Jazmin's Restaurant - Tucked behind the historic church of colonial San Jose del Cabo, Jazmin’s offers traditional Mexican dishes as well as seafood and vegetarian specialties. Upon entering you will find yourself engulfed by the revolutionary spirit, as you lend your ear to the beat of banda and Mariachi music playing in the background. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - August 17, 2006 - by Anna Urbanik
Justo al Gusto - On the marina in front of the Hotel Tesoro, Justo al Gusto, open since late 2005, is a delightful discovery for anyone looking for fine cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. On arrival I was warmly greeted by owner and Master Chef Markus Jungo Fasel, who expertly oversees all facets of the restaurant. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - February 2006 by Sabrina Lear.
La Bodega Steak and Wine House - Stepping into La Bodega (the warehouse) feels like entering a loft even though it’s located on street level. Showing off modern interior lines of the air-conditioned dining room, it expands out to a cozy outdoor patio shaded with a canopy of an old tree. With the neat line of wooden tables faced by a long bar on the inside and the romantic setting outside, La Bodega is a sleek yet comfortable dinner spot for any occasion. - Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - March 20, 2007 - by Anna Urbanik
La Casa Country - La Casa Country is like a whole other country. It has a style all its own, influenced by cowboys and a frontier spirit. The character of the food is in the way the dishes are served. Take the guacamole, mixed tableside, rich and full of avocado flavor. Or the salsa, also prepared fresh at each table to the diners’ tastes. Salsa has replaced catsup in Mexico; it is used on everything! Restaurant and Dining Review - November 2005 - by Sandra Berry
La Casa del Pozo - is a delicious and intimate restaurant rich in traditions with a wonderful kitchen consistently dishing up authentic Mexican flavor. The relatively small dining area provides a comfortable ambience with colorful, festive decorations that inspire the extensive celebrations of tequila that permeate from Cabaña del Gordo, the adjacent tequila bar. - Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - May 2007 - by Matthew Dexter
La Cascada Restaurant - Alternative Mexican foods are served at La Cascada Restaurant along with a cornucopia of therapeutic juices of fruits and vegetables designed to calm and balance the body. Called Jugoterapia (juice therapy)the combinations of orange, lemon, pineapple, guava, carrot, beet, celery, radish, and others are designed to alleviate various disorders ranging from diabetes and headaches to arthritis and flu. American and Mexican breakfast fare emphasizes the healthy with an abundance of fruit items, natural ingredients, as well as fat-free and low calorie foods. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - December 2006 - by David Mandich.
La Dolce Italian Restaurant in San Jose del Cabo - Is one of those restaurants that just feel good. It is located on the main square near the church in downtown San Jose. The building was, at one time, a house and now over a hundred years later still has some of that character showing through with its wood beamed high ceilings and exposed brick walls. The main bar area has six or seven tables which look out onto the square with the rest of the seating on the back patio. The back patio is great for groups as the tables can be pulled together. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - January 28, 2007 - by Bradley Fraser.
La Fonda Restaurant - With La Fonda, Chef Christopher Chong Boone, of Sea Queen fame, has done it again. You’ll have to venture a bit off the tourist track to find this new colonial-themed gem serving authentic Mexican dishes, but when you do, a wonderful surprise awaits. North of the Cabo San Lucas tourist zone, ten blocks up Morelos, between Obregon and 12 de Octubre, La Fonda has been carefully designed to accommodate couples, families and larger groups. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review by Sabrina Lear - February 2006.
La Golondrina Restaurant & Trading Post - The best way to go to La Golondrina is to go hungry! Heaping platters of delectable fresh seafood, home-style Mexican dishes, pasta, steaks, chicken, stir-fry, plus many combination plates will seize your attention like a thunderclap. La Golondrina Restaurant is located on possibly the oldest property in Cabo San Lucas. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - November 2005 - by Sandra Berry.
