisine and sophisticated mixology. Diners sit at communal tables to enjoy outstanding ceviche, tacos, artisan pizzas, hamburgers, designer cocktails and much more. This newer restaurant has already received rave reviews.
Sunset da Mona Lisa – Due to the exceptional quality of regional products such as basil, chile and olive oil, every entrée is created from fresh ingredients brought in daily to ensure guests experience the richest flavors and most tantalizing aromas while dining. Sunset Da Mona Lisa prepares brilliant flavors typical of the Italian Mediterranean region, just as nonna always did. The restaurant is determined to convey an experience that engages the five senses beginning with an incomparable view of the arch of Cabo San Lucas to serves as the stage!
Manta at the Thompson hotel
The thrilling views at The Cape’s sophisticated signature restaurant may meet their match in chef Enrique Olvera’s dynamic exhibition-style kitchen.
Having earned international acclaim for Mexico City’s Pujol, the chef is highly regarded among his peers as a culinary innovator with a deft hand for forward-thinking Mexican cuisine.
As the renowned El Bulli chef Ferran Adrià once said, “There was Mexican food before Enrique Olvera, and Mexican food after Enrique Olvera.”
At Manta, Olvera celebrates Pacific Rim traditions-taking inspiration from his native Mexico, as well as Peru, Japan and beyond-while maintaining a distinct and tastefully casual Baja sensibility with a commitment to local sourcing.
Toro Latin Kitchen & Bar
The name Toro, meaning “bull” in Spanish and “tuna belly” in Japanese, sets the stage for specialties seasoned with Pan Latin flair.
Overlooking the beautiful surroundings of Punta Ballena, the restaurant serves suviche (sushi and ceviche), small plates for sharing, grilled entrees and an impressive selection of signature cocktails and Latin wines.
A common location for winter whale sightings, the restaurant’s patio boasts an artfully designed whale fountain for guests to enjoy while taking in the ocean views.
The Toro concept comes from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval, recognized as the “Father of modern Mexican cuisine,” who has an international collection of 40 Latin American-inspired restaurants worldwide. At Toro, he masterfully blends Pan Latin cuisine with South American, Japanese and Chinese influences.