Fruits of the Sea: The Ten Best Seafood Restaurants in Los Cabos
Restaurants in Cabo San Lucas have become more sophisticated and cosmopolitan in recent years, with a new breed of creative chefs crafting innovative menus that fuse traditional Mexican cuisine with a variety of international accents. But despite the influx of talented chefs and their increased commitment to locally sourced ingredients and organic produce, the single defining aspect of the Los Cabos dining scene remains the reliance of restaurants on the region's incredibly abundant and diverse seafood. Nearly every restaurant in Los Cabos offers seafood dishes, and many devote the majority of their menu space to dishes... Read more »
Local Expert Tip: "Sample the signature Capella margaritas. "
Local Expert Tip: "Try the fresh catch of the day, mesquite grilled in your choice of one of the restaurant's six signature styles."
Local Expert Tip: "Nick-San also has its own apparel line, Wasabi, with shirts and other clothing available at their two local locations, Plaza de la Danza in Cabo San Lucas, and Las Tiendas de Palmilla in the Tourist Corridor."
In addition to being the best lobster house in Los Cabos, Lorenzillo's features a lovely outdoor dining area overlooking the Cabo San Lucas Marina.
Local Expert Tip: "Try one of their flaming coffee cocktails featuring Xtabentun, an excellent Mayan liqueur."
- Cuisine: Seafood
Local Expert Tip: "Hot sauce lovers should ask to sample from the bottle of Da Bomb: Beyond Insanity. It has a Scoville rating of about 200,000 units, and should be tried in very small doses."
This is one of the best restaurants on the Cabo San Lucas Marina, and Juan Manuel Sánchez is one of the area's most creative young chefs.
Local Expert Tip: "The gourmet pizzas are excellent. Try the Pizza Blanche with ricotta, mozzarella, bacon, basil, caramelized onions, and roasted peppers."
- Cuisine: Eclectic, Latin, Mexican, Seafood
- Average Main Course Price: 330
- Neighborhood: San Jose Del Cabo
Local Expert Tip: "7 Seas features coffees from some of Mexico's top producers and regions, including Solo Dios from Chiapas, and Blason Gourmet from Oaxaca."
Local Expert Tip: "Try the surf and turf combination, with fresh lobster and mesquite grilled filet mignon."
Local Expert Tip: "Specialties include the whole crab in garlic or chilpaya chile sauce, and the shrimp newburg with brandy and cream sauce."
Local Expert Tip: "It can get pretty chilly after dark during the winter months. Sweaters or light jackets are recommended. "
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