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Los Cabos Tomatoes Ladies Social  Networking Organization

Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico.

A ladies social / networking organization, Los Cabos Tomatoes meets twice a month, every other Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m., in a member’s home or commercial establishment. When held in a restaurant, the establishment furnishes what they want to promote as their specialty food item.

For information on Los Cabos Tomatoes membership and meetings dates,
contact by E-mail:

Tomatoes African Safari

Tomatoes African Safari

Members buy beverages at discounted prices. When a member volunteers her home for a meeting, members bring appetizers and beverages. Volunteers coordinate meeting venues and endeavor to alternate between private homes and restaurants. Members and guests are invited via an electronic invitation requiring an R.S.V.P.

The organization was formed in 1991 when a new resident asked her real estate agent to invite a few friends to her new house to become acquainted with others in the community. Such a good time was had that they decided to get together again in two weeks and for each to bring a new guest.

The name, “Tomatoes”, stuck and is well recognized as “THE” social club in the area. Webster’s defines “tomatoes” as slang for “an attractive lady.” There are over 600 members who claim that title who belong to this elite group with the funny name. The largest attendance at any one meeting was 180, the average being around 80, dropping to about 50 during the summer.

Following a social period, a short business meeting is conducted by a volunteer moderator at which time guests are introduced, and announcements are made of items of interest to the group as a whole. Notes are taken by a volunteer and later distributed to all members via the group’s web-site.

There are no formal dues, no officers, only volunteers, and no special projects, just a good way to make friends, have good old-fashioned conversation, and learn what is going on in the area. Somehow it works!

Tomatoes African Safari

Tomatoes African Safari

The “Los Cabos Tomatoes Follies” is an annual costume party held in February or March. Each year the social committee selects a different theme. Here are the themes of past events:

2004 – Country Western
2005 – 1920’s Flapper Party
2006 – Las Vegas Casino
2007 – Academy Awards Gala
2008 – New York Broadway Show
2009 – Viva La France
2010 – Cirque du Soleil
2011 – Chinese New Year
2012 – Arabian Nights
2013 – Carnival in Venice
2014 – African Safari

The 11th Annual Los Cabos Tomatoes Follies, a special costume event, was held on Thursday, March 27, 2014 at Villa Serena Restaurant in Cabo San Lucas with the theme of “African Safari.” 130 members and guests of the ladies social and networking organization attended. Special entertainment was performed by the artistic group, Rouge Music & Visual Art who were dressed in traditional African attire with a show of fire dancing and live music with drums and percussion instruments. Music was presented by DJ Alex Alanis. Most decorations for the event were hand-crafted by the social committee consisting of decorated African warrior shields, spears and masks. An African-themed full-course buffet dinner was prepared by the chefs from both Villa Serena and Puerta Vieja restaurants of whole roasted pig and goat as the entree. A different theme is selected each year and participants are asked to wear costumes. Winners are chosen for different categories.

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The 23rd Anniversary of Los Cabos Tomatoes was celebrated on April 24, 2014 at Hacienda el Coyote Restaurant in Cabo San Lucas with 100 members and guests in attendance in the beautiful palapa-roofed dining room. Members and guests gathered in a variety of festive outfits and the traditional hats for this annual event. The restaurant serves traditional Mexican cuisine and seafood using original recipes from different states using only the finest and freshest ingredients. The El Coyote Tequila Bar features over 200 award winning tequilas and mescals. The restaurant is open from 4 p.m. – midnight. Valet parking available. Sunday morning breakfast starts at 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Sunday regular service starts at 2:00 p.m. Cinthya Gutierrez signed up as a new member.

Kathy Pyfer moderated the meeting. She introduced the staff of Hacienda el Coyote: Sergio Jimenez, chef; Aline Avila, manager; Jocelyn Porras, director and Raquel Almada Ibarra (in absentia), public relations. The restaurant awarded a Sunday breakfast chosen by drawing and Sabrina Lear was the winner! The Souvenir Program outlined a brief history of Los Cabos Tomatoes and as in years past, a remembrance of those who have passed away during the last year. They were: Mary Ann Graynor, Judy Lagunas and Joan Ragbourn. A special presentation was voluntary testimonials stating why members treasure their membership in the Tomatoes. Sandy Zwick, Kathy Daniels, Kathy Pyfer and Julie Anderson expressed their appreciation of our group. The program that every attendee received also included testimonials that had been submitted prior to the meeting.

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Announcements are made at each meeting by members that are of interest to the membership at large.
For information, contact

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