The Crazy Lobster and The Sleepless Lobster Restaurants
Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review

May, 2007 - by David Mandich.
For folks who want fresh seafood (especially lobster), and steak without paying for pomp and frill, try one of these fun places. The seafood is fresh, the Angus New York steaks some of the best around, and the cooks know their stuff. My lobster was succulent and generous in size, my steak cooked and seasoned just as I wanted. An order of chips and guacamole came with both mild (Gringo-style) chunky salsa and a spicy red salsa. The house margarita is potent – so cuidado Gringo (take it easy).

For a lot of visitors, Mexico is the land of bargain priced beer, tequila and lobster. No one will be disappointed here. One can still get a fat lobster tail here for ten bucks. That’s cheaper than I could catch one for. Tequila, beer, beans and rice are just several pesos more. A classic chicken fajitas dish with bell pepper and onion was tender, tantalizing and only eight bucks.

Jose Cuervo shots are seven pesos and happy hour with 2X1 domestic drinks runs from 10a.m – 6 p.m. You can’t go wrong there. Enjoy a self-indulgent Cabo dining experience here––buckets of clams, lobster, scallops, ribs, chicken, steak, lobster tacos, Mexican combos and more. Steamed, stir-fried or grilled to perfection. At the Sleepless Lobster, a pool table lurks in a side room and its rumored that karaoke has been known to occur here.

The house dessert is classic Flan. This delight arrives decorated with whipped cream and a cherry on top. A note on the menu reminds you to “Ask your waiter about dessert – as they won’t tell you….”
The Crazy Lobster Bar & Grill - Cabo San Lucas

The Crazy Lobster Bar & Grill - Los Cabos

At the Crazy Lobster located on Hidalgo restaurant row, a more benign dining experience can be enjoyed under the palapa roof. Mariachis from off the street resplendent in haute ranchero outfits (sequined pants, bolero jackets and sombreros) will play your favorite Mexican ballads. Your presence completes the ambience.

Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Visa and Master Card accepted. Seating for 70. Dinner entrees 7–18 U.S.

The Crazy Lobster is located on Hidalgo Street (1/2 Block up from Tesoro hotel on the marina) in downtown Cabo. Tel. 143-6535.

The Sleepless Lobster is located On Zaragoza Street (Behind El Squid Roe). Tel. 143-1021.––David Mandich


The Crazy Lobster and The Sleepless Lobster

The Crazy Lobster is located on Hidalgo Street
(1/2 Block up from Tesoro hotel on the marina) in downtown Cabo.
Tel. 143-6535

The Sleepless Lobster is located On Zaragoza Street
(Behind El Squid Roe).
Tel. 143-1021

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