The only word you need to learn to eat well in Los Cabos is mariscos (Spanish for seafood), thanks to the amazing fish that comes straight f... Read More
The only word you need to learn to eat well in Los Cabos is mariscos (Spanish for seafood), thanks to the amazing fish that comes straight from the bountiful waters offshore. Cabo offers up a range of dining experiences, including basic roadside taquerías that resist flourishes: tortillas are hot off the griddle, the mole is ground by hand, and the salsa contains locally grown chiles.
If you prefer Frette napkins to paper, Los Cabos has a parallel culinary universe, helmed by food-world superstars like Jean Georges Vongerichten (at the One&Only Palmilla) and Mexican chef Enrique Olvera (at the Cape, a Thompson Hotel).
But there’s also an exploding farm-to-table culinary scene, thanks to the ground-breaking Flora Farms, which opened on 10 verdant acres just outside San José del Cabo. Though it has attracted several imitators—from the design-savvy Acre to Huerta Los Tamarindos—Flora Farms continues to be one of the best places to eat in Los Cabos (so make your reservation early).