Update, May 13, 2013:
Time for some Los Cabos rumor control. We know there's been confusion around one of our favorite spots—Baja Peppers—and we wanted to assure that it is still open. There is breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as a brand-new menu items and pizza in addition to the old favorites. There's also a new dining atmosphere in the adjacent dining room. New to their menu are entrees serving two persons and family syle plates of vegetables. And, of course, you can save big on your check by first picking up some Los Cabos Magazine prepaid vouchers.
The doors are open as we enthusiastically introduce our new and already highly popular Baja Peppers Restaurant and Bar with new paint, new experienced managers and owners of the concession, a new beautiful kitchen and new menus. During December 2010, after considerable investment of time, money and hard labor, Baja Peppers became an instant popular local and international name on the restaurant circuit for Cabo San Lucas. await at Baja Peppers in downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Baja Peppers is making Cabo affordable, dining-wise. Besides all of our lucious gourmet treats, our Mexican cuisine is the best of the best. Chips, Salsa, Huevos Mexicanos, Camarones con ajo, and on and on. Breakfasts start at about $3.00 USD. Folks are coming from all over town and other hotels to enjoy fine dining, local and international cuisine, snacks and drinks. Why? Great food, great value!
Pork Shank – country style
In a sauce of tomato, garlic, red peppers, onion & carrots, over rice.
All American Breakfast with Eggs, Bacon, Potatoes, Fruit & Toast
You can enjoy breakfast in the dining room, the patio or the bar. In addition, pool-side service and a new pool-side menu await you. And, fine wine is one of their specialties...or just the local stuff. It's up to you! Private parties can be arranged, they cook your catch of the day and Happy Hour is from 4pm to 6pm each and every day.
Open daily 7:00 am - 10:00 pm for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Drinks
Visa and Mastercard accepted.
Restaurateur John Venditti’s most recent venture specializes in American, Mexican, and Italian food. The spot, which is located in downtown Cabo’s historic Hotel Mar de Cortez, is attractive, modern, and a penny pincher’s delight. Baja Peppers was an immediate success when it debuted last December, thanks in no small part to the restaurant’s $3 U.S. breakfast, which comes with three eggs, bacon, old-country potatoes, fruit, and toast. The rest of the impressive menu is packed with delicious deals. The eggs Benedict, always a good measure of a restaurant’s quality, are divine—and so is the $5.75 U.S. price tag. Come lunch and dinner, menu highlights include traditional-style tortilla soup, Cuban-style penne pasta, ravioli, and the superb filet mignon (for only about $16 U.S.). Make sure to ask your server for the restaurant’s list of featured items, which changes daily. Are you looking for an affordable spot to take in your favorite game? Baja Peppers has a separate sports bar section; you can also drink and enjoy a happy hour menu at either of its two bars. Hotel Mar de Cortez, Lázaro Cárdenas and Vicente Guerrero, Cabo San Lucas, (624) 105-0339, www.mardecortez.com. Daily 7 a.m.–10 p.m. MasterCard and Visa accepted. A.A.