Here is a selection of 10 restaurants for a great dinner in Los Cabos. Cabo San Lucas and San José del Cabo each showcase an increasingly diverse sampling of world cuisines, with great food available at a variety of price points.
Café des Artistes Los Cabos – San Jose del Cabo
Designed by renowned Thierry Blouet, Cafe des Artistes Los Cabos showcases Mexican fine cuisine with French influences featuring refined and one-of-a-kind dishes in an elegant Mexican-style setting overlooking the Sea of Cortez.
Sunset Monalisa – Cabo Corridor
With its spectacular views and unique environment, Sunset Monalisa is designed to tantalize the senses and engage your emotions, thereby making your time with us a cherished and valuable memory. With the passion and creativity of Chef Casiano Reyes, we will exceed your dining expectations and make us your favorite spot in Baja.
El Farallón – Cabo San Lucas
Tucked into the cliffs of The Resort at Pedregal, El Farallon is the best restaurant in Cabo San Lucas. Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, listen to the waves crash below while making your selection from the ocean-to-table menu featuring the daily bounty from local fishermen. Executive Chef Gustavo Pinet offers only the best selection of the local catch on shaved ice. Our culinary experts will guide your selection with an old-fashioned scale that weighs each choice and assist with side dish pairings.
Corazón de Alcachofa – Cabo San Lucas
From the quality and freshness of every ingredient to the art we impress in each and every preparation, Corazón de Alcachofa (Artichoke’s Heart) goes to extreme lengths to delight you with both local and imported products which are served immediately after they come into our hands.
Edith’s – Cabo San Lucas
Located in the heart of Baja’s most secluded paradise, Edith’s sits just steps away from Medano Beach, in Los Cabos, Mexico. Edith’s Restaurante is a restaurant committed to the cuisine of the Baja peninsula.
Toro Latin Kitchen & Bar – Cabo Corridor
The name Toro, meaning “bull” in Spanish and “tuna belly” in Japanese, sets the stage for specialties seasoned with Pan Latin flair. Overlooking the beautiful surroundings of Punta Ballena, the restaurant serves ceviche bar, small plates for sharing, grilled entrees and an impressive selection of signature cocktails and Latin wines. A common location for winter whale sightings, the restaurant’s patio boasts an artfully designed whale fountain for guests to enjoy while taking in the ocean views.
The Toro concept comes from acclaimed chef and restaurateur Richard Sandoval, recognized as the “Father of modern Mexican cuisine,” who has an international collection of 40 Latin American-inspired restaurants worldwide. At Toro, he masterfully blends Pan Latin cuisine with South American, Japanese and Chinese influences.
Agua by Larbi – San Jose del Cabo
Commanding one of the resort’s most iconic seaside locations, this open and airy space is beautifully designed with an earth-to-sea theme, perfect for both indoor and al fresco dining on all-day menus of authentic Mexican specialties. Inspired by his extensive travels throughout Mexico, Moroccan-born Chef Larbi Dahrouch presents a spectacular, seasonally driven menu, with some items changing daily depending on the fresh catch and produce of the day. Interactive dining is showcased here, including fresh, hand-made tortillas, authentic moles and signature guacamole and ceviche made tableside.
Nick San – Cabo San Lucas & San Jose del Cabo
There are two Nick-san locations. The first is in the center of Cabo San Lucas and features a modern environment that reflects the type of people who visit. Nick-san is the perfect meeting point for big celebrations or just to have a good time.
The location within The Shoppes at Palmilla has a more casual but elegant atmosphere with a perfectly accented Champagne Lounge Bar where you can enjoy music, including jazz, from October to June.
Exceeding customer expectations has been the mission of Nick-san since its inception. The restaurant has become a favorite in Los Cabos by maintaining a team focus on excellence.
Manta – Cabo Corridor
Inspired by the views from one of the area’s most desirable and secluded playas, chef Enrique Olvera conceived Manta with an intriguing double meaning: The manta ray symbolizes the kitchen’s focus on seafood, while manta, the Spanish word for blanket, conveys the chef’s emphasis on comfort.
Olvera celebrates Pacific coasts traditions—taking inspiration from his native Mexico, as well as Peru, Japan and beyond—while maintaining a distinct and tastefully casual Baja sensibility with a commitment to sourcing local ingredients from Baja California Sur.
Acre – San Jose del Cabo
Tucked in the foothills of San Jose del Cabo is Acre, a lush sanctuary set on 25 acres of abundant greenery. Featuring elegant treehouses, organic farms, private event spaces, and an award-winning bar and restaurant, connection and celebration are at the heart of what we do.