72 Best Restaurants in Los Cabos, Mexico

El Nido Steakhouse

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A dark, wood-paneled restaurant with leather booths, Mexican antiques, and a large central fireplace, this is one of Rosarito's oldest eateries, and the best in town for atmosphere. Diners unimpressed with newer, fancier places come here for grilled venison, lamb, and quail from the owner's farm in the Baja wine country. Made-to-order tortillas, salsa, and margaritas are remarkably fresh. Farm-grown mangos, strawberries, and melons are infused into simple syrups for cocktails. They serve organic vegetables, have a delicious flan, and offer wine tastings in their small damp cellar. Ask for a table on the back patio where potted plants and a waterfall make a pleasant setting in the charming greenhouse.

El Restaurante at Las Ventanas

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It's well known that Las Ventanas is one of the best hotels in Mexico, and the on-site dining likewise does not disappoint. A diverse Mexican menu pays homage to the country's culinary traditions, with a focus on family recipes. Highlights include seared octopus with mole chichilo, poblano chili stuffed with seafood, and kurobuta pork with puréed corn. For a social appetizer, start with the "Taco Experience," a customized taco bar for two served on a rotating turntable. If you haven't already blown through your dinner budget, order the tiramisu, eclair, or mango crumble. There's live music nightly, and private cooking demonstrations in the Rosewood herb garden (by reservation).

El Rey Sol

$$ | Centro

From its chateaubriand bouquetière to the savory chicken chipotle cooked with brandy, port wine, and cream, this classy French restaurant has been family-owned since 1947. Louis XIV–style furnishings and an attentive staff make it both comfortable and elegant. In addition, the restaurant pays tribute to its heritage with family photographs that line the hallways, starting with a portrait of founder Doña Pepita. As the oldest French restaurant in Mexico, it's also considered one of the top of the pack with more than 10 Five Diamond Awards. Impressive preparations of Caesar salad, crêpes Suzette, and café flambé create a show at your table. For larger parties, request one of the three private rooms modeled after Paris and the Palace of Versailles. The sidewalk tables are a perfect place to dine and people-watch. The small café in the front sells pastries that are made on the premises.

Av. López Mateos 1000, Ensenada, 22800, Mexico
646-178–1733
Known For
  • French pastries
  • table-side Caesar salad
  • first-rate service
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

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Finca Altozano

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From the moment you see guests clinking glasses atop wine-barrel towers, you know you’re in for a memorable dining experience. On the edge of sprawling vineyards, this rustic setting under tin roofs has a seasonal menu to match. Chef Javier Plascencia is famous for his mesquite wood–fired favorites like quail with chard and polenta or beef-cheek tacos. The homemade sausages and slow-cooked lamb come with sizzling sides on cast-iron skillets. If you’re just looking for a starter with a view, try the oysters, chocolate clams, or ahi tostadas with jicama kimchi. By day this alfresco spot is a family favorite, and by night romance kicks in with fire bowls illuminating grapevines creeping toward the sky. Finca Altozano is just one branch of the family tree made up of several businesses—including four eateries, a café, shop, hotel, and farm—all within the property.
Carretera Tecate–Ensenada, Km 83, Valle de Guadalupe, 22750, Mexico
646-156–8045
Known For
  • regional ingredients
  • oak-grilled quail
  • famous wine-barrel towers
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: No breakfast

French Riviera Bakery

$ | Centro

The scent of fresh-baked French baguettes and a picture-perfect display of croissants, éclairs, colorful candies, and ice creams greet you at this café-bistro just off San José del Cabo's main square. In the creperie area, the cook tucks delicate crepes around eggs and cheese, ground beef and onions, or shrimp and pesto. If you choose to eat in, salads, and other standard fare are offered. The patisserie has a well-designed drink menu of fine wines and tequilas and a full list of organic coffee and tea-based drinks.

