The relaxed atmosphere at Land’s End extends to dining hours, and noontime visitors to local restaurants are as likely to see breakfast being served as lunch. Los Cabos suffers no shortage of midday meal specialists, however. Filling afternoon fare may be found in abundance throughout the cape cites and connecting corridor, with most of the area’s better restaurants open for lunch as well as dinner.
Cabo San Lucas Marina based establishments like Dos Mares and Solomon’s Landing offer the best combination of congenial crowds, seaside views and quality cuisine, while the best values are most commonly found at eateries a few blocks off the beaten downtown path.
Only a few places in Cabo San Lucas still offer the “comida corrida” a fixed price (typically three-course) afternoon meal once popular with workers. But Campestre Restaurant and Bar carries on the value-oriented tradition, offering soup, an entrée and an agua fresca (a fruity, non-alcoholic beverage) for the wallet-friendly price of 85 pesos (about $5.50 U.S.).
The charming Mediterranean style bistro Alcaravea Gourmet offers even better multi-course specials, with fine dining style daily deals that include soup or salad, entrée with pasta or veggies, plus dessert and a drink, all for $10. And for a few dollars more, you can upgrade your lemonade or iced tea to a fine wine.