My Cabo – LCM #45 Winter 2017

My Cabo – Los Cabos Magazine writer Chris Sands reflects on the people and places that inspired him to turn his Cabo vacation into a permanent move.
Confession: I’m one of those people who came to Cabo on vacation and never left. Now it’s not the sort of impulsive decision I’d recommend to others, particularly if you have kids and a mortgage.

Baja Cantina Marina – LCM 45 Winter 2017

Known for its consistent flavorful food and affable atmosphere, Baja Cantina Marina is not resting on its laurels. Patrons returning to this Cheers like gathering place on the Cabo San Lucas waterfront will be pleased to see the addition of a sushi bar. Housed in the former bar area, it’s complete with all the accoutrements associated with that fabulous Asian fare. The addition is in response to the popularity of sushi on the menu.

Cabo Wabo – LCM 45 Winter 2017

The emergence of Cabo San Lucas as a world-class travel destination is closely tied to the opening of Cabo Wabo—Sammy Hagar’s iconic nightclub and restaurant—in 1990. Back then, as the Cabo Wabo website points out, “Cabo San Lucas was pretty small for such an elaborate nightclub. Later, when this town at the tip of Baja California grew into the prominent vacation destination that it is today, it seemed as if [Hagar] had looked into a crystal ball.

Eco Bar – LCM 45 Winter 2017

The Eco Cat catamaran is a Cabo San Lucas mainstay, and its owners’ Eco Bar on the Cabo San Lucas Marina is quickly becoming a favorite of tourists and locals, too. The palapa-style restaurant and sports bar has seven flat-screen televisions for viewing NFL, NBA, NHL, boxing, and college games, and its hearty menu has plenty of options to keep you nourished through a day and night of sports viewing. Budget-friendly entrées include beef, chicken, and shrimp quesadillas; vegetarian burritos; hot wings; fish and chips; ceviche; and a kid’s menu featuring hot dogs and fries, chicken fingers, and spaghetti with meatballs.

Invita Bistro – LCM 45 Winter 2017

With Invita Bistro, Italian-born chef Antonello Lauri lovingly invites guests to enjoy the sights and flavors of his homeland. The charming restaurant, which is located just across from the town square in Cabo San Lucas, features not only impressive scenes of the square’s gazebo but also views of the colorfully painted villas that cling to a Pedregal hillside and an enormous wine-themed painting from local artist Yandi Monardo.

La Casa de Don Juan – LCM 45 Winter 2017

Due to popular demand, La Casa de Don Juan—a breakfast favorite since it opened in 2014—has expanded its menu and hours. And while you can’t come to Cabo without stopping in for breakfast—try the eggs with steak or mole or omelets—you’ll also want to try out such traditional Mexican dishes as menudo (tripe with white or red sauce with cilantro, onion, oregano, and lime) and chicharrones (fried pork skin) served in a red sauce.

La Dolce – LCM 45 Winter 2017

One reason for La Dolce’s popularity is its simplicity. There’s nothing complicated about the menu; it’s strictly Northern Italian fare in a trattoria-style ambience. Co-owner Stefano Miotto brings to Los Cabos his heritage of the northern region of Italy, which is known for using less tomato and instead using wine or broth for liquid and for relying heavier on butter instead of olive oil. Seafood and fish are big here; think mussels in wine sauce.

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