Explore Cabo San Lucas
Latitude 22+ Roadhouse
Cuisine: American, Latin, Mexican
Price Range: $
The walls of Latitude 22+ are a Los Cabos history lesson, filled with old photos enormous catches and fishing contests, prominent local personages, and even life preservers from notable area vessels.... Read More
The walls of Latitude 22+ are a Los Cabos history lesson, filled with old photos enormous catches and fishing contests, prominent local personages, and even life preservers from notable area vessels. The place comes by its nautical aspect honestly - owner Mike Grzanich first came to Cabo San Lucas on a tuna boat in 1959 - but also serves as a treasure trove for license plates and other souvenirs left by visitors over the years. The bar is one-of-a-kind, with gorgeous Land's End views available from your barstool, and old-fashioned booths in the back offer privacy for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The go-to breakfast is a "John Wayne" special with eggs, sausage and ranchero sauce, plus sides of rice and potatoes. Other rib-sticking pleasures range from white sausage gravy slathered Croatian Eggs Benedick to chicken fried steak, rib-eye steak and pot roast. Piano player Peter Bacon is a big draw during the high season.
Carretera Transpeninsular Km 4.5
Cabo San Lucas, 23450
- Breakfast: "Start your day in paradise with the John Wayne special, or chicken fried steak."
- Best for Breakfast Because: Latitude 22+ is one of the best breakfast spots in the Tourist Corridor, pairing hearty American style breakfasts with Land's End views.