Manuel Doblado at Av. Hidalgo, San José del Cabo, 23400, Mexico
624-105–2624
Known For
  • organic local coffee
  • chocolate truffles
  • scrumptious breakfast crepes
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Habanero’s Mexican Fusion Bistro

$$ | Centro

Celebrity chef Tadd Chapman and partner Miguel Guerrero joined forces to re-launch this traditional Mexican restaurant in its new location and with fresh new culinary techniques. Opt for lunch specialties of octopus tacos and black scallop ceviche, and for dinner, try the seafood risotto, or the grilled NY strip with habanero chimichurri. Exceptional breakfasts—ranging from stuffed French toast to eggs Benedict prepared five ways—are served from 8 to noon for about $10.

La Casa Country

$$$ | Marina San Lucas

For a good steak in a rustic atmosphere accented by wood tables and leather stools, head to La Casa Country. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner with sports games playing on oversize TVs in the background, La Casa is the spot for toothsome carne at reasonable prices, and a wide variety of Mexican fare. The establishment is set against the bustling backdrop of the marina's many boats.

Cabo San Lucas, 23453, Mexico
624-105–1999
Known For
  • marina views
  • abundant steak options
  • generous breakfast menu
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

La Casa de la Langosta

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Seafood soup and grilled fish are options at the "House of Lobster," but clearly the lobster, fried Puerto-Nuevo style, is the star. This is one of the best spots in town to try the deep-fried recipe created by Susana Diaz Plascencia in 1956; otherwise, try their fresh lobster steamed or stewed with seafood and salsa inside a traditional molcajete stone. Most wooden tables in the large dining room are covered with platters of fried or grilled lobster and all the standard accompaniments like rice, beans and paper-thin flour tortillas. Start with the clam chowder or jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon. The medium-sized lobsters tend to be a bit more flavorful than the larger ones. There's an actual wine list here, and it has several Baja wines. On a hot day opt for the tart margaritas.

Av. Renteria 3, Km 44, Puerto Nuevo, 22716, Mexico
661-614–1072
Known For
  • fresh marlin soup
  • large portions
  • lobster prepared five different ways
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

La Dolce

$$ | Centro

This popular Italian restaurant right in the center of San José on the town's zócalo (square) is known for authentic and affordable Italian fare. Locals and visitors alike flock to this reasonably priced perennial favorite for antipasti and wood-fired-oven pizzas, a never-ending selection of pastas, and steaks and seafood dishes. The homemade beef ravioli with four-cheese sauce is to die for. Reservations are necessary on Thursdays after the Art Walk. Another outpost can be found in Cabo San Lucas.

Av. Zaragoza at Av. Hidalgo, San José del Cabo, 23401, Mexico
624-142–6621
Known For
  • authentic Northern Italian cuisine
  • handmade pizza baked with mesquite wood
  • great Caesar salad
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Mon

La Guerrerense

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This food-cart stall off Ensenada's bustling Calle Primera is the place where locals get a solid helping of the region's seafood. Established in 1960, La Guerrerense has been featured on international shows like Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations. Popularity has led to the opening of a neighboring restaurant by the same name, but it's the original cart that keeps crowds ogling a small army of cooks cracking clams, shucking oysters, and piling the freshest fish onto tostadas. After you choose from the day's catch—shrimp, uni, clams, lobster, octopus—stand back and wait while your dish is prepared. Once it's ready, make your way through the throng of hungry patrons, and dress your plate from the selection of bottled salsas and condiments on display, which are also for sale. Most-loved is the salsa made with toasted peanuts, oil, garlic, and fresh chilies. Owned by Sabina and Luis Eduardo Oviedo, the spot is a mainstay on the Ensenada food scene, and not to be missed.

Las Guacamayas Taqueria

$ | Centro

Massive globes of 15 types of margaritas and a Mexican guitarist singing American covers makes this a magnet for tourists, but it also draws locals. If you're looking for cheap and delicious Mexican food, you've come to the right place. Tacos stuffed with chorizo, marinated pork, and flank steak pervade the menu, though it's the quesadillas, with fillings like pumpkin flower, poblano pepper and onion, and pork skin that shine. Chilangas, or fried, folded-over quesadillas with melted cheese, also merit the trip, while the volcanoes (hard-shell taco cups filled with cheese and your choice of meat) are not to be missed. The outdoor-garden setting of Las Guacamayas is kitschy, with trees sprouting up from the floor, and Christmas lights strung from branch to branch. Painted murals run along the walls, and wooden chairs surround tables with plastic coverings.

