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Cabo San Lucas

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Edith's

89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tenets of traditional Baja cuisine—lots of fresh seafood marinated in traditional spices and local produce cooked just right so no flavor is lost—translate to perfectly cooked meat and fish dishes. — goop

Edith's is a dependable choice for excellent, if pricey, meals in a gorgeous setting. — Frommer's

One of the more upscale choices near hectic Médano Beach, Edith's is the sister restaurant to the popular The Office on the Beach. — Fodor's

An upscale Cabo favorite offering friendly service and mesquite-grilled steaks and seafood in a romantic space that’s ideal for special occasions. — Gayot

Edith Jiménez is the woman behind the name and the restaurant. Jiménez started at this restaurant as a waitress, then eventually bought this charming spot with thatched ceilings and... — Travel + Leisure

El Farallon

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If the reservation gods are smiling down on you, snagging a table at El Farallon can mean front row seats to a mind-blowingly spectacular sunset, followed by some of the best stargazing in the world. — goop

El Farallon provides one of the most breathtaking vantage points from which to have a meal in Cabo San Lucas. — Fodor's

You feel as though you're walking into the sea as you follow a waiter to your table on a rock slab above the Pacific. White lights glow on the balcony, and hurricane lamps illuminate wood... — Frommer's

A cliffside location with Pacific Ocean views and fresh mesquite grilled seafood make for a memorable experience at El Farallón. — Gayot

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Nick-San

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Nick-San takes an interesting twist on traditional Japanese sushi by infusing it with Mexican flair, such as habanero peppers or cilantro citrus salsa. — BlackBook

At Nick-San in downtown Cabo, the fusion of Mexican and Japanese cuisine is the result of a partnership between chefs Angel Carbajal and Masayuki Niikura. — Travel + Leisure

Dare we make such a claim: Nick-San may very well be Cabo San Lucas's top restaurant. — Fodor's

Nick-San still serves impeccably fresh, imaginative concoctions with tuna, wahoo, octopus, eel and whatever species arrives fresh daily. — Frommer's

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Flora's Field Kitchen

84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This island of tranquility is located in San Jose del Cabo, about 40 minutes outside of Cabo. — goop

Dining amid 10 acres of organic gardens in an oasis a 10-minute drive from San José del Cabo can (and should) last many hours. — Frommer's

Gloria and Patrick Greene's Flora's Field Kitchen is an alfresco dining experience that exemplifies farm to table. — Fodor's

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Bar Esquina

80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hottest dining and drinking destination for Cabo’s sophisticates draws crowds to its outdoor patio and indoor bar and tables nightly. — Frommer's

Set in Cabo San Lucas's boutique Bahia Hotel, Bar Esquina is making a name for itself as Medano Beach's best new restaurant. — Fodor's

A hot spot for surfers, supermodels, and the generally hip, Bar La Esquina, a Mexican–Mediterranean restaurant inside the Bahia Hotel, is more than just a pretty face. — Concierge

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Los Tres Gallos

80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The name Los Tres Gallos means “the three roosters,” paying homage to three of the most beloved Mexican stars of the silver screen. — Travel + Leisure

Named after three beloved local actors, the leafy courtyard-turned-dining room is one of the more romantic settings in town. — goop

A romantic courtyard shaded by fruit trees, classic rancheras (Mexican folk music), and traditional preparations of regional Mexican specialty dishes are the hallmarks at Los Tres Gallos. — Fodor's

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Mariscos Mazatlan

Seafood 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Local families fill the big dining room at Mariscos Mazatlán for the good prices and great seafood. Sunday afternoons are especially busy (and especially fun). — Lonely Planet

Huge glass cases packed with fresh shrimp, ceviche, and other seafood cocktails abound. — Fodor's

Shrimp comes prepared in a dozen incarnations, including with garlic and grilled Baja-style. The fish stuffed with seafood and a (rich) cheese sauce may be ordered empanizada (breaded and fried). — Gayot

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Sunset Da Mona Lisa

Italian 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Romance is assured as you watch the sun set behind Cabo's landmark rock arch from a table perched on a hillside rock ledge over the sea. — Frommer's

Stunning views of El Arco from cocktail tables along the cliffs make this restaurant just outside of Cabo San Lucas the best place to toast the sunset. — Fodor's

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Mi Cocina

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Chef-owner Loic Tenoux experiments with his ingredients, calling his approach "Euro-Mexican Bistro." He serves catch-of-the-day with ginger lemongrass salsa, grills vegetables and steak. — Fodor's

Flickering candles and twinkling white lights wrapped around 24 towering palms set the mood for enchanting evenings at this classy courtyard restaurant within the boutique hotel Casa Natalia. — Frommer's

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La Dolce San Jose

77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fans of this rustic, brick-walled Italian restaurant gather beneath wooden pillars adorned with dozens of tiny while lights, waiting for tables if they neglected to make reservations.... — Frommer's

This popular Italian restaurant, right in the center of San José on the town's zócalo (square), is known for authentic and affordable Italian fare. — Fodor's

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Tropicana Inn Bar & Grill

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Start the day with coffee and French toast at this enduringly popular restaurant set in central San José hotel of the same name. — Fodor's

The interior's high ceilings, wrought-iron balcony railings, and velvet banquettes give it a New Orleans bordello meets Spanish hacienda feel. — Frommer's

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Gordo Lele's Tacos & Tortas

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Ready for a floor show along with your tacos or tortas? — Fodor's

If you're a fan of delicious, inexpensive street tacos and happen to like the Beatles as well, you'll love this tiny taquería beloved for its owner's quirky character and his delicious... — Frommer's

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Las Guacamayas

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The outdoor-garden setting of Las Guacamayas is a bit kitschy, with trees sprouting up from the floor, and Christmas lights strung from branch to branch. — Fodor's

Tacos with pastor, grilled meat, chorizo, and other ingredients are so inexpensive you can taste several before running out of pesos. — Frommer's

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Pitahayas

77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Try the blackened catch of the day accompanied with mango-papaya relish, or the famous coconut shrimp with lilikoi horseradish sauce and chipotle cilantro cream. — Fodor's

Pitahayas sits gracefully above the beach, overlooking the waves crashing on the rocks below. — Gayot

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Mi Casa

Mexican 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This place has real wow factor. — Lonely Planet

One of Cabo San Lucas' top restaurants is in a cobalt-blue adobe building painted with murals. — Fodor's

Mi Casa has been serving up serious Mexican cuisine with a side of entertainment (mariachis, magicians) for more than 20 years in Cabo San Lucas. — Travel + Leisure

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Pancho's Restaurant & Tequila Bar

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Full of festive atmosphere, mariachi band tunes, good food and aromas from the open grill, Pancho's also offers ‘all you want to know about tequila’. — Lonely Planet

Tequila lovers need to stop by this restaurant for their nightly tequila tasting. With over four hundred brands of tequila to choose from, make sure that you don't go over board. Besides... — BlackBook

Owner John Bragg has an enormous collection of tequilas, and an encyclopedic knowledge of the stuff. — Fodor's

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Los Tamarindos

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The garden restaurant at Los Tamarindos is the epitome of farm-to-table dining in that you can literally see the farm that supplied your meal from your table. Minutes from central San... — goop

A former sugarcane mill dating back to 1888, this quaint restaurant is surrounded by farmland that provides organic fruits and vegetables to many of Cabo’s top eateries. Wildflowers in... — Fodor's

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Baja Brewing Company

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Baja's popular brewery is right in the middle of San José del Cabo. Fun and upbeat, this brewpub has great music and serves up filling pub meals. Burgers, shepherd's pie, soups, salads,... — Fodor's

Located in San José del Cabo’s historic district is the Baja Brewing Company, which kicked off an artisanal craft beer craze here back in 2007. (Two other sister locations have since... — Travel + Leisure

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The Office

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At least once during your visit to Los Cabos, you should visit The Office, the original breakfast spot on Médano Beach's sandy shore. — Fodor's

Dig your toes deep into the Caribbean sand as you enjoy an afternoon meal. — BlackBook

This is casual dining at its best: a beachfront joint with tables right in the sand. The food is decent (think Mexican standards), but it’s the view that will make you never want to... — Travel + Leisure

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Canela Restaurant & Bar

74 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located right on the Cabo San Lucas marina, this charming spot is great for people-watching. — BlackBook

Café Canela offers contemporary Mexican fare, as well as a generous selection of soups, salads, sandwiches and pastas. — Fodor's

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