La Trattoria Italian Restaurant and Bar - Is a landmark all its own. Passersby can’t help but notice the glassed-in covered patio and are drawn into this charming little sidewalk restaurant sitting in the very center of downtown Cabo San Lucas. Once inside, this quaint bistro with its soaring ceilings and faux-finished walls resembles a winding little street in Italy, giving it an authentic Italian feel. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - March 2007 - by Sandra Berry.
Lan’s Cabo Restaurant - I had a special request in to do this review, and that should give you a hint of things to come! My wife and I and various friends have all eaten at Lan’s before and we have never had a bad meal, or even a bad item from the menu. My first experience was for a friend’s birthday party, she had been raving about the food so we decided to treat her and try it. Restaurant and Dining Review - November 2005 - by George Landrum.
Lorenzillo's is famous for fresh seafood, especially lobster. The restaurant, whose slogan is “The whole sea at your table,” has been pleasing its Cabo San Lucas customers since 2003 with award winning dishes prepared expertly to the delight of seafood lovers and catering to landlubbers with meats and poultry. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - May 2007 - by Sandra Berry.
Los Garcia Restaurante - A new Mexican restaurant and tequila bar on the Cabo San Lucas marina, is another good reason to explore Plaza Puerto Paraiso’s growing reputation for fine dining in upscale surroundings. Overlooking the pedestrian malecon with fine views of the busy marina, diners can savor Garcia’s family recipes al fresco on the spacious terrace, with its dramatic bell-shaped pergola. Restaurant and Dining Review - January 2006 - by Sabrina Lear.
Los Corsarios Steak House & Sports Bar - Hoist yerself down to the Golden Zone on the Cabo San Lucas marina me hearties and swagger into Los Corsarios (the pirates). This steak house and sports bar opened its doors in November 2005 and is better’n bein’ in Davy Jones’ locker, matey! Arrr! Have they got the booty! Restaurant and Dining Review - August 3, 2006 by Sandra Berry.
Mango Deck Restaurante - Bar Beach Club and Watersports - Wiggle your toes in the sand while dining on Medano Beach under a canopy of blue umbrellas just steps from the sparkling bay or on the covered restaurant terrace above. Chaise lounges run all the way to the water’s edge for those who want to drink and while the day away with their feet in the sea. At Mango Deck, Spring Break is celebrated every day making it Cabo’s ultimate fun and non-stop action place to hang out. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - September 2006 - by David Mandich.
Mexico Mystic Restaurant - Cabo San Lucas has no shortage of outstanding restaurants, and with the recent opening of Mexico Mystic the rich get richer. With its double-tiered, open-air large patio, this new spot’s essence lays in prehispanic cooking methods and natural ingredients. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - September 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
MigueLocos Grill and Cantina - A recent addition to the Cabo San Lucas dining and nightlife scene, with an excellent town square location, Miguel Locos Grill and Cantina serves up good mesquite grilled steaks, seafood and Mexican specialties. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - November, 2006 - by Anna Urbanik.
Nick San Cabo San Lucas has another location closer to San Jose del Cabo in The Shoppes At Palmilla but the original, opened almost a decade ago, is in the heart of Cabo. What has changed over the course of those three reviews is that Cabo has been flooded with dozens of quality high-end restaurants, quarterbacked by accomplished chefs from around the world. This influx of new talent that actually want to come here to Cabo, have raised the culinary bar for others to follow. Nick-San could rest on its reputation and still do very well but with co-owner Angel Carbajal Arteaga and his well trained kitchen staff this simply didn’t happen. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - April 30, 2007 - by Bradley Fraser.
Nick San at The Shoppes At Palmilla - Here we are at the newest Nick-San Japanese Restaurant located in The Shoppes At Palmilla. My companion spent a year living in Japan and also took cooking lessons; she is the perfect choice to join me in reviewing this fabulous establishment. Los Cabos Guide - Restaurant and Dining Review - December 28, 2006 - by Sandra Berry.