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Los Cabos Restaurants

El Galeón

  • Blvd. Marina, near Finisterra Hotel Map It
  • Italian

Updated 08/14/2014

Fodor's Review

One of the older dining rooms in town in desperate need of a remodeling, El Galeón has been around for more than 20 years. Serving traditional Italian fare, the place has it's fans, though it lacks any real vibe or local flavor. The "choice" seats look out on the marina and the space is decorated with heavy wooden furnishings and white linens, lending a sense of outdated formality. Stop off at the piano bar afterwards, and enjoy some music over a late-night brandy or

an over-the-top Mexican coffee.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Blvd. Marina, near Finisterra Hotel, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, 23452, Mexico

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Phone:

624-143–0443;

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 08/14/2014

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Jan 14, 2009

wouldn't miss it

We have been going to Cabo for 9 years and wouldn't miss having at least 2 dinner at El Galeon each year. Atmosphere is delightful and listening to Ronald is the BEST. I have all of his CD's! Steaks and Italian dishes are to die for.

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Jun 9, 2005

Not one of Cabo's Best

A group of us went to dine here, and it wasn't the greatest experience. Maybe the waiters weren't ready for our large group, but the service was very slow and food mediocre, except my steak! The dining room is quite dark, a respite from the hot Baja sun, but I prefer open-air when I'm on vacation, light and airy it's not.

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Mar 18, 2001

Days fishing provides tastey treat at El Galeon

You've just spent $350 (or more) for a days marlin fishing and all you have is a couple of Dorado. What luck! Take what you think your party can eat to the Galeon. You won't be able to decide which of the three ways it will be prepared is the best. And your wallet won't sink like the Spanish Armada. My wife recommends the Antipasto Bar.

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