Restaurants in Los Cabos

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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).

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  • Acre Baja

    San José del Cabo’s latest farm-to-table creation is Acre Baja, a design-forward development that offers an immersive experience, including yoga, hiking... Read More

  • Edith's

    Edith Jiménez is the woman behind the name and the restaurant. Jiménez started at this restaurant as a waitress, then eventually bought this charming... Read More

  • Flora Farms

    In 1996, Flora Farms opened on 10 acres of valley in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna Mountains, paving the way for a number of local farm-to... Read More

  • La Lupita Taco & Mezcal

    As soon the sun sets, the band comes alive at this rustic-chic restaurant in the center of San José del Cabo. The simple taco-focused menu—stuffed with... Read More

  • La Patrona

    In the heart of San José del Cabo, this sophisticated restaurant offers an artfully prepared menu that changes daily and can include dishes like fried... Read More

  • Las Guacamayas

    If you are looking for cheap and authentic Mexican food, look no further than Las Guacamayas, which has three locations—two in Cabo San Lucas, and... Read More

  • Los Tamarindos

    There’s nothing quite like looking out onto a 17-acre organic farm that just provided the ingredients for the meal you are enjoying. Huerta Los... Read More

  • Los Tres Gallos

    The name Los Tres Gallos means “the three roosters,” paying homage to three of the most beloved Mexican stars of the silver screen. Not only is the... Read More

  • Mi Casa

    Mi Casa has been serving up serious Mexican cuisine with a side of entertainment (mariachis, magicians) for more than 20 years in Cabo San Lucas. A... Read More

  • Nick-San

    Most people don’t come to Cabo expecting to have some of the best sushi of their life. But that’s what you get at Nick-San, which serves a fusion of... Read More

  • Taquería Rossy

    Less is more at this charming and somewhat gritty roadside taco shop where the chairs are plastic and so are the blue-and-white-checked tablecloths. The... Read More

  • The Office on the Beach

    This is casual dining at its best: a beachfront joint with tables right in the sand. The food is decent (think Mexican standards), but it’s the view... Read More

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