Latitud 32

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Named for its location on the map, this upscale restaurant at El Cielo Vineyards specializes in grilled cuts and Baja-Yucatán cuisine. Suggested El Cielo wines are listed next to each menu item to assure a perfect pairing with dishes baked in annatto, sour orange, and other unique indigenous spices. The pork belly tacos are particularly good, as is the cast-iron octopus bathed in chili oil. The main challenge is deciding between the guava cheesecake or the chocolate ganache pudding. If you come by for lunch, you’ll likely see a hot air balloon or helicopter landing on the lawn right in front of your table. This is one of the most prestigious forms of arrival for weekend wine tasters coming from San Diego.

Parcela 118, Km 7.5, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico
646-155–2220
Known For
  • Baja-Yucatán fusion
  • certified Angus cuts
  • panoramic views

Lorenzillo's

$$$$ | Marina San Lucas

Gleaming hardwood floors and polished brass give a nautical flair to this second-floor dining room, where fresh lobster is king. Lorenzillo's has long been a fixture in Cancún, where lobster is raised on the company's farm. That Caribbean lobster is shipped to Los Cabos and served in nearly a dozen styles (the simpler preparations—steamed or grilled with lots of melted butter—are best). Menu items are named after pirates and Caribbean marine history: Jean Lafitte is grilled filet mignon; Henry Morgan is broiled yellowfin tuna served with cognac and pink pepper sauce; and El Comodoro is a fillet of Angus beef and lobster tail. The dessert list is lengthy and mouthwatering, and if you're in the mood for a less formal meal, an oyster bar with a limited selection of the same menu sits on the pier near the entrance. Flaming coffee cocktails are another specialty of the house. Try the Xtabentun, which showcases a Mayan liqueur made from rum, anise, and fermented honey.

Av. Cárdenas at Marina, Cabo San Lucas, 23410, Mexico
624-105–0212
Known For
  • Xtabentun cocktail with Mayan liqueur, anise, honey
  • specialty flaming coffee cocktails
  • pirate- and marine-themed entrées
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Los Adobes de Todos Santos

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Locals swear by the mole poblano and chiles en nogada at this pleasant outdoor restaurant. The menu is ambitious and includes several organic, vegetarian options—rare in these parts. At night the place sparkles with star-shaped lights. Take a stroll through the adjoining landscaped desert garden while you wait for your food.

Calle Hidalgo, Todos Santos, 23305, Mexico
612-145–0203
Known For
  • mole poblano and chiles en nogada
  • vegetarian options available
  • adjacent desert garden
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Los Tamarindos

$$ | Las Animas Bajas

A former sugarcane mill dating back to 1888, this quaint restaurant is surrounded by farmland that provides organic fruits and vegetables to many of Cabo’s top eateries. Wildflowers in Mason jars and hand-painted clay dishes set the scene at this rustic spot where the menu is based on the season’s harvest. Start with heirloom-tomato soup and a microgreen salad with tamarind vinaigrette. For something fresh and innovative, try the shrimp tacos on thinly sliced jicama (instead of tortillas) topped with a pineapple salsa. A selection of pizzas, and slow-roasted meats like the pork shank with green mole and baked eggplant, are cooked in a wood-fired oven. One of the secrets to the fine flavors is the homemade herbal oil that is dribbled on breads and meats. A cooking class takes place at 10 and 5, by reservation only.

Malva

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With sprawling views of vineyards, this restaurant and open-air kitchen is shaded by a thatched palapa and surrounded by acres of farmland where chef Roberto Alcocer gathers ingredients. Beer, wine, vegetables, fruit, cheese, bread, meat, eggs, honey—nearly everything served is from the on-site farm, making this a true farm-to-table experience. Each plate is a work of art, including the fish tostada with salsa macha and the grilled oyster mushrooms. Fresh fish is adorned with edible flowers, like the catch of the day with black jícama dyed in squid ink. Ten-course tastings are available for $75, which is reasonable considering the quality of the food. The date tart with grappa ice cream is not overly sweet, allowing you to taste the flavors rather than just the sugar.

