Legends of The Fall – LCM #45 Winter 2017

Legends of The Fall


As the temps start to cool, the Los Cabos social scene heats up

Los Cabos Magazine never misses a party, and we’re giving you a peek at some of the most exciting events in the Los Cabos area during recent months—from fishing tournaments to folkloric dancing. 

Maria Corona Wows with New Folkloric Show


Known for its authentic Mexican cuisine, Maria Corona, part of the Baja Cantina Group, now presents an exclusive stage show reflecting the traditional dances, music, culture, and costumes of México. Silvia Lozano directs Mexico – Magia y Tradición, and, every Tuesday and Wednesday evening, guests desirous of witnessing the culture of Mexico in a high-spirited performance by professional dancers and musicians can enjoy an authentic Mexican dinner and show in the restaurant’s open courtyard. A six-course tasting menu is served prior to the show. Learn more at www.mariacoronarestaurant.com.


Sheraton Grand Los Cabos, Hacienda del Mar, Holds Fiesta Mexicana


The popular Sheraton Grand Los Cabos, Hacienda del Mar, held an extremely successful Fiesta Mexicana on September 15, the day before Mexican Independence Day. Guests had a great time, enjoying traditional appetizers and entrées as well as a festive fair, complete with gifts and prizes.

Café des Artistes Marks First Anniversary


Chef Thierry Blouet’s acclaimed Café des Artistes marked its one-year anniversary at the JW Marriott Los Cabos at Puerto Los Cabos in San José del Cabo on November 1 with a special menu and live saxophone and piano performances. Blouet has impressive bona fides. Born in Puerto Rico to French parents, he was educated in México and France and taught that “haute cuisine is an integral ingredient of the good life,” according to his bio. Frequent travelers may also know Blouet’s popular Café des Artistes in Puerto Vallarta. To learn more about the restaurant, which fuses Mexican and French influences on menus that change monthly, visit www.marriott.com. And to learn more about the chef, visit his website, www.thierryblouet.com/en.

Romeo &Julieta Turns 30


On November 19, about 120 guests were invited to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Romeo &JulietaRistorante. The red-carpet event featured a six-course dinner prepared by an array of guest chefs. Two colorfully costumed stilt walkers greeted guests, and cocktail tables were topped with gold sequined coverings. A projection screen showed scenes of the restaurant as it looked 30 years ago, as well the changes made through the years, plus photos of longtime staff members. There was also a brief program in English and Spanish. The evening ended with a beautiful display of fireworks. To learn more about the restaurant and its acclaimed executive chef, Matias Forte, visit www.loscabosguide.com/romeoyjulieta or the restaurant’s website, www.restaurantromeoyjulieta.com.