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Excellent food using traditional Mexican ingredients and homemade sauces. Very good homemade tortilla soup and nachos that will feed four. A full bar with an extensive Margarita list. Steaks, seafood, and ribs are right up there with the best. 10 flat screen TVs. Live music Tuesday & Thursday nights. Upstairs lounge with outside terrace available for dining or just relaxing with a drink. 1st left on Morelos past Squid Roe, 1 block on the left.
Small, cozy, family owned and run restaurant with very authentic Mexican food. Most of the recipes are Grammas. The food is average +, but still worth a try. 2 1/2 blocks up Vicaro from Cardenas, past Mocombos on the left. Across from the Comfort Inn.
Four-star Mexican food at 2-star prices! Friendly, wonderful service, and a warm welcoming ambience. Beautiful atmosphere with inside and outside seating in a garden like setting.
Open: 3:30pm-11:00pm, Mon.-Sat.
Mexican, Italian, Seafood
A very unique restaurant, due to its design as an early Baja Mission. They offer both outside seating under the stars and indoor seating in a traditional rustic Mexican palapa. Excellent Mexican food that is cooked the old traditional way. If you are lucky enough to catch a fish, they do a great job of cooking it. Located on Guerrero (turn right) up 1 block on the left. Next to the Mar de Cortez hotel.
Don't be fooled by the exterior. Mostly seafood; very fresh and reasonably priced. Located across the street from the Sleepless Lobster behind Squid Roe.
Open: Call for Business Hours
Excellent seafood at very reasonable prices. Locals place; don't let the exterior looks fool you. Try it! English is spoken. NOTE Closes early at 7:00 pm. Up Mendoza from Lazaro Cardenas about four blocks on the left.
Very good seafood served in a very simply decorated restaurant at very reasonable prices. 3 Blks up Vicaro St. from Lazaro Cardenas on the left. Limited parking.
Manager of the old Shrimp House on Marina Boulevard now owns it. Same excellent recipes and sauces. Very fresh and very good food. Mostly seafood. Shrimp is their specialty, its peel and eat and served hot or cold. Try their famous "Bulldog" drink (lime juice, lemonade, tequila and Corona beer, served in a schooner glass). Seems to always be busy but worth the wait. Fun atmosphere. Located across from La Dolce on Hildago Street.
Open: 3:30pm-11:00pm, Mon.-Sat.
Seafood, Mexican, Italian
A very unique restaurant due to its design as an early Baja Mission. They offer both outside seating under the stars and indoor seating in a traditional rustic Mexican palapa. The seafood is cooked the old traditional way. If you are lucky enough to catch a fish, they do a great job of cooking it, 6 to 8 different ways. Located on Guerrero (turn right) up 1 block on the left. Next to the Mar de Cortez hotel.
Open: 10:00am-9:30pm, Mon.-Sat.
Tacos, Barbecue, Steakhouse
Road side restaurant with simple local fare. Tacos, Empanadas, Quesadillas, and cold beer. Full salsa and condiment bar. Excellent food and service, a Must try. Located on the service road that parallels the highway heading towards San Jose. A short distance outside of Cabo, right past Cabo Karting. Highlighted on the Food Channel's "Diners, Drive-in's and Dives" and the Travel Channel.
Great little place that serves delicious authentic Baja fish tacos, as well as other taco stand type fare. Located behind McDonalds. REMEMBER they close at 8 P.M.
BEST little hole-in-the-wall in Cabo!!!! Javier is famous for his tacos and tortas. You can’t beat the prices. He might even serenade you with a Beatles song or two while you eat. No beer but you can buy it next door and bring it over. Located on Matamoros on the right side, one block up from Lazaro Cardenas.
Best pork carnitas (soft taco) in Cabo. Served with Charo beans, tortillas, salsas and garnish. Must Try!! 4 1/2 Blks up Vacario from Cardenas past Mocambo’s on the left. Between Obregon and Carrango. CLOSES AT 6 P.M.
Inexpensive but good. Try their tacos and a beer or their nachos and a beer combo. All of their food is inexpensive but very good. Full condiment bar. Located next to RIP’s and behind Cabo Wabo. You can order there and eat at RIP’s or vice versa.
Outstanding Italian food. Very attentive and friendly staff. Everything is made from scratch with old family recipes. Simple pasta dishes to more elaborate Italian fare. Excellent wine list. Small, I would recommend reservations after 7 P.M. Up Hildago 2 1/2 blocks on the right. Across from the small park
Basic Northern Italian fare, but has been consistently good over the years. Full Italian and seafood menu. A staple in Cabo for years. Up Hidalgo Street 2 blocks from Marina Blvd, on the corner.
Open: 11:00am-10:00pm, Daily
Great Italian food. Large portions that will serve two people (you've been warned!) Famous for their lasagna when it’s available. True Italian and some of the dishes are a little spicy. If you aren’t stuffed after dinner try the Tiramisu. Located in the courtyard of the Siesta Suites Hotel on Zapata Street.
Excellent BBQ! Their ribs and chicken are great. Full and varied menu. Open for lunch & dinner. TRY the nachos, they will feed 4. If you have room after dinner, the Bananas Foster is GREAT. 10 flat screen TVs. Live music Tuesday & Thursday nights. Upstairs lounge with outside terrace available for dining or just relaxing with a drink. 1st left on Morelos past Squid Roe, 1 block on the left.
Open: 5:00pm-10:30pm, Mon.-Sat.
Argentinean steak house with excellent food, cooked to order on an open charcoal grill. The steaks are large and the prices small. You won't find better steaks at such an inexpensive price. 1 block north of Mi Casa and town square on Cabo San Lucas St. on the left.