Carretera Ensenada–Tecate, Km 96, San Antonio de las Minas, Mexico
646-155–3085
Known For
  • locally sourced food
  • tasting menu featuring Mexican flavors
  • Baja seafood and ranch-grown foods
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Closed Tues

Mama's Royal Café

$ | Centro

Claiming to have "the best damn breakfast restaurant in the entire country," Mama's is a casual, lively, indoor-outdoor spot in Cabo San Lucas that serves bountiful plates of omelets and poached eggs with avocado and ham, and finger-licking fried potatoes. Mama's lives up to their claim of having the "World's Best French Toast"—a treasure stuffed with cream cheese, strawberries, mangoes, bananas, and pecans, and topped with orange liqueur.

Calle Hidalgo at Zapata, Cabo San Lucas, 23452, Mexico
624-143–4290
Known For
  • "World's Best French Toast"
  • homemade salsas
  • fresh-squeezed juices
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Sept

Manzanilla

$$ | Centro

Two of the most exciting chef-owners in Baja Norte, Benito Molina and Solange Muris, have taken a truly modern approach to Mexican cuisine at Manzanilla, integrating the freshest catches from the local waters—oysters, mussels, abalone, and clams, for instance—and using ingredients like ginger, saffron, smoked tomato marmalade, and huitlacoche (corn truffle). The ahi with ginger strawberry vinaigrette melts in your mouth, and the white clam with Gorgonzola is delicious. A local ranch sources their beef, grilled and served on a cutting board with warm tortillas. Next to the port, this hip joint is popular for its pleasant atmosphere and eclectic style of concrete floors, pink chandeliers, and an intricately carved wooden bar from the 1930s brought over from Los Angeles.

Teniente Azueta 139, Ensenada, 22800, Mexico
646-175–7073
Known For
  • fresh Baja seafood
  • homemade tagliatelli
  • grilled quail with wild mushrooms
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Mon. and Tues

Mar y Peña

$$ | Centro

The freshest, tastiest seafood cocktails, ceviches, and clam tacos imaginable are served in this nautical restaurant crowded with locals. If you come with friends, go for the mariscada, a huge platter of shellfish and fish for four. The shrimp albondigas (meatballs) soup has a hearty fish stock seasoned with cilantro, and the crab ranchero is a savory mix of crabmeat, onions, tomatoes, and capers. Portions are huge.

Calle 16 de Septiembre, La Paz, 23020, Mexico
612-122–9949
Known For
  • huge portions
  • often busy
  • extremely fresh and tasty seafood dishes
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Christmas and New Year\'s Day

Mariscos Los Laureles

$$ | Centro

A small stand that looks as if it might have been rolled along the street by a vendor is just the entryway decoration for this well-established restaurant. Whether you eat at a bench at the stand outside or dine within in the air-conditioning, if you like seafood, you will enjoy Los Laureles. It offers all sorts of fruits de mer served in many different ways, but the seafood cocktails are notable for their freshness (you can even try the shrimp raw) and variety (abalone is an option). A second location can be found at Altamirano and Reforma.

Paseo Álvaro Obregón at Salvatierra, La Paz, 23000, Mexico
612-128–8532
Known For
  • excellent seafood
  • many types of fruits de mer
  • fresh seafood cocktails
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Mariscos Mazatlán

$$ | Arenal

Ask a local where they go for dinner, and they inevitably mention Mariscos Mazatlán. The crowds of Mexicans lunching at this simple seafood restaurant lend credibility to the claim, as do the huge stuffed fish mounted on the colorfully painted walls. You can dine inexpensively and quickly on wonderful seafood soup, or spend a bit more for tender pulpo ajillo (marinated octopus with garlic, chilies, onion, and celery) and enjoy some great people-watching as you eat.

