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Cabo Restaurants

Creative cocktails, a wide range of international cuisines and settings ranging from funky beach palapas to elegant candlelit vistas add to Cabos' sense of fun. The area around Hidalgo Street is the unofficial "Restaurant Row," where you'll always find something going on, including happy hours that start at 4 p.m. or earlier (see Cabo San Lucas Nightlife.) Away from the waterfront are a variety of off-the-beaten-track locations, many of which attract locals as well as tourists. Check with your hotel's concierge for suggestions as well as the Visitor's Bureau Los Cabos Guide to Dining.

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  • Cafe Canela

    Marina boardwalk; 624-143-3435; www.loscabosguide.com/menus/cafecanela.htm

    When you're in the mood for espresso or fruit smoothies, this is your place. On the menu: Light meals such as breakfast egg wraps, salads and sandwiches.

    Carnitas Los Michoacanos

    Four locations: (1) In Cabo San Lucas at Leona Vicario, between Carranza & Obregn. Ph: (624) 105-0713. (2) Mex 19, (on the road to Todos Santos across from Soriana), Colonia Infonavit Brisa, Cabo San Lucas, Phone: (624) 146-3565 (3) In San Jose del Cabo, at Km. 6, Carret. Transp, Col. El Zacateal, and (4) at Marinos & Panga, Col. Mauricio Castro, 1/2 Block from Bancrecer.

    Michoacan style tacos de carnitas.

    Felix

    Hidalgo & Zapata, Col Centro, 624-143-4290 www.felixcabosanlucas.com

    You can't help but feel happy the minute you walk into Felix, where the homemade sauces, fresh fish, and large selection of shrimp dishes are easy on your wallet as well as your stomach. Many consider this the best breakfast spot in town not only for its delicious food but for its cheerful atmosphere.

    Gardenia's Tacos

    Paseo Pescadores

    A no-frills eatery known for its awesome tacos.

    Latitude 22+ Roadhouse

    Km. 4.5 Transpeninsular Highway #1, 624-143-1516 www.loscabosguide.com/latitude22cabo/

    A casual, "weathered" looking place packed with fishing and marine memorabilia, 500-odd license plates and a zillion business cards, known for their slow roasted Sam Bassovich's Croation Prime Rib along with Chicken Fried Steak, Roast Beef and Original Croation Pastas.

    Pepe's Taco

    Lazaro Cardenas S/N, Col. Centro, 624-143-4810

    Charcoal broiled tacos, B.B.Q. pork, beef steak, chicken, chopped pork, spicy sausage and vegetarian. Traditional Mexican recipes that have been in the family for generations as well as original Mexican dishes served in this open-air restaurant located right in downtown Cabo San Lucas.

    Taco Loco

    Plaza de los Mariachis, Boulevard Marina. 624-113-3779

    A neighborhood joint with fast service, good prices and enormous burritos. It's a great place to bring the kids; it's also an easy place to stop between nightclubs for late night eating on the go.

    Tacos Marissa

    20 de Noviembre, between Matamoros & Hidalgo (Frente a Secundaria)

    Traditional Mexican Food, a local's favorite, taco bar and dining area with a nice variety of salsas and toppings.

    Taqueria El Ahorcado

    Pescadores and Marinos St., San Jose del Cabo, 624-172-2093

    Tacos the Hangman - Come and enjoy Mexican tacos - "Pibil" pork, marinated pork, pork with mushroom sauce, etc., quesadillas with slices of poblano chili, cactus, mushrooms, spinach, squash blossom and more to choose from.

    Taqueria El Fogon

    Manuel Doblado Ave s/n Col. Centro, San Jose del Cabo, 624-132-8485

    Choose from a variety of tacos and quesadillas and other Mexican specialties, Pastor style tacos (onion, cilantro, special sauce and pineapple); Gringas and Vampiros. Open Daily from 8am to 2am

    Taqueria Los Paisas

    Leona Vicario s/n Cabo San Lucas

    Roast beef tacos, stuffed potatoes, Pastor style tacos and tripe.

    The Shrimp House

    Av. Hildago St./N. Across from La Dolce Restaurant, 624-355-8060

    If you like shrimp, you'll like it here - shrimp is prepared every way imaginable.

  • Crazy Lobster

    Hidalgo Street, 624 143 6535, www.loscabosguide.com/crazylobster.htm

    also at Zaragoza Street around the corner from El Squid Roe; 624-143-1021

    This casual lobster shack, with is massive saltwater tank which in itself is an attraction, specializes in all kinds of lobster dishes including lobster tacos, enchiladas, grilled lobster tails, lobster and steak combos, and giant burritos (even lobster for breakfast!). But nothing beats the all day all-you-can-survive tequila shots literally served any time. This place has "crazy" in its name for a reason.

    Brasil Steakhouse

    Emiliano Zapata, Vicente Guerrero y Miguel Hidalgo, 624 143 8343 www.brasilcabo.com

    Hungry? This all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse will keep you satiated (and happy) with its served-to-your-table buffet of grilled meats served with delicious house made sauces. The traditional Brazilian drink, Caipirinha, is also highly recommended.

