Get an inside look at cabo’s best reataurants
El Meson, specializing in seafood from a perch overlooking a reflection pool and the Sea of Cortez, presents one of five dining opitons at the Hilton Los Cabos (pictured above). Chief among the others is Fenicia, a swank ristorante and mozzarella bar.
Beyond Tacos and Ceviche
With so many restaurants competing for so many visitors, it’s nearly impossible to find a subpar meal anywhere in Los Cabos—and most of those meals feature fish that was swimming that day. Spectacular resort restaurants such as One&Only Palmilla’s Agua (pictured below) and Market up the ante: the former serves up its uniquely “Mexiterrean” fare; the latter, elegant Euro-Asian cuisine with Mexican inspirations from renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
Icons by the Sea
Owned by chef Edith Jimenez, Médano Beach stalwarts Edith’s and The Office on the Beach come with views of El Arco, fabulous service and atmosphere, and specialties like Aztec Soup, Tampiqueña Steak and Todos Santos Fresh Whole Lobster.
Solomon’s Landing, a festive bar and grille right on the Cabo San Lucas Marina, features inspired takes of sushi, steaks, seafood and cocktails. Owner Brian Solomon also charters fishing trips aboard the boat that brought him here 16 years ago.
Baja Cantina, with locations on the Marina and Cabo Villas Resort & Spa, boasts a sports bar vibe with luxury box flavor—especially the fish and crustaceans, which come in a range of sauces and styles, including pibil, culichi and mojo de ajo.
Pitahaya’s Restaurant at the Sheraton Hacienda del Mar pairs Chef Volker Romeiker’s Pacific Rim fusion cuisine with an equally unforgettable atmophere, resulting in 13 straight five-star awards from the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences.
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