Filet Mignon, Rib Eyes and kebabs cooked on an open grill. Full and varied menu. Live music on Fridays. Inexpensive bar menu. The CHEERS of Cabo. The location on the inner harbor is great for people-watching. On the marina in front of the Wyndham Hotel. Featured on the Food Channel's “Diners, Drive-in's and Dives”
Fine Dining, Mexican, Seafood, International
Excellent gourmet dining while overlooking Cabo Bay and the famous Lands End. Outstanding fish and steak, try the coconut shrimp. Great for that special occasion or romantic dinner. Call for reservations, and have them set-up a candle light table on the BEACH. Make sure it is not a theme night. Have the Mexican coffee after dinner and enjoy the presentation. Part of Club Cascadas. Dinner only.
Mainly very fresh seafood, (by the ounce). Excellent service, tremendous view and great food!! Fine dining on the cliffs overlooking Solmar Beach. Located in the Capella Pedregal Resort. A taxi or car and a RESERVATION A MUST. After you go through a torch lit tunnel, an employee will walk you to the restaurant. A must for fine dining or special occasions. All prices are in English. Highly recommended!!
Outstanding food at very reasonable prices. Their menu showcases the different regions and flavors of Mexico. Great view of the cape. For a hotel restaurant, the quality and the prices will surprise you. When heading away from the marina on the main boulevard, Lazaro Cardenas, turn right at McDonalds onto Calle Gomez Farias, continue until you reach the very end of the road. Use the South Gate entrance which is on the left to enter. In the Hacienda Beach Club.
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Breakfast, Mexican, Seafood
Very inexpensive complete breakfasts, as low as $3.00. Worth a try! 2x1 on drinks all day. Same menu as its sister restaurant Sleepless Lobster. Located up Hidalgo Street on the left-hand side.
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Breakfast, Mexican, Seafood
Complete inexpensive breakfasts as low as $3.00 for regular' omelet’s and $5.00 shrimp omelet’s. Simple menu. 2x1 drinks start at 8 AM. Nothing like 2 Bloody Mary’s with breakfast. Same menu as its sister restaurant Crazy Lobster.
Breakfast, Mexican, Sandwiches, Steak
Full breakfast menu including waffles, pancakes, and their specialty, omelet’s. All served with pan sautéed potatoes and fresh fruit. Also a full selection of Mexican specialties. All of their breakfasts are excellent. The marina view is free. In front of the Wyndham Hotel on the inner harbor.
Beach Bar, Mexican, Seafood, Mediterranean
The beach bars are all next to each other except Tabasco’s. It just depends which one you like best. On Medano beach, the main swimming area of Cabo. Sandy, normally small waves and great people watching. All the regular beach toys for rent. Good food, buckets of beer and 2x1 drinks all day. Far left by water taxi, right of Billygan’s by land.
Beach Bar, Mexican, Seafood
The beach bars are all next to each other except Tabasco’s. It just depends which one you like best. On Medano beach, the main swimming area of Cabo. Sandy, normally small waves and great people watching. All the regular beach toys for rent. Average food, buckets of beer and 2x1 drinks all day. Some of the contest are PG-13. In front of Cabo Villas Hotel.
The beach bars are all next to each other except Tabasco’s. It just depends which one you like best. On Medano beach the main swimming area of Cabo. Sandy, normally small waves and great people watching. All the regular beach toys for rent. Average food, buckets of beer and 2x1 drinks all day. Next to Billygan’s.
They have the best of the beach food. It’s much quieter than the others, due to its location. Happy hour all day. All beach toys are available for rent. If you want a QUIET day on the beach, this is the one. In front of Club Cascades. Better to take a taxi or a water taxi.
This includes all the beach bars closer to the inner harbor. (All are walking distance from down town). Billygan’s Island, Mango Deck, Baja Cantina Beach, are all excellent beach bars. They all have 2X1 drinks and buckets of beer all day. This is where the partying starts and ends each day, all day. Beach umbrellas are available at each bar. Some of the contests may be a little mature for young children. If you don't like walking, take a water taxi from the inner harbor.
Open: 7:00am-11:00pm, Daily
People Watching, Mexican, Seafood, Mediterranean
There is a triple wide sidewalk (promenade) that runs the entire inner harbor. A great place to chill out, have a cold one and just people watch. Down from Solomon’s, a little closer to town. Any of the bars along the inner harbor will do if you find one you like better.
People Watching, Mexican, Sandwiches, Steak
There is a triple wide sidewalk (promenade) that runs the entire inner harbor. Great place to have drinks and watch people walk by. Watch the passengers from the cruise ships start to experience Cabo. Solomon’s is known as the Cheers of Cabo. On the marinas west end, in the back of the Wyndham Hotel.
Open for lunch & dinner. Air conditioned. Large bar area with elevated tables. 10 flat screen TVs. Live music Tuesday & Thursday nights. Upstairs lounge with outside terrace available for dining or just relaxing with a drink. 1st left on Morelos past Squid Roe, 1 block on the left.
FUN PLACE to hang out!! $1.00 shots of Tequila, $2.00 Pacifico and Corona. Free WIFI and calls to over 60 countries. Pool tables and 14 regulation beer pong tables. Great staff. Go and you’ll stay.
A great meeting place, try their Rainbow Shots. Next to Taco Loco, 1/2 block from Giggling Marlin. Back entrance to Cabo Wabo.
Giggling Marlin, Cabo Wabo, Squid Roe. Tourist bars, but a LOT of people love them. Squid Roe is for the younger group, the others a little older crowd. Go just to say you've been there. You may become a groupie!!!