7 Seas Restaurant & Bar - The Cabo Surf boutique hotel on Playa Acapulquito in San José del Cabo is a magical place to stay, and its fabulous 7 Seas Restaurant is one of the best dining experiences in Cabo. Perched over the sand and sea, 7 Seas integrates itself into the landscape. August 2008 - By Patricia Krajeski
Alexander Restaurant - Is a small gem of a restaurant, but very big on pleasing those who love good food, attentive service, and reasonable prices. Couple all that with outstanding views of the harbor and you’ll be returning time and again to try a new dish created by Executive Chef Fabricio Petreli. Chef Fabricio has an extensive and diverse background, having trained in Argentina and worked in respected restaurants in Mexico City and Aguascalientes, Mexico before arriving in Los Cabos. - Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - February 2007 - by Sandra Berry.
Alfredo Di Roma Ristorante - (Formely Da Antonio Ristorante) - After about month and a half of remodeling, Da Antonio reopened on Sept. 22, 2006 under a new nameAlfredo Di Roma, offering the most authentic of Roman fare. With a packed house of well-heeled local loyalists, the celebration centered around the expanded, pasta-loaded menu and the original sleek decor. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - September 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
Arts & Sushi - Cabo has some of the most unique and interesting venues for dining out, and one of my favorites is Arts & Sushi located alongside the marina boat ramp, behind Liverpool, at the Plaza Bonita Mall. Here you can enjoy fresh sushi so fresh it was probably caught off Cabo just hours before. August 2008 - By David Mandich
Baan Thai Restaurant - San Jose del Cabo - Is housed in a low-ceiling, century-old building in the art district. There is a small bar; an inside split dining room with air conditioning, a show kitchen and a secluded tropical-like patio in the back. Award winning Chef Carl Marts is the man behind the success of Baan Thai Restaurant in San Jose del Cabo. Chef Marts can do justice to most types of cuisine.
Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - January 10, 2007 - by Bradley Fraser.
Baja Cantina Beach Restaurant - The one-year new Baja Cantina Beach Grill restaurant, located on Médano Beach offers elegant ambience, a sophisticated menu and, fine dining in harmony with Baja’s beautiful sea, beach, sun and moon. In the daylight, Médano Beach is filled with 20-somethings enjoying Spring Break - year around. August 2008 - By David Mandich
Baja Cantina Dockside and Baja Cantina Beach Grill - With ample parking nearby, the ever-popular marina location is considered by locals and visitors to be the equivalent of “Cheers”, the television series. Reasonable drink prices, especially in the newly expanded bar area, make it a “happening” spot to gather. Appetizers of calamari, nachos, tostadas, and pizza are offered all day at “happy hour” prices, and are popular with the sports bar customers. - March 2007 - by Sandra Berry.
Billygan's Island Restaurant and Beach Club - This two-level restaurant-bar, where the casually (bikini) attired crowd spills out into the toes-in-the-sand terrace, offers a varied menu with something for every taste. Among continental, Mexican, and seafood specialties, you’ll find delicious ceviches, quesadillas, nachos, onion rings or chicken fingers to have as a late-morning snack or to go with your two-for-one margaritas in the late afternoon. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - November 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
Brennan’s Bar & Grill - For something beyond traditional Mexican dining, Brennan’s Bar & Grill restaurant will have you rubbing your eyes and wondering what this wee-bit-o-Ireland is doing in Cabo? Adjacent to the Blarney Castle Inn boutique, Brennan’s is sophisticated and low-key with dining al fresco on large pergola covered stone patios designed to take advantage of the cool evening breezes. August 2008 - By David Mandich
The Brigantine Restaurant - The Brigantine restaurant is an elegant oceanfront dining experience with a window into the Pacific. To be specific, the contemporary fusion Mexican dishes are cooked using international techniques. The result is a delicious new flavor, which is rich in substance and style, only found at The Brigantine. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - May 30, 2007 - by Matthew Dexter.
Cabo Wabo Cantina - Sit in the open-air dinning room, take in the vibe from the humming Plaza de Los Mariachis, and let Chef Dustin Meeker get you started with generous servings of pan seared scallops or thyme-flavored stuffed button mushrooms. October 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
Calima Restaurant - Is mostly an open-air restaurant/bar with palapa and pergola shade areas at pool’s edge. There is a small bar area with a television and a sushi bar with a cluster of high tables. The menu is perfect poolside repast, which is served at the dining tables and to the lounge chairs around the pool. Certain items are marked PF or pool friendly. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - April 30, 2007 - by Bradley Fraser
Capitan Fish Seafood Restaurant - These days, every serious chef is on a hunt for great local ingredients. In Cabo San Lucas the hunt is for the freshest local seafood and Chef Juvencio García of Capitan Fish Seafood Restaurant has mastered the skill. Cooking up some of the freshest seafood in town he claims that “if it were any fresher it would still be swimming". Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - May 1, 2007 - by Anna Urbanik.
The Crazy Lobster and The Sleepless Lobster Restaurants - 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. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - May 2007 - by David Mandich
Double Eagle Restaurant and Bar at the Los Cabos Golf Resort - Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in one of the area´s most expansive outdoor settings. Offering what few Los Cabos restaurants are able to, The Double Eagle Restaurant and Bar successfully manages to serve mouth-watering meals in a setting that is simultaneously awe-inspiring and comfortable.
El Comal de la Buena Comida Mexicana - San Jose del Cabo - Away from the street racket and safeguarded within a blooming, lush backyard in the historic center of San Jose del Cabo, lies a jewel of truly Mexican cuisine, El Comal. This spot takes full advantage of Los Cabos’ year-round alfresco dining opportunities, with its large, candlelit patio, under a canopy of colorful bougainvilleas and scented fruit trees. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - July 27, 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
El Coral Restaurant - A very nice surprise awaits those that would like to experience authentic Mexican food, superb seafood, and delicious steaks. Established in 1975, El Coral was the first restaurant in Cabo San Lucas and is still going strong. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - August 3, 2006 by Sandra Berry.
Fish and Shrimp Restaurant and Bar - Note: December 2008, Fish and Shrimp is now Baja Lobster Co. Seafood Grill. Formerly The Shrimp Bucket. Newly renovated with a revamped menu, this is the place for exceptional seafood, and an ideal place to bring the family. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - April 2007. by Sandra Berry.
French Riviera - San Jose del Cabo - “The art of fine cuisine: that is my passion,” claims, with a note of pride and excitement in his voice French Master Chef Jacques Chretien, owner of French Riviera Restaurant. After following this passion for twenty years through some of the most exclusive culinary establishments in France, Belgium and Mexico, Chretien found the perfect location to settle down. Over six years ago he and his wife Sophie opened their very own restaurant right here in Cabo San Lucas. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - March 20, 2007 - by Anna Urbanik.
Restaurant and Dining Reviews - Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Mexico