At least once during your visit to Los Cabos, you should visit The Office, the original breakfast spot on Médano Beach's sandy shore. The Office screams "tourist-trap," bedecked with tiki torches and colorful rainbow tablecloths, but it's all in good fun, and it's always packed with revelers enjoying the near-perfect views of El Arco. Start your morning with a lobster omelet, fresh-fruit smoothie, and powerful cup of Mexican coffee. The French toast is another favorite. Service is super-friendly but the menu is a bit expensive. Later in the day, decent, if not stellar, ceviche, nachos, fish tacos, seafood, and burgers are served in large portions that justify the high prices. Dinners of grilled shrimp or fish with garlic, and steaks are popular, especially when paired alongside cold beers and goblet-sized margaritas. Connoisseurs of the suds will want to sample the bottled options from Rámuri, a downtown brew pub managed by the same ownership group.
Apr 10, 2009
Thursday Nights are Fiesta Night at the Office. Your dinner comes with a floor show which 1/2 is devoted to the culture and dancing of various regions of Mexico(all very well done) and the other 1/2 is devoted to the usual pseudo-sexual- alcohol laced antics of most "shows" in Cabo. The food is quite good, especially the Fish Veracruz and the Chili Renellos. It is not high cuisine but the food is good, the location is wonderful and its a nice place
to have a good relaxing, and fun dinner.
Jul 4, 2008
We had a very different experience from Skidmark--we had a lunch and a breakfast there and found the staff to be very professional and congenial. We actually received a number of good sightseeing and eating tips from one of the waiters. It is a scene but compared to the restaurants surrounding it, The Office is a haven of good taste and quality. The food was good and, yes, a bit overpriced but that is generally what we found in Los Cabos.
Feb 18, 2008
Poor food and service; overpriced. Beware the many scams - the "hosts" who are really timeshare plants; the parking & towing scam, aided by the police; the high-pressure trinket, temporary tatoo & hairbraiding sellers who interrupt every meal.