    La Dolce

    M. Hidalgo and Zapata, 624-143-4122

    Authentic Italian, brick oven pizzas, fresh pastas, sumptuous calzones and amazing salads are what you'll find at this restaurant, an offspring of Puerto Vallarta's La Dolce Vita.

    Latitude 22+ Roadhouse

    Km. 4.5 Transpeninsular Highway #1, 624-143-1516 www.loscabosguide.com/latitude22cabo/

    A casual, "weathered" looking bar known for their slow roasted Sam Bassovich's Creation Prime Rib and casual ambiance

    Mocambo's

    Av. Leona Vicario, 624-143-6070; www.mariscosmocambo.com

    Large portions, reasonable prices and fresh seafood make this stand-out popular among tourists and locals.

    Mi Casa Restaurant

    Calle Cabo San Lucas at Madera, www.micasarestaurant.com.mx

    A fun bi-level eatery specializing in traditional Mexican food; reservations a must as this place is popular with an atmosphere as vibrant as its decor.

    Sunset Da Mona Lisa Italian Restaurant (formerly Da Giorgio Italian Ristorante)

    Ristorante, Transpeninsular 6 KM, Misiones Del Cabo, 624-145-8160; www.sunsetmonalisa.com

    This cliffside multi-leveled restaurant has "sunset" in its name for a reason. It's one of the best places for a view of the Sea of Cortez thanks to its multiple, multi-level windowed dining area seating. The food is classic Italian.

    The Office

    Playa El Mdano, 624 -143-3464; www.theofficeonthebeach.com

    The kind of "office" you wish you had. Here, you can dig your toes into the sand while indulging in Baja-style shrimp, tortilla soup, lobster tacos or their famous 16 ounce margarita.

    Zipper's Bar and Restaurante

    Km 28.5 Tourist Corridor, San Jose del Cabo, 624-172- 6162; www.loscabosguide.com/zippers/index.html

    A laid back, rustic open air restaurant with amazing views of Costa Azul beach, one of Cabo's most popular surfing spots. The menu is eclectic Mexican American menu complete with giant satellite TVs, though who needs those when you have the sunset?

  • Edith's Restaurante

    Camino a Playa Medano, 624-143-0801; www.edithscabo.com

    One of Cabo's finest restaurants perched in one of the town's greatest locations: On Medano Beach with a view of the world-famous Arch. The restaurant lovingly serves a fusion of steaks, seafood, freshly-caught local fish and hand-made tortillas amidst gorgeous, cheerful surroundings. Reservations suggested. This is a "must" on your Cabo list.

    La Casona

    The Villa La Estancia Resort; www.villagroupresorts.com/resorts/villa-la-estancia-los-cabos/restaurants

    Kobe beef, certified Angus and prime cut along with organic vegetables and an extensive wine list featuring Baja wines highlight the menu at the elegant La Casona Restaurant, situated in Villa La Estancia resort. The restaurant also offers a selection of cigars.

    Lorenzillo's

    Overlooking the Marina at boulevard Lazaro Cardenas, 624-105-0212 or 624-1050214

    Located in the prestigious marina in Cabo San Lucas, Lorenzillo's Los Cabos offers its traditional award winning lobster dishes alongside delicious international cuisine. Designed by owner Salvador Vidal, Lorenzillos uses only the finest available woods to accentuate its elegant nautical decor. Lorenzillo's Los Cabos offers diners a memorable dining event where you can enjoy the brilliant sunsets of Cabo San Lucas while looking over the yachts and sailboats of the marina.

    Mi Cocina

    Blvd Mijares in Casa Natalia Hotel, 624-142-5100; www.casanatalia.com

    Known as one of Los Cabos' finest restaurants with stellar, creative, and consistently flavorful nouvelle Mexican cuisine.

    Nick-San

    Bulevar Marina, Plaza de la Danza, Loc 2, 624-143-7342; www.nicksan.com

    also at The Shoppes At Palmilla local 116, San Jose del Cabo, 624-144-6263

    Innovative, fresh Japanese cuisine and sushi with a second location in the Corridor near San Jose.

    Peacocks

    Paseo del Pescador, next to the Hotel Melia San Lucas entrance; 624-143-1858; www.elpeacocks.com

    Owned by the same folks who own MiCasa, this is romantic dining done right, complete with outdoor courtyard with fountain and whimsical bar as well as an interior dining room with cozy fireplace. The food is a mixture of Mediterranean - Latin cuisine.

    Ruth's Chris Steak House

    Lazardo Cardenas esq. Cabo Bello s/n local 41, Centro Commercial Puerto Paraiso Baja; 624-144-3232

    Whether it's a romantic steak dinner for two, an important business luncheon, or a private party, Ruth's Chris Steak House can accommodate your needs in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant is also handicap accessible.

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