Narciso Mendoza at 20 de Noviembre, Cabo San Lucas, 23410, Mexico
624-143–8565
Known For
  • affordable authentic cuisine
  • local favorite
  • delicious seafood
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Mi Casa

$$ | Centro

One of Cabo San Lucas's top restaurants is in a cobalt-blue adobe building painted with murals. Interior decorations range from Day of the Dead statues and silver crosses and hearts, to T-shirts and tequilas. The place seats up to 550 and is often full of tourists, but the menu is muy auténtico and filled with regional Mexican specialty dishes. Standouts include the molepoblano with chicken topped in a sauce made from dried peppers, seeds, spices, and chocolate; and chiles en nogada, poblano chilies stuffed with a meat-and-fruit mixture and covered with white-walnut sauce and sherry cream sauce. The tortilla soup is also recommended, as is the oven-roasted spare rib in chili and tamarind adobo. Mi Casa offers a variety of different fruit-flavored margaritas, and a wine list focused on Mexican, California, and South American wines. The large back courtyard glows with candlelight at night, and mariachis provide entertainment.

Av. Cabo San Lucas at Lázaro Cárdenas, Cabo San Lucas, 23452, Mexico
624-143–1933
Known For
  • regional Mexican specialties
  • must-try mole poblano
  • live mariachi band
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Mi Cocina

$$$ | Centro

At this outdoor restaurant at Casa Natalia boutique hotel, fire bowls glow on the dining terrace, which is surrounded by palm trees and gentle waterfalls, blending the four elements: earth, wind, fire, and water. Tables are spaced far enough apart so that you don't have to share your whispered sweet nothings with neighbors. The kitchen serves catch-of-the-day with ginger lemongrass salsa, and sizzling fajitas on jalapeño tortillas. For something exceptional, try the free-range "chicken chocolate" with caramelized apples and a dark chocolate pepper salsa. The seafood-infused risotto is always a hit. A generous wine list pairs well with the menu, while the hotel's adjoining martini bar offers more colorful drink selections. Breakfast and lunch are available only to guests of the hotel, while dinner is open to everyone.

Blvd. Mijares 4, San José del Cabo, 23400, Mexico
624-146–7100
Known For
  • Mexican dishes with a European twist
  • adjoining oyster and martini bar
  • exceptional chicken with chocolate salsa
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Tues

Michael's at the Gallery

$$ | Centro

Everybody who dines here seems to know one another, but visitors are always welcome. The attraction at Michael's—not to be confused with Miguel's, the equally recommended Mexican place as you come into town—is an Asian menu combining Chinese, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisines. Share an order of Mu Shu chicken or Vietnamese crab cakes as an appetizer. You'll dine on the patio behind the Galería de Todos Santos; you can browse while you wait for your food. Michael's keeps very limited hours, open just three evenings per week.

Calle Topete, Todos Santos, 23300, Mexico
612-145–0500
Known For
  • patio dining behind the Galería de Todos Santos
  • open just three days a week
  • Asian dishes like Mu Shu chicken
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Thurs. No lunch, Reservations essential

Miguel's

$ | Centro

Deliciously prepared chiles rellenos are the attraction at Miguel's. The sign out front says so, and so does a faded New York Times article, which proclaims them the best in all of Baja. If you're skeptical, owner Miguel Torres will be happy to show you a framed copy of the story. The hearty peppers come in cheese, shrimp, vegetarian, and other options, but the signature version is made with shrimp and scallops. Don't confuse this semi-outdoor place on the edge of town with Michael's, the Asian restaurant several blocks away near the church.

Degollado at Calle Rangel, Todos Santos, 23300, Mexico
612-157-4014
Known For
  • friendly owner
  • hearty chiles rellenos with shrimp and scallops
  • semi-outdoor dining
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: No credit cards, Closed Sun., Sept.

Misiones de Kino

$$ | Centro

You may feel like you discovered a well-kept secret when you find this palapa-roof house with adobe walls, just a few blocks off the main strip and around the corner from the Mar de Cortez Hotel. Sit on the front patio or in a backyard hut strung with weathered lanterns and photographs of the Mexican Revolution. Menu highlights include camarón coco (coconut shrimp with mango sauce), and catch of the day "Veracruz" style, meaning wrapped and steamed in its own juices with olives, capers, tomatoes, onions, garlic, peppers, and herbs. Close to a dozen pasta dishes are also available, including sautéed shrimp and sausage diablo.

Calle Vicente Guerrero at 5 de Mayo, Cabo San Lucas, 23450, Mexico
624-105–1408
Known For
  • coconut shrimp
  • pasta and Italian options
  • small bar with photos of the Mexican Revolution
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

Nick-San–Palmilla

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For fresh, inventive sushi, there's no question that the Nick-San franchise corners the market, and this outpost in the Tiendas de Palmilla shopping mall wins the prize. Pair wine or sake with each of your selections, perhaps the lobster roll (with cilantro, mango, mustard, and curry oil), lobster sambal (marinated in sake with soy, ginger, and garlic), or tuna tostadas served on rice crackers with avocado.

Hwy. 1, Km 27.5, The Corridor, 23401, Mexico
624-144–6262
Known For
  • great lobster roll and ahi tostada
  • sushi with a Mexican twist
  • sashimi with chili pepper sauce
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Ophelia

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For a garden escape along Highway 1, check out Ophelia, opened by Rosendo Ramos. It's a favorite among the Ensenada foodie crowd. Shiitake mushrooms, pork, and ginger glazes make somewhat unexpected but welcome appearances for this seaside town. At the root of all that's good about Ophelia is a blending of European, American, and Asian cuisines and a handful of dependable flavors and ingredients: fresh fish, tomatoes, chilies, and cilantro. Top sellers include the seared bluefin tuna, the fried wontons, and the grilled pork chops with a balsamic glaze. Daily specials usually come with regional vegetables and rosemary potatoes. A good stop on the way home after a long day touring Valle de Guadalupe's wineries, this spot highlights many of the region's wines.

Carretera Tijuana–Ensenada, Km 103, Ensenada, 22800, Mexico
646-175–8365
Known For
  • octopus tacos and shrimp ceviche
  • Zen vibe in garden patio
  • fresh yellowfin tuna
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted, Closed Mon

Pancho's Restaurant & Tequila Bar

$$$ | Centro

Owner Juan Calderoni has an enormous collection of tequilas, and an extensive knowledge of the stuff. His restaurant is something of a tequila museum, with a colorful array of hundreds of the world's top tequilas—many no longer available—displayed behind the bar. Sample one or two of the nearly 300 labels available, and you'll appreciate the rainbow-colored Oaxacan tablecloths, murals, painted chairs, and streamers even more than you did when you first arrived. Hungry, too? Try fresh local seafood and regional specialties like tortilla soup, chiles rellenos, or grilled pork shank in salsa borracha. For larger appetites, the Pancho's combo, which includes steak, quesadilla, chile relleno, and a chicken enchilada, is the way to go. Pancho's offers special and private tequila tastings, which will give you a greater appreciation of this piquant liquor from Jalisco.

Calle Hidalgo, Cabo San Lucas, 23450, Mexico
624-143–2891
Known For
  • nearly 300 types of tequila
  • Oaxacan decor
  • tequila tasting menus
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted

Pitahayas

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Set under a soaring palapa overlooking the rollicking surf, this restaurant above the beach in the Hacienda del Mar Los Cabos blends Asian and Polynesian ingredients with local products for a menu that showcases well-executed Pacific Rim fusion. Seafood-heavy dishes are the specialty. Try the blackened catch of the day accompanied with mango-papaya relish, or the famous coconut shrimp with lilikoi horseradish sauce and chipotle cilantro cream. For an impressive presentation and fresh flavor, the yellowfin tuna comes with cajun spice, guajillo, seaweed salad, and mango relish. Also on offer is one of the largest wine selections in all of Mexico with nearly 3,000 bottles, as well as private dining in the wine cellar for 10 people.

Carretera Transpeninsular, Km. 10, The Corridor, 23410, Mexico
624-145–8010-Ext.24291
Known For
  • Mexican-Asian fusion
  • outstanding wine cellar
  • delicious totoaba fish
Restaurants Details
Rate Includes: Credit cards accepted