The naked truth about topless
beaches in Los Cabos
Nude beaches in Los Cabos are a perpetually popular search topic on our sister site, LosCabosGuide.com, despite the fact, or perhaps because of the fact there really aren’t any…at least not officially.
Chef Enrique Diaz Gerard’s downtown hideaway is worth a visit, if only to glimpse its lovely flower-and-vine-garlanded entrance, and to relax in a romantic bistro atmosphere framed by candles and colorful paintings.
Baja Lobster Co.
It’s only appropriate that Baja Lobster Co. is set near Luxury Avenue in what is known as the Marina Golden Zone since its signature offering, lobster, is the most luxurious of all menu options.
Blue Fish Seafood
Every dish at Blue Fish Seafood is an instagrammer’s delight: The food is simply picture perfect. But, even more than that, the fresh local seafood featured in these dishes are of the highest quality and served in time-honored Baja California Sur style preparations.
The best pizzas in Cabo San Lucas aren’t found in Italian-themed trattorias or pizzerias but instead under a palapa on the marina boardwalk, in a restaurant most notably frequented by fishermen.
Before the jet set, there were seafaring pirates who sampled the world’s finest fare. And, at Jack’s Bar & Grill part of the acclaimed stretch of Cabo San Lucas Marina restaurants chef Rodrigo Moreno incorporates inspiration from France, Italy, the United States, and around México in a menu that’s worth of Captain Jack himself.
The most densely nutritious foods in the world are said to be shellfish and organ meats. But no one goes to the Oyster Bar because they think it’s a health food mecca (although it is).
So beloved is the original downtown location of Pan di Bacco that a second location opened in San José del Cabo last year. Both specialize in handmade pastas, pizzas, and breads that hearken back to Naples, where corporate chef Paolo della Corte trained with many Michelin-starred chefs.
Pizza. Pasta. Sushi. Burgers. Stuffed French toast. Solomon’s Landing is home to one of the most expansive menus we’ve ever seen, and we’re yet to find a dish we dislike.
A wonderful thing happens when you pair refined Italian dining with the wild of México. At the Hilton Los Cabos’ signature Vela restaurant, traditional Italian dishes are given shots of new life when infused with Mexican ingredients